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Scott Tinley: his body sidelined, his brain in the game

: When Scott Tinley was 30, metal was hip. Twenty years later, his hip is metal. We strategized that hip surgery, anesthesia, and the morphine drip would slow him down enough for a conversation.

Asphalt Green Triathlon Club

: If you want to swim in NYC, people often direct you to Asphalt Green on Manhattan's Upper East Side, with a 50 meter indoor and 25 yard outdoor pool on its 5.5 acre sport and fitness campus. The ...

Scott Molina, The Terminator

: Scott Molina won the Ironman World Championships in Hawaii in 1988 and earned over 100 professional victories around the world. He is also called "The Terminator" and "Skid" and he now resides in ...

The Columbia Multisport Club

: For our triathlon club feature we looked closer at the Columbia Multisport Club in Mid-Missouri. They earned the USA Triathlon National Club title in 2003, 2004, 2006 and 2007 and their president ...

Slowtwitch interviews Simon Whitfield

: Simon Whitfield won 3 World Cup ITU races in 2007, is ranked second in the World and is currently getting ready for his 3rd trip to the Olympics. He is also a very proud dad and gave Slowtwitch a few ...

Winning Norseman: Emily Finanger

: Emily Finanger turned Pro and got married in 2006 and spent part of her honeymoon racing and winning the 2007 Norseman Xtreme triathlon in Eidfjord, Norway. Meet this Boulder, CO transplant.

Charlotte Paul, you are an Ironman Champion

: Until a few weeks ago, Charlotte Paul had raced 13 Ironman events and has finished as high as second place. Now she has won the 2007 Ironman Western Australia and she talked to Slowtwitch.

Get to know Amanda Lovato

: Amanda Lovato shares some of her thoughts about racing and training with us and reflects on a season she calls the worst year of racing in her Ironman career. Find out more about this pro triathlete / ...

Mac Brown is getting ready for the big time

: Mac Brown was the top age grouper in St. Croix and Ironman Coeur D'Alene and closed out the 2007 season as the 4th OA age grouper at Ironman Hawaii. He is turning Pro in 2008 and talked with ...

Tim DeBoom unplugged

: Tim DeBoom won the Ironman World Championships in 2001 and 2002 and after a few tough years he came back to finish in the top 5 in 2007. He sat down to chat with Slowtwitch.

LA Tri Club

: With global domination in mind, the LA Tri club has grown quite nicely over the last few years. We talked to their president Paul Hekimian.

Meet Bree Wee

: 27 year Bree Wee from Kailua-Kona Hawaii was the top age grouper and 13th overall female at the 2007 Ford Ironman World Champions in Hawaii. Slowtwitch had a chance to find out more about this Hawaii ...

Andy Meyer is Kona 2008 bound

: For our series "Profile of an age grouper", we talk to Andy Meyer from Cohutta, GA. Andy won his age group at Ironman Florida 2007 after mostly racing road bikes for the last 2 years.

Jonas Colting and the Soul of Ultraman Hawaii

: Here is the second part of the conversation with Ultraman Hawaii winner Jonas Colting. He tells us what the race was like and how he prepared for this grueling event. Part 2 of 2.

Linsey Corbin checks in

: Montana resident Linsey Corbin won the 2007 Ironman 70.3 Baja in her first pro season. Ironman Hawaii though did not go as planned, she checks in with Slowtwitch.

Jonas Colting and the Soul of Ultraman Hawaii

: This year's Ultraman Hawaii winner Jonas Colting, tells what the race was like, how he prepared and shares some of the thoughts that went through his head. Part 1 of 2.

A conversation with Michael Lovato

: Michael Lovato had a great 2007 season with 3rd places at IMAZ and IMCDA and a top 10 finish at the Ironman Worlds in Kona. We had a chance to talk with this Boulder, Colorado transplant.

Luke Bell checks in with Slowtwitch

: Aussie Luke Bell is an amazingly talented triathlete who has been the runner up at several Ironman races and finished as high as 5th place at the Ironman World Championships in Kona. We had a few ...

St. Pete Mad Dogs

: The St. Pete Mad Dogs are one of larger and better known triathlon clubs in the country. Their president Tim Hudson talked to us about the club with the distinctive bark.

Cornwall Multisport Club

: The Eastern Ontario based Cornwall Multisport is fairly new, but grew fairly quick because of a few unique initiatives and programs. We spoke with their president Rob Allen.

Team Toledo

: Courting triathletes from college football rival states Michigan and Ohio, Team Toledo currently has more than 300 members. We had a chance to chat with their president Khalil Raffoul.

New Mexico Outlaws

: The New Mexico Outlaws are a triathlon racing team with a great attitude and some fun nicknames. We talked to their president Brian "Baboo" Pilgrim.

220 pounds of Estonian power

: Big Estonian Ain-Alar Juhanson is known as a fast and powerful cyclist, but he has shown at Ironman Lanzarote and the shortened Ironman New Zealand that he can run too. We recently interviewed him.

Craig Alexander talks to Slowtwitch

: Australian Craig Alexander had an amazing 2007 season and is now finally able to relax with his wife Neri and daughter Lucy. Craig and Neri were kind enough though to give Slowtwitch a few minutes.

A chat with Alex Mroszczyk- McDonald

: Alex Mroszczyk-McDonald was the top amateur at the 2007 Ford Ironman Word Championships in Kona and we wanted to know a bit more about this athlete and med student from Vermont.

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