We bumped into Glenn Cook at an event with Hunter Kemper and Glenn was a super chatty Cathy. But it all changed when the spotlight of an interview was on him.
Brent McMahon did his first Ironman in Arizona and made it a memorable one with a sub-8 hour time and fine win. He chatted with us about a variety of topics.
Dan Benjamin raced Ironman Arizona and made two volunteers happy with a kind gesture, and despite an encounter with an elbow he considers his day to have been epic.
Flora Duffy reflects on the road she traveled to get from 3rd in 2013 to 1st in 2014 at the XTERRA World Championship in Maui – and how off road triathlon can coexist with and improve her ITU career
We noticed Aussie Isaac Tonello when he checked his bike in for the GoPro Ironman World Championships and followed up with him now to learn more about this man.
Aussie Levi Maxwell won the M25-29 category in Kona with a 8:52:14 time but it was not an easy path to the Big Island for this talented young athlete.
Following a report that an officer in California might be misinterpreting the state's new 3-foot law, we interviewed the dean of bicycle attorneys, former Olympic cyclist Bob Mionske.
Are laws designed to protect cyclists being used against them by officers who don't like cyclists? This might have happened last week, and we interviewed the California Highway Patrol.
With Ironman Maryland not featuring a Pro category the race was wide open and when it was all said and done Matt Bach was the new Ironman champion.
We bumped into age grouper Jim Hall at the Kona airport where he and his wife gave up their plane seats on an overbooked flight. Here is our chat with him.
Timothy O'Donnell was one of the favorites for Kona but as much as his heart and mind wanted, his body did not comply. He had a few words with us about that day.
The final Cupcakes in Kona episode almost got lost in translation but was saved for us to enjoy and Michelle Vesterby was a delight after her Kona race.
Every year upon returning from the GoPro Ironman World Championships in Kona we grab a random age grouper on the flight and this time it was Jason McFaul.
German age grouper Robin Schneider has won two Ironman 70.3 World Championship titles already and is now looking forward to step up to the Pro category.
With her win at the Ironman World Championship, Mirinda Carfrae now has three Kona titles, the course and run records, and the record for the biggest deficit overcome in the sport’s biggest race.
Jan Frodeno had a very good first full year of long course triathlon – 3rd at IM Frankfurt, 2nd at IM 70.3 Worlds and 3rd at Kona. Lessons learned make him dangerous for 2015.
Ben Hoffman had a breakthrough runner-up finish at Kona, 5:05 behind Sebastian Kienle and 1:09 ahead of Jan Frodeno. It’s been a long steady climb since he turned pro in 2007.
Three top men contenders offer final thoughts about their imminent appointment with destiny and their limits on the Queen K.
Kiwi Callum Millward goes one-on-one with Aussie Luke McKenzie about stroller runs, the 2014 season, budgie smugglers, excuses and more.
Callum Millward came up with an epic finish idea for Linsey Corbin involving a chase and a cowgirl. But there is much more in this Cupcakes in Kona episode.
Aussie Dylan Hill was the 3rd fastest age grouper overall at the Ironman 70.3 Worlds in Mont Tremblant and we had a few words with this speedy man.
Mirinda Carfrae has finished 2nd, 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 1st in her first five tries at Kona – and broke Chrissie Wellington’s course record and the women's marathon record last year.
At Ironman 70.3 Mont Tremblant Kyle Hummel won the M30-34 age group with a 4:08:00 effort but it has not been a smooth path for this San Diego resident.
We had a few words with Ray Maker of the dcrainmaker fame about the new Apple smartwatch, power meter technology and the newest trends in power meters.
Our Timothy Carlson did his best James Lipton impression as he interviewed Tim Don this summer about life in general, being a Don and much more.