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.
We chat to Riana Robertson about her journey from small town South Africa to racing on the biggest stage in Ironman triathlon. This is her story.
James Burke developed his competitive nature as a child coming from a big family. Today he shares his Ironman secrets with us as well as life lessons he has learned from Ironman. He reveals how he keeps the balance between training, family life and career.
Why not me? That’s the question Desi Dickinson asked herself after she traded her love of ball sports for the Ironman lifestyle. She shares her journey into triathlon on this edition of The Kona Edge.
Meghan Fillnow transitioned to the sport of triathlon after playing competitive tennis for many years. Meghan and Brad chat extensively about what it takes mentally to be a competitive Ironman Age Grouper.
Damien Coad lives and trains in Cairns. It is hot. It is humid. He shares with us how he was inspired from volunteering in an Ironman event, to racing it.
Maarten Seghers shares how investing in a coach improved his Ironman overall time by 1-hour. He gives valuable tips on training smart and being consistent to improve your Ironman performance.
We talk about longevity in the sport of Ironman with Arlene Ayoub today. Arlene is a wife, mom and grandmother and today she shares her Ironman story.
We chat to Ironman age grouper Jen Koester about her journey into the sport of Ironman triathlon. This is her Ironman story.
After a serious rugby injury put paid to a potential career in the sport, Tim Rea turned to triathlon and found his home. This is his journey to the Ironman World Championships in Kona and beyond.
Ben Rudson joins us today from freezing Canada to shares his Ironman journey. Ben reveals why it’s important to respect the Ironman distance and also how to deal with failure.
9 Time Ironman Kona qualifier, Lisbeth Kenyon, joins us on The Kona Edge today. Lisbeth shares her 25 years Ironman experience with us and her ultimate Ironman goal; being strong and healthy enough to still race Ironman at the age of 70.