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We head back to France to catch up with Rodolphe von Berg who reveals his secret to swimming better. Or does he?read more
As much as dialling your Ironman nutrition in is important, for Meghan Fillnow keeping things in balance is the key to creating a sustainable Ironman nutrition strategy.read more
Desi Dickinson joins us and shares some of the things she has done to improve her Ironman run over time including building a solid base and pushing harder on the hard sessions.read more
Pressed for time? Concerned about your safety riding outdoors? James Burke shares the secret weapons he’s used to improve his Ironman bike: A Wahoo kickr and Zwift subscription.read more
We are joined on The Kona Edge by Riana Robertson and chat about her Ironman Swim. Riana shares how her Ironman Swim improved after she joined a swim squad and hired a coach. She also reveals why swimming is not all about being fast in the water.read more
Today on The Kona Edge we catch up with a very interesting athlete and Rodolphe von Berg joins us from France to chat about his Ironman story.
Rodolphe von Berg first raced the Ironman World Championships on Kona in the 1980’s and plans to continue going back for at least the next 20 years. With a Ironman career spanning over four decades, Rodolphe provides an incredible snapshot into the sport we all love so much.read more
Brad Brown is a 30 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.