The MX Endurance Podcast, official podcast of MX Endurance was created by 2007 and 2010 Ironman World Champion and bestselling Author Chris McCormack and provides an in-depth and unfiltered look at what is happening in the world of endurance sports.
A very edgy and highly educational and entertaining discussion on all of the big topics surrounding Triathlon and multi-sports today.
With interviews from the biggest names in the sport, weekly news and results as well as endurance sport opinion pieces. Stay up to date with what is happening in triathlon and the broader endurance sport community.
70.3 World Championships Recap
What a weekend of racing!
This week we look at all the action from 70.3 World Championships and the domination of Lucy Charles-Barclay and Gustav Iden. We talk about the incredible performance of Lauren Parker in the Para-Tri division. We then turn to the incredible action from Super League Jersey and the excitement and controversy from the men's and women's races.
We run through WTCS Hamburg and discuss who we have heard is Lionel Sanders new coach!
It's 70.3 World Championships and we are joined this week by UK superstar, Joe Skipper. We do a deep dive into what you can expect to see this weekend. We also drop in a sneaky interview between Chris McCormack and Vincent Luis about who they think you need to watch out for too.
We also talk about sub7sub8 with Joe, what he thought about the drafting at IM Switzerland, his thoughts on the Collins Cup and why he thinks he can beat Jan Frodeno.
A huge episode this week as we are joined by David Tilbury-Davis.
David is a leading professional coach who is probably best known for his work with Lionel Sanders. We discuss his work with Lionel Sanders over the last few years and also discuss the current state of the sport, if anyone can beat Jan Frodeno and get his thoughts on the PTO and their vision for the future of triathlon.
We also look at some incredible results from Challenge Roth, SLT London and IM Switzerland.
The Collins Cup Wrap Up
This week we give our thoughts on The Collins Cup. Did the race promised to bring triathlon to the mainstream live up to the hype?
We talk about our thoughts on the racing, the broadcast, the live event experience and what it means for the future of triathlon coverage. We also look at all of the action from the Paralympics last weekend and preview the first round of the Super League Championship series kicking off in London this weekend.
Collins Cup Preview & Paralympics Preview with Tim Hemming
This weekend we will see the first ever Collins Cup. The event that the PTO has hyped up for well over a year. We discuss what we think you can expect to see from the event, who is racing who and who we think is going to win and why.
This weekend also sees the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics Paratriathlon events kick off and to give everyone a good understanding of who to watch, how the races and work and the break down of categories we are joined by Tim Hemming who gives us the run down.
This week's episode is absolutely jam packed with news about Kona being postponed, 70.3 World Champs being moved, Lionel Sanders leaving his coach & Tim O'Donnell having a heart attack while racing!
Plus, we are joined by US triathlete Taylor Spivey for an open and honest chat about her last few months and frustrations about being left off the US Olympic team. Taylor talks about the impacts this has had on her self-confidence & the difficulty she has faced as a professional athlete through the 'system'.
Lots of great info and fun to listen to. Good interviews of lots of top triathletes.
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It’s amazing how much information flows in one of the MX Endurance podcasts! The hosts and guests always bring historical facts as well as current information to the Triathlon community. The back and forth banter keeps one engaged and excited to be part of this sport we love.