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We are joined by self confessed trail junkie Kelly O'Mara on this episode of The Kona Edge today and Kelly reveals what she has done to prevent herself from blowing up on the Ironman run, &lt;a href="http://iono.fm/e/393956"&gt;Content hosted by...read more
We head down under on this edition of The Kona Edge to catch up with Ben Boyd who raced in his maiden Ironman World Championships this year. Ben is living proof why you should never miss a roll down ceremony if you have any ambition of qualifying for the Ironman Kona....read more
On The Kona Edge today we chat to Rob Mohr about moving from being a runner who owns a bicycle and swims occasionally to an all-round triathlete. Rob reveals THE biggest tweak to his training that made all the difference. Content hosted by iono.fm Subscribe to The...read more
We catch up with Tina Eakin who's Ironman swim has improved drastically since she took up the sport of triathlon. On The Kona Edge today we find out what has brought those improvements about. Content hosted by iono.fm Subscribe to The Kona Edge: Swim faster without...read more
We catch up with Barry Oelofsen on this episode of The Kona Edge to chat about his Ironman nutrition strategy. Barry reveals how he uses Ensure as a part of his Ironman race day nutrition strategy.read more
On this edition of The Kona Edge we chat to Colin Cook and discover what he does towards the backend of his Ironman bike that sets him up for success on his Ironman run.read more
Brad Brown is a 40 something age grouper that dreams of one day qualifying for and racing on the big island (He may have to outlive everyone in his age group though).
Morbidly obese in 2009, Brad clocked in at 165kgs (363lbs) at his heaviest. He’s subsequently lost a third of his body weight on the way to a half Ironman pb of 5:06 and a full Ironman pb of 12:21.