Oct 8, 2022
Welcome to Episode #356 of the 303 Endurance Podcast. This week we recap the Kona Pro Women and make predictions for Saturday's Professional Men's race!
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In Today's Show
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IRONMAN World Championship Women's Pro Race
Kona rookie Chelsea Sodaro is the first American in 2 decades with Tim DeBoom winning in 2002 and first American female to win the IMWC since Paula Newby-Frasier in 1996.
Results - Results (ironman.com)
Tri-Rating Thorsten Radde
What's New in the 303:
By Nathan Van Dyne (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Oct 5th, 2022–Professional road cycling is coming to Colorado in 2023 as part of a new series boasting a $1 million payout.
The National Cycling League (NCL) is planning to roll out four criterium races in Denver, Atlanta, Miami and Washington, D.C. And the overall prize purse for men and women will be the largest in U.S. crit racing history.
“Creating the next generation sports community starts with valuing the athletes and their contributions to the fan experience,” Paris Wallace, co-founder and CEO of the venture, said in a news release. “The $1 million purse is just one component of a comprehensive infrastructure designed to equitably support and reward top male and female professional athletes.”
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Video of the week:
Adventure Writer, Laura Killingbeck, joins us to tell her story about finding freedom through cycling, finding that space to process our lives, and her amazing endurance journey to this life changing discovery.
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