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Dave Scott

by on May.03, 2009, under Ironman, Road to Kona, triathlon

cmrDave Scott is the six-time Ford Ironman World Champion and, at the age of 55, hopes to give it one more shot in Kona come October.
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Dave Scott

by on May.06, 2007, under Archive, Ironman, triathlon

cmrSix time Ironman champion Dave Scott takes some time to look back at his first ever Ironman win, way back in 1980 on Oahu. Why the look back in time? Because Dave will be joining us in Oahu on August 9th and 10th for a Dave Scott Clinic and as well as for the fifth anniversary of Ironman Revisited on Sunday August 12th. The weekend benefits the Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF). The event is limited to about 25 participants, we go back to the original Ironman course, bring our own support crews, hang out for as many hours as we’d like (no cut off times), relay with our buddies and enjoy the amazing camaraderie that comes out of a very small and intimate event. Check out www.challengedathletes.org for all the Ironman Revisited info.
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Dave Scott Part 2

by on Feb.01, 2006, under Archive, Ironman, Road to Kona, triathlon

cmrDave Scott will always be known as Mr. October and ‘The Man.’ When it came time to head to Kona, it didn’t matter what Dave Scott had done during the season. He would up the ante when it came Ironman time. In this interview from 2001, Dave talks about trying to get ready to the do the Ironman one more time at the age of 47.
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Dave Scott Part 1

by on Apr.01, 2001, under Archive, Ironman, Road to Kona, triathlon

cmrDave Scott won his first Ironman title way back in 1980 and, 14 years later, took second to Greg Welch when he was 40 years old. In early 2006 Dave took time out to talk about the trends he has seen in training over the years, the changes he has seen in Kona as well as the attributes of one of the athletes he was coaching, Simon Lessing.
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