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49. Jonathan Schwartz: From Brain Surgery to Ironman

Push past your challenges and don’t let anything stop you. That’s exactly what our guest this week Jonathan Schwartz did when faced with multiple brain surgeries. Jonathan shares his experiences in the triathlon world, despite having to recover both physically and mentally.  In this episode we hear about: – Jonathan’s incredible persistence through two brain …

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47. Hannah Conway: The Hardest Race In The World

Heal your relationship with food, your body, and yourself.  That’s the mantra behind this week’s guest, Coach Hannah Conway, who joins Caroline to explore our inner worlds and limitations.  Hannah shares expert advice for keeping composure in triathlon’s greatest difficulties – tough races, defeat, and failure.  In this episode we hear about: One of the …

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43. Bill Christy: How the CEO of CLASH is Evolving Triathlons

Bill Christy, CEO of CLASH, a triathlete at heart, graciously Zoomed in from his Daytona International Speedway Office with his favorite morning beverage in hand, to share his Why in Triathlon. We are just a few days out from CLASH Family’s inaugural event: CLAS Miami. This historic triathlon festival is set to take place in …

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40. Coach Leah Jantzen: One More Minute with a Peak Performance Coach

All month long, Why We Tri is rebroadcasting our fan-favorite episodes from the last year. This week, Caroline is joined by Long Island’s Elite endurance athlete and Mental Performance Coach Leah Jantzen. In this episode, we hear about: How Leah balances her role as mom of 4 with triathlon training  How pushing for just “one …

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