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An interview with Nadia El-Awady

This week’s episode covers a lot of ground, almost all of it uphill. I talk with Nadia El-Awady about her first full Ironman last fall, how she balances the demands of her personal and professional commitments with her adventures, and what she’ll be doing during 2018.

I also talk about doping, how a recent USADA ruling has a lot of people in my local triathlon community talking, and how I would love to know what you think about doping in triathlon. Please consider dropping me a line if you have thoughts. I'm looking to pull together some comments and interviews for a future show.

Lastly, the Super Strava segment returns with an uphill vengeance this week as we visit the second category climb that leads to what may be the world's most heavily guarded vacation home.

It's a long episode, but well worth the listen.

Resources in this episode:

Nadia El-Awady’s blog, Inner Workings of My Mind

Super Strava segment: Camp David Climb

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I am a former collegiate distance runner who finished college and dedicated himself to the finer points of building a career, sitting on couches, and drinking beer. As my 40th birthday crept up, I felt unfit, heavy, and generally unhappy with the way things were going so I decided to start training again. Fast forward four years and countless miles, and I have run Boston, notched a great performance at the Ironman 70.3 World Championships, and continue to waiver on the question of giving the full 140.6 a shot. View all posts by oldandonyourleft

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