California Triathlon Soup

Sinopse

California Triathlon Soup podcast is 2 parts triathlon, 1 part culture and a dash of silly. Season 1 offers a fresh serving of Soup every two weeks over a 12 week period. The guests are top notch as a counterweight to the hosts shear lack of talent and even Erik Schillers mad post-production skills might not be enough to make this palatable. Still, we hope you line up like Oliver Twist and find the podcast hearty and not thin gruel.

Episódios

  • Gary Roethenbaugh

    Gary Roethenbaugh

    08/05/2020 Duração: 43min

    Gary Roethenbaugh, Multisport Research Managing Director, joins us from the UK to share insights on a large athlete survey and the state of the endurance landscape since the outbreak of Covid-19.  If Mrs. Roethenbaugh approves, we may have talked each other into doing 2022 Challenge Roth. 

  • Shannon Kurek

    Shannon Kurek

    05/05/2020 Duração: 50min

    Shannon Kurek, Founder of HFP Racing, joins California Triathlon Soup to discuss 32 years of producing events in Ohio including the iconic American Triple-T, what makes a great race and his thoughts on a challenging 2020.  

  • Amber Gaffney

    Amber Gaffney

    28/04/2020 Duração: 42min

    Dr. Amber Gaffney, former professional cyclist and Assistant Professor of Social Psychology, Humboldt State University, joins California Triathlon Soup to discuss her journey from amateur cyclist to Pan Am Games Team Pursuit Gold Medalist.  We Shelter from the Storm with this California girl, Dylan super-fan, nerd and social scientist

  • John Duquette - blueseventy

    John Duquette - blueseventy

    27/08/2019 Duração: 33min
  • Lesley Paterson  Simon Marshall

    Lesley Paterson & Simon Marshall

    12/06/2019 Duração: 43min
  • Dave Scott

    Dave Scott

    12/06/2019 Duração: 53min

    Dave Scott, 6x Ironman World Champion, joined California Triathlon Soup to take some listener questions about training and nutrition. Dave has been a content machine over the past years and discusses the benefits of quality over quantity when training and provides quick tips for age group athletes. We also left time to discuss California Triathlon‘s new sponsors Myoplex and HUUB Wetsuits which Dave is also sponsored. California Triathlon Soup podcast is 2 parts triathlon, 1 part culture and a dash of silly. Season 1 offers a fresh serving of “Soup” every two weeks over a 12 week period. The guests are top notch as a counterweight to the host’s shear lack of talent and even Erik Schiller’s mad post-production skills might not be enough to make this palatable. Still, we hope you line up like Oliver Twist and find the podcast hearty and not thin gruel. 23 OUNCE CALIFORNIA TRIATHLON SOUP MUG. We encourage you to commemorate what is surely going to be an abject failure by getting a 23 ounce California Triathlon

  • Katherine Kelly Lang

    Katherine Kelly Lang

    12/06/2019 Duração: 44min

    Emmy Award Winner Katherine Kelly Lang, also known as Brooke Logan on the CBS soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful joins California Triathlon Soup to discuss her acting and producing credits including 31 years on The Bold and the Beautiful. Kelly also shares her passion for triathlon which includes racing Kona and the launch of the new RYD apparel line. This episode is packed full of fun facts including Kelly’s dad was an Olympic Ski Jumper and Jolly Green Giant, her experience acting with Betty White and shares that one of B&B’s biggest fans is Robert De Niro. California Triathlon Soup visits Hollywood this episode with Emmy Award Winner Katherine Kelly Lang! Special thanks to Kelly’s business partner and significant other Dom Zoida for joining the taping. California Triathlon Soup podcast is 2 parts triathlon, 1 part culture and a dash of silly. Season 1 offers a fresh serving of “Soup” every two weeks over a 12 week period. The guests are top notch as a counterweight to the host’s shear lack of tale

  • Scott Hootie Hutmacher

    Scott "Hootie" Hutmacher

    08/03/2019 Duração: 33min

    Scott “Hootie” Hutmacher, LifeTime Tri Brand Manager joins California Triathlon Soup.  Last year the LifeTime Tri Series had the biggest races in the U.S. including 10,000 in Chicago and 6,000 in New York City.  We cover their thoughtful approach to serving the multisport community as well as their departure from using USAT for race insurance.  Scott shares with us some of his hopes for 2019. Sit back and enjoy.   California Triathlon Soup podcast is 2 parts triathlon, 1 part culture and a dash of silly. Season 1 offers a fresh serving of “Soup” every two weeks over a 12 week period.  The guests are top notch as a counterweight to the host’s shear lack of talent and even Erik Schiller’s mad post-production skills might not be enough to make this palatable.  Still, we hope you line up like Oliver Twist and find the podcast hearty and not thin gruel. 23 OUNCE CALIFORNIA TRIATHLON SOUP MUG.  We encourage you to commemorate what is surely going to be an abject failure by getting a 23 ounce California Triathlon So

  • Cameron Wurf

    Cameron Wurf

    26/02/2019 Duração: 34min

    Cam Wurf, Australian professional cyclist and triathlete, joins California Triathlon Soup to discuss how at 35 years old he is just scratching the surface at the elite level of his 3rd sport (rowing, cycling & triathlon).  Cam discusses his explosion onto the triathlon stage as well as his past life on the professional cycling tour. Note: In 2018, Cam beat his own Kona bike course record by 3 minutes with a 4:09.06 which probably could have been 4:08 and change if he had just put a little effort into it.  You will come away a big Cam Wurf fan!   California Triathlon Soup podcast is 2 parts triathlon, 1 part culture and a dash of silly. Season 1 offers a fresh serving of “Soup” every two weeks over a 12 week period.  The guests are top notch as a counterweight to the host’s shear lack of talent and even Erik Schiller’s mad post-production skills might not be enough to make this palatable.  Still, we hope you line up like Oliver Twist and find the podcast hearty and not thin gruel. 23 OUNCE CALIFORNIA TRIAT

  • Holly Lawrence

    Holly Lawrence

    13/01/2019 Duração: 42min

    Holly Lawrence, Welch professional triathlete, joins California Triathlon Soup.  Holly, 2016 Ironman 70.3 World Championship winner, is looking forward to 2019 after needing foot surgery after 2018 Oceanside.   A supreme talent and savvy businesswoman, she discusses her approach to partnering with sponsors, including the Prince of Bahrain, and their continued support throughout the injury.  As a bonus, she now resides in Santa Monica, California and chats about her favorite climbs and coffee stops.   California Triathlon Soup podcast is 2 parts triathlon, 1 part culture and a dash of silly. Season 1 offers a fresh serving of “Soup” every two weeks over a 12 week period.  The guests are top notch as a counterweight to the host’s shear lack of talent and even Erik Schiller’s mad post-production skills might not be enough to make this palatable.  Still, we hope you line up like Oliver Twist and find the podcast hearty and not thin gruel. 23 OUNCE CALIFORNIA TRIATHLON SOUP MUG.  We encourage you to commemorate wh

  • Rada Owen

    Rada Owen

    10/09/2018 Duração: 47min

    Rada Owen, Olympic freestyle swimmer, joins California Triathlon Soup to discuss her path to the 2000 Olympics in Sydney. We go into some detail about her time on an Auburn team coached by Dave Marsh, going to the Olympics and some current training techniques she uses with us wacky triathletes. Rada is originally from Virginia and a graduate of Auburn University where she was a six-time SEC champion, a 14 time All-American, and was instrumental in developing a national championship-winning team before swimming in Sydney. Get ready for 45 minutes that will go as quickly as Rada moves in the pool.

  • Steve Tomboni

    Steve Tomboni

    23/08/2018 Duração: 43min

    Steve Tomboni, creator of Viking Dash Trail Runs & American Multisport, joins California Triathlon Soup to discuss the latest running phenomena, Viking Dash, and share 27 years of being a race director conducting 138 races. Check out the Viking Dash race medal, Thor’s Hammer, which is more of a weapon of mass destruction than a medal. We announce Viking Dash LA on April 7, 2019 in Griffith Park with over 3,000 feet of elevation for the 13.1 mile distance. That is the toughest race in their series. We discuss the health of the sport of triathlon & debate whether Cleveland really had a river that caught on fire. California Triathlon Soup podcast is 2 parts triathlon, 1 part culture and a dash of silly. Season 2 offers a fresh serving of “Soup” every two weeks over a 12 week period. The guests are top notch as a counterweight to the host’s shear lack of talent and even Erik Schiller’s mad post-production skills might not be enough to make this palatable. Still, we hope you line up like Oliver Twist and

  • Clay Evans

    Clay Evans

    10/08/2018 Duração: 46min

    Clay Evans, Olympic Silver Medalist Swimmer and Founder of Southern California Aquatics (SCAQ) joins California Triathlon Soup to discuss his experiences representing Canada at the Olympics in Munich in 1972 and Montreal in 1976 where he won an Olympic silver medal. Clay is the founder of SCAQ, the nation’s largest master’s swim program at over 1,000 athletes and was a four year All-American at UCLA and broke over 40 Masters National and World records.

  • Episode 5 - Sarah Haskins

    Episode 5 - Sarah Haskins

    30/03/2018 Duração: 46min

    Olympian Sarah Haskins joins California Triathlon Soup to discuss her 14 year triathlon career including participating in the 2008 Olympics in Beijing.  Sarah explains how she nimbly juggles being a professional triathlete, wife of Nate Kortuem (triathlon coach) and mother of Caroline & Connor.  We do a deep dive on her road to being selected to a 2008 U.S. Olympic Team that included Laura Bennett and Julie Ertel.  Finally, we hear about her secret to success building long term relationships with sponsors including Performance Bike, Fuji & Rudy Project. California Triathlon Soup podcast is 2 parts triathlon, 1 part culture and a dash of silly. Season 1 offers a fresh serving of “Soup” every two weeks over a 12 week period.  The guests are top notch as a counterweight to the host’s shear lack of talent and even Erik Schiller’s mad post-production skills might not be enough to make this palatable.  Still, we hope you line up like Oliver Twist and find the podcast hearty and not thin gruel. 23 OUNCE CAL

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