Tri Talking Sport, the podium podcast for Athletes, Adventurers and Endurance Enthusiasts presented by Joanne Murphy.
Shauna Bocquet and Pauline Murray: A Life of Opportunity Through Sport
In this episode, I’m mixing things up slightly and am delighted to feature two Galway Girls who epitomise the fact that you are never too young or too old to embrace a life of adventure and opportunity through sport. Shauna Bocquet and Pauline Murray will have you lacing up your runners and getting out the door for an adventure by the time you have finished listening to the show.
Rachel Nolan: Embracing A Life of Adventure
Rachel Nolan is the first ever female to win the TransAtlantic Way Ultra Bike Race outright, a 2,200 km self supported race from Derry to Kinsale in Co Cork. She has amassed an incredible amount of success in adventure racing and endurance events in recent years and is one of Ireland's leading adventure athletes.
Mirinda Carfrae: Three Time IRONMAN World Champion
Mirinda Carfrae is one of the best and most notable triathletes in the world. Rinny as she is known, completed her first IRONMAN race in Kona, Hawaii at the World Championships in 2009, where she finished in second place. In 2010 she was crowned the World Champion for the first time and since then she has been crowned the IRONMAN World Champion twice more in both 2013 and 2014.
Katrina Matthews: Professional Triathlete, Rising Star
Katrina Matthews, British Army Physiotherapist and BMC-Vifit athlete has blazed a trail in triathlon since taking up the sport just a few years ago. As an amateur, she excelled quickly with numerous titles and wins under her belt. She joined the professional ranks of triathlon in 2019 a little earlier than even she expected after a superb performance at Challenge Gran Canaria finishing as 1st Amateur and 2nd overall on the day.
Ronan McLaughlin: Irish Cyclist on the Top of the World
Ronan McLaughlin is a former professional rider from Muff in Donegal, he has spent more of his 33 years in the saddle than he has on his two feet and now holds the Everesting World Record which he set on July 30th of this year.
Joe Barr: World Ultra Endurance Cyclist
Joe Barr has been riding his bike for 45 + years and has no plans to stop pedalling or slow down any time soon! The 61 year old rider has blazed a trail in ultra-endurance cycling and continues to push boundaries in his sport, setting and breaking records, winning races outright & proudly cycling his way into the world history books. He recently broke his own record for the Malin -Mizen- Malin route of 738 miles in 44 hours and 15 minutes setting not one but three ultra-cycling world records in the process.