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I met Leon Chevalier when sat next to him on the flight back from Kona, Hawaii, after he had finished 7th in the Ironman World Championships (in a year where he had also completed his Masters in Chemical Engineering). Leon has been racing long distance triathlons across the world since 2021, and has already won Ironman Mallorca and Embrunman, came 3rd at Ironman UK and rose from 420th to 22nd in the PTO World Rankings. He is most definitely one to watch among the rising stars of the long course, so Claire and I wanted to chat to him about the incredible start to his professional career, what Chemical Engineering can teach us in triathlon, the unexpected pressures of turning pro and how he can use the sport to create positive change in the world.www.leonchevalier.comLeon on Instagram: @l.chevalierClaire Fudge4thdiscipline.comInstagram: @the4thdisciplineThis episode was sponsored by 33Fuel.com - click here for discount on your purchase.
Sabrina Pace-Humphreys is an award-winning businesswoman, an ultra-runner, a social justice activist, a mother of four and grandmother of three. She is co-founder and trustee of the fast-growing community and campaigning charity, Black Trail Runners, and is also a well-known ultra-marathon runner. Sabrina took up running in 2009 as a tool to manage her post-natal depression and, nine years later, completed the Marathon des Sables - a 250km multi-stage ultra-marathon across the Sahara Desert. She has run many ultras since, including perhaps Britain's most brutal, The Spine Race - a 268 mile race along the length of The Pennine Way.  She is also now the author of  the book, Black Sheep: a story of Rural Racism, Identity & hope. Claire and I wanted to chat to her about her running 'why', running for mental health, experiencing 'rural racism' and The Spine vs Marathon Des Sables! sabrinapacehumphreys.comInstagram: @sabrunsmilesblacktrailrunners.runInstagram: @blacktrailrunnersClaire Fudge4thdiscipline.comInstagram: @the4thdisciplineThis episode was sponsored by 33Fuel.com - click here for discount on your purchase.
Mark Allen is the arguably the most successful triathlete of all time having won the IRONMAN World Championships® 6 times, the Nice International Triathlon 10 times, and the first recognized Olympic Distance Triathlon Championship. He went undefeated in 21 races for an astounding two-year winning streak from late 1988 thru 1990. He has been inducted into the Halls of Fame for IRONMAN, USA Triathlon, and the International Triathlon Union. In 2012 Mark was voted “The Greatest Endurance Athlete of All Time” by ESPN.Post retirement Mark has devoted his career to coaching athletes of all levels and to sharing the lessons he learned about preparation, perseverance, and living up to their full potential.Claire and I wanted to chat to the legend that is Mark Allen about his infamous performances in Kona, which of course include the race known as the 'Ironwar', about quietening the mind, how Shamanism helped him reach his potential and finally about how he is using artificial intelligence to coach athletes.1989thestory.commarkallensports.comtridot.com/mark-allen-editionMark on Social Media:Facebook: @markallencoachingInstagram: @markallengripLinkedIn: @markallen08Twitter: @markallengripClaire Fudge4thdiscipline.comInstagram: @the4thdisciplineThis episode was sponsored by 33Fuel.com - click here for discount on your purchase.
Sam Bewley is a racing cyclist from New Zealand who, until recently, rode for UCI World Team BikeExchange–Jayco. Bewley also competed for UCI ProTeam Team RadioShack with Lance Armstrong and twice won an Olympic bronze medal on the track. He has raced in nine Grand Tours, including five starts at the Vuelta a España, three starts at the Giro d'Italia and the Tour de France in its 2020 edition.  Sam is a podcast host and also known as ‘the stand-up cyclist’ for bringing humour to the peloton, so I wanted to chat to him about his transition from mountain to track to road cycling, the highs and lows of his grand tours, cycling with Lance Armstrong and the importance of culture in the team.Profile on Green Edge CyclingSam on Social Media:Twitter: @sam_bewleyInstagram: @sambewleyClaire Fudge4thdiscipline.comInstagram: @the4thdisciplineThis episode was sponsored by 33Fuel.com - click here for discount on your purchase.
Ryan Stramrood is one of South Africa's top extreme adventurers and ice swimmers. He quietly travels to the planet's most inhospitable waterscapes where he seeks out extreme cold water swimming experiences. He swam the first official “Ice Mile” in -1°C water in Antarctica, completed a swim in the Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon in Iceland and is the only person to have swam west to east across the shark infested waters of False Bay; all of which is just the tip of the proverbial iceberg of his swimming achievements. Ryan is also a TED speaker and author of the book 'Push Past Impossible', so Claire and I wanted to chat to him about setting goals that allow him to push past the impossible, conditioning the body for the extreme cold and how to avoid becoming an excuse magnet. ryanstramrood.comCheck out Ryan's book, Push Past Impossible hereRyan on Social Media:Twitter: @strammieFacebook: @strammieInstagram: @ryan_stramroodClaire Fudge4thdiscipline.comInstagram: @the4thdisciplineThis episode was sponsored by 33Fuel.com - click here for discount on your purchase.
Sharron Davies MBE is an English former competitive swimmer who has represented Great Britain in the Olympics and European championships and England in the Commonwealth Games.  Sharron has attended 12 consecutive Olympic Games, competing in three and then working in the media for the BBC Sport, and she has earned a silver Olympic medal, 2 gold and 2 bronze medals at Commonwealth Games and 2 bronze medals at the European Championships. In addition to working for BBC Sport, she was also a Gladiator and a breakfast TV presenter, but in recent years has received most coverage for being outspoken in the discussion around transgender athletes in sport. Claire and I want to chat to her about fairness in sport in relation to drugs and gender, the science behind the transgender discussion and the abuse she received for speaking out about what she believes in.www.sharrondavies.comSharron on Social MediaTwitter: @sharrondaviesukFacebook: @sharrondaviesukInstagram: @sharrondaviesukClaire Fudge4thdiscipline.comInstagram: @the4thdiscipline This episode was sponsored by 33Fuel.com - click here for discount on your purchase.
Season 3 Finale

Season 3 Finale

2022-07-1552:16

Charlie and Claire end season 3 of the TRIBEathlon Podcast by recapping their favourite moments of the season with excerpts of their interviews with guests Wanda Summers, Keri-anne Payne, Dr Nicky Keay, Charlie Spedding, Mimi Anderson, Jodie Stimpson, Elisabet Barnes and Morgan Pearson TRIBEathlon Podcast will return for Season 4 in September!If you enjoyed the TRIBEathlon Podcast, please share, subscribe and rate it on your chosen podcast platform. TRIBEathlon Website: tribeathlon.comTRIBEathlon Instagram: @tribeathlon_appTRIBEathlon Facebook: @tribeathlonClaire Fudge4thdiscipline.comInstagram: @the4thdisciplineThis episode was sponsored by 33Fuel.com - click here for discount on your purchase.
Jodie Stimpson did her first triathlon at age 8, and went on to a massively successful career on the short course, winning 2 commonwealth gold medals and was a 4 x World Triathlon Series winner. She has now moved up to the 70.3 middle distance triathlon, and has already notched up wins and iconic races.Claire and I got to chat to Jodie about the challenge of moving up to the longer distances, the iconic races she is targeting given her more flexible race selection and missing out on the Olympics, something she worked so hard for and came so close to.www.jodiestimpson.co.ukJodie on Social Media:Twitter:@jodiestimpson Facebook: @GB.Triathlete.JodieStimpson Instagram: @jodiestimpson Claire Fudge4thdiscipline.comInstagram: @the4thdiscipline This episode was sponsored by 33Fuel.com - click here for discount on your purchase.
Having won races like Marathon Des Sables, the Oman Desert Marathon and the Big Red Run in Australia and setting multiple course records, Elisabet Barnes was an accomplished ultra-runner by anyone's standards; but why, having grown up in Scandinavia, has she achieved her success in the desert?Elisabet retired from ultra-running during the pandemic and is an ultra-coach, but she has added a new (and very different) string to her bow by qualifying as a sexologist and is aiming to help people transform their relationships and upgrade their sex lives!Claire and I wanted to get to the bottom of the secrets to succeeding at desert races, how to make a living from running, and how endurance sport affects our relationships.Elisabet's Coaching/Running Website and Social Media:Website: ultra.coachInstagram: @ultra.coachFacebook: @UltraCoachEliElisabet's Relationship Website and Social Media:Website: elisabetbarnes.comInstagram: @elisabetbarnesFacebook: @ElisabetBarnesTherapy  Claire Fudge4thdiscipline.comInstagram: @the4thdisciplineThis episode was sponsored by 33Fuel.com - click here for discount on your purchase.
Jan Sibbersen broke the Kona swim record in 2018, recording an incredible 46.29 at age 43, many years after being first out of the water at his first race there. With German national swim team experience, he embraced triathlon initially in the off season, but it soon became his passion. After multiple Kona appearances, he went on to manage a young promising Ironman athlete by the name of Patrick Lange! He also decided to step away from the corporate investment banking world at set up his own wetsuit brand, Sailfish, which now sponsors many top athletes from around the world. Claire and I wanted to chat to Jan about 'the energy of leading the race', how to choose the right wetsuit and how triathletes can improve their swim race times.  www.sailfish.comSailfish Social Media:Instagram: @sailfish_triathlonFacebook: @sailfish4thdiscipline.comInstagram: @the4thdisciplineThis episode was sponsored by 33Fuel.com - click here for discount on your purchase.
Dr Nicky Keay is a leading expert in endocrinology, having gained extensive clinical and research experience in hormones and their impact on the human body. She has focused much of her research on both athletes and dancers and has done a lot of research on how what we eat affects our hormone balance, and how this not only impacts our performance in sport, but also our long-term health.  So, Claire and I got the chance to chat to Dr Nicky about the impact of hormonal balance on our sport, how we can test and improve it to maximise our results, and also the hidden side effects of under fuelling in our training.nickykeayfitness.comwww.forthedge.co.ukNicky's Socials:Instagram: @nickykfitness  Facebook: @nickykeayfitness LinkedIn: @nickykeay Twitter: @nickyKfitness 4thdiscipline.comInstagram: @the4thdisciplineThis episode was sponsored by 33Fuel.com - click here for discount on your purchase.
Mimi Anderson is one of the world’s most inspirational female distance runners, having made an incredible journey from stay-at-home mother of three to multiple Guinness World Record Holder. Mimi has taken part in extreme races around the world, running across deserts, mountains, enduring the freezing temperatures of the Arctic, the heat and humidity of the Peruvian jungle and the extreme heat of Death Valley in America - setting course records, World Records and, on occasion, beating the men! Mimi has shown that it’s never too late to fulfil your dreams and achieve the impossible, so I wanted to chat to her about bringing the family into the endurance challenges, grieving the loss of ultra-running and fuelling her adventures in light of her previous eating disorder.marvellousmimi.comTwitter: @MarvellousMimiInstagram: @marvellousmimi4thdiscipline.comInstagram: @the4thdisciplineThis episode was sponsored by 33Fuel.com - click here for discount on your purchase.
Wanda Summers has an incredible story that demonstrates the power of the mind; she got into running by signing up to Marathon Des Sables (MDS), billed as one of the toughest races on earth…certainly not an easy start, but life was about to get much harder.  Soon after MDS she was paralysed in a paragliding accident back in Cornwall and was told that without surgery she had 0% chance of walking again. But Wanda ignored the advice, defied the odds, and is now not only walking, but back to running ultra-marathons! Claire and I got the chance to chat to Wanda about mental strength both through racing and recovery, going from couch to MDS, the iconic races she has done since, and the secrets to running longer and faster.wandasummers.co.ukWanda on Instagram: @wsummersWanda on Facebook: @PTWandaSummers4thdiscipline.comInstagram: @the4thdiscipline This episode was sponsored by 33Fuel.com - click here for discount on your purchase.
Keri-anne Payne is a South African-born British swimmer, specialising in marathon open-water swimming, and long-distance freestyle swimming in the pool. She is a two-time 10-kilometre open water world champion, and an Olympic silver medallist. Since retiring from competition, she has been involved in several businesses in the world of swimming, most recently training open water swimming coaches at a phenomenal rate given the sports explosion in popularity. I wanted to chat to Keri-anne about open water race tactics, making wild swimming safer, the pros and cons of sea life encounters and her recent support of Tom Daly's monster triathlon. LinksKeri-anne on Instagram: @kerianne_payneKeri-anne on Twitter: @keriannepaynestraightlineswimming.comwildopenwater.com
Morgan Pearson is an American professional triathlete who is really going places - after having a disappointing individual race, he went on to win a silver medal in the mixed relay event at the Tokyo Olympics. He comes from a swimming and running background, so he has had to work hard to master the cycling element of triathlon, but has achieved a lot in a short time, including his recent lightning-quick half marathon times. He is certainly an athlete to watch in the coming years.Claire and I wanted to chat to him about how he has improved his cycling so quickly, how he dealt with the loss of his brother in the lead up to the Olympics, his DNF at Challenge Daytona and the highs and lows of an event which saw him walk away with a silver medal.Morgan on Instagram: @morgan_cadwell_pearsonMorgan on Twitter: @_morgan_pearson4thdiscipline.comInstagram: @the4thdiscipline 
Former elite cyclist and mentor to gold medal winning Olympians and Tour cyclists, Ricci Pascoe founded the Saint Piran professional cycling team 6 years ago. St Piran being the patron saint of Cornwall, their roots and heart is very much themed around Cornwall, but they now have a Continental team that allows them to compete with the big boys in races like The Tour of Britain. I wanted to chat to Ricci about the origins of Saint Piran, why the Cornish roots are so important to this now national team, how they help cyclists from grass roots to pros and how he funds a team that doesn't want a single deep pocketed sponsor.saintpiranprocycling.combikechainricci.co.ukbikechainbissoe.co.uk4thdiscipline.comInstagram: @the4thdiscipline This episode was sponsored by Precision HydrationTake the free Online Sweat Test to get some personalised hydration advice to test in training.Use the Quick Carb Calculator to understand how much carbohydrate you need per hour to perform at your best.Listen to our podcast episode on hydration strategy and the common mistakes athletes make on race day.Book a free 1-2-1 Hydration and Fuelling Strategy video consultation to discuss your strategy for your next event.Enter the code TRIBEATHLON15 at the precisionhydration.com checkout to get 15% off your first order of electrolytes and fuel.
Rudy Von Berg is a professional triathlete rising rapidly to prominence. Currently ranked 10th in the world, he has won several 70.3 triathlon races, but now wants to follow his father’s footsteps into the long course of Ironman racing. Coming to the sport at an early age was triggered by his trip to Hawaii in 1998 where his father, one of the pioneers of triathlon in Belgium, went on to win his 40-44 age group in the Kona Ironman.  In this interview, Claire and I wanted to learn from Rudy about the benefits of coming to the sport at such a young age, moving up to the long course, using gravel racing to improve his performance and his approach to fuelling his races.Rudy von Berg on Instagram: @rudyvonberg enertor.comUse code TRIBEATHLON15 for 15% off4thdiscipline.comInstagram: @the4thdiscipline This episode was sponsored by Precision HydrationTake the free Online Sweat Test to get some personalised hydration advice to test in training.Use the Quick Carb Calculator to understand how much carbohydrate you need per hour to perform at your best.Listen to our podcast episode on hydration strategy and the common mistakes athletes make on race day.Book a free 1-2-1 Hydration and Fuelling Strategy video consultation to discuss your strategy for your next event.Enter the code TRIBEATHLON15 at the precisionhydration.com checkout to get 15% off your first order of electrolytes and fuel.
The Arc50

The Arc50

2022-02-1101:42:58

The Arc50 is a 50-mile Ultra Marathon around the brutal Cornish Coastline that happens in tandem with the even more brutal 100-mile Arc of Attrition.My co-host Claire Fudge of 4th Discipline and I ran the Arc50 last month with 2 former guests of the podcast and very experienced ultra runners, Kerry Sutton of Perpetual Motion Coaching and Warren Pole of 33Fuel, as our crew.This episode was an opportunity to reflect on an amazing race and experience from all of our perspectives - there are also some brief interviews with Ferg, the organiser of the event who is also an accomplished ultra runner, and the legendary fell runner Nicky Spinks, who was the first lady to complete the 100-mile Arc of Attrition.If you like the idea of ultra running, or are just intrigued, there is loads to learn from this episode.33fuel.comDiscount code ARC33Instagram: @33fuelperpetualmotioncoaching.comInstagram: @perpetualmotioncoaching4thdiscipline.comInstagram: @the4thdiscipline mudcrew.co.ukFacebook: @EverythingMudCrewRead Charlie's blog on the Arc50 here:https://www.charliereading.com/arc50/ This episode was sponsored by Precision HydrationTake the free Online Sweat Test to get some personalised hydration advice to test in training.Use the Quick Carb Calculator to understand how much carbohydrate you need per hour to perform at your best.Listen to our podcast episode on hydration strategy and the common mistakes athletes make on race day.Book a free 1-2-1 Hydration and Fuelling Strategy video consultation to discuss your strategy for your next event.Enter the code TRIBEATHLON15 at the precisionhydration.com checkout to get 15% off your first order of electrolytes and fuel.
After success on the track, Charlie Spedding switched to marathons in 1984, winning both the London Marathon and a bronze medal in the LA Olympics - which was the first British Olympic marathon medal for 20 years, and the last won by Team GB, so the performance certainly did not get the recognition it deserved. He tells the story of his running success in his brilliant book 'From Last to First', so I wanted to explore his approach to sports psychology, drinking beer and avoiding injuries later in your career. I also wanted to chat to him about his new book 'Stop Feeding Us Lies' and the myths of a healthy diet. twitter: @speddingcharlie facebook: @charlie.spedding.9 Substackstopfeedinguslies.com This episode was sponsored by Precision HydrationTake the free Online Sweat Test to get some personalised hydration advice to test in training.Use the Quick Carb Calculator to understand how much carbohydrate you need per hour to perform at your best.Listen to our podcast episode on hydration strategy and the common mistakes athletes make on race day.Book a free 1-2-1 Hydration and Fuelling Strategy video consultation to discuss your strategy for your next event.Enter the code TRIBEATHLON15 at the precisionhydration.com checkout to get 15% off your first order of electrolytes and fuel.
Victoria Thornley competed in rowing at the 2012, 2016 and 2020 Olympics, winning a silver medal for GB with Katherine Grainger in the women's double sculls in Rio while she narrowly missed out on a medal in Tokyo in 2021, finishing fourth in the single sculls. She also won bronze and silver at the World Championships and gold, silver and bronze medals at the European Championships during her illustrious career. Now retired she is embracing ultra-running - not the obvious choice for a woman standing at 6ft 3. I wanted to chat to her about the highs and lows of the Olympics, how she learnt to calm her nerves on the start line, how she dealt with over-training syndrome and about the Sporting Giants campaign that took her from showjumper to Olympic rower. www.victoriathornley.comTwitter: @VickyThornleyGBInstagram: @vickythornleygbThis episode was sponsored by Precision HydrationTake the free Online Sweat Test to get some personalised hydration advice to test in training.Use the Quick Carb Calculator to understand how much carbohydrate you need per hour to perform at your best.Listen to our podcast episode on hydration strategy and the common mistakes athletes make on race day.Book a free 1-2-1 Hydration and Fuelling Strategy video consultation to discuss your strategy for your next event.Enter the code TRIBEATHLON15 at the precisionhydration.com checkout to get 15% off your first order of electrolytes and fuel.
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