(PRWEB) November 24, 2004
EnduranceRadio.com, a new website focusing on triathlons, marathons, swimming, cycling and adventure racing, has been interviewing athletes of all experience levels about what works in endurance sports.
ÂBy talking with endurance athletes at all levels and broadcasting the interviews online, weÂre able to help other athletes improve their performance,Â said the siteÂs owner, Tim Bourquin.
Launched just three months ago, http://www.EnduranceRadio.com covers subjects such as training, nutrition, racing techniques, and mental toughness. Endurance racing such as triathlons and long-distance adventure races have become hugely popular over the last two years.
Taking advantage of a new phenomenon, EnduranceRadio.com is now podcasting the daily audio program. While a generally accepted standard definition of podcasting is still being discussed on message boards such as the Podcast Expo (http://www.podcastexpo.com/phpBB2/), it is generally described as a method whereby listeners can have programs automatically downloaded to their iPod or other mp3 device automatically.
Recent interviews have included:
Robin Oswald: Professional triathlete who competed at the Ironman Triathlon World Championships in Hawaii this past October.
Hal Higdon: Runner's World's Longest Contributor and Author of "Marathon: The Ultimate Training Guide"
Rick Morris: endurance athlete coach who has written a book on how to train on a treadmill - great information for the coming winter months.
Endurance Radio also features interviews with race directors about how they manage, promote and profit from their races. Also, a section for officers of triathlon clubs and associations talks to successful club officers about how they manage and grow their membership of endurance athletes.
More information can be found at http://www.EnduranceRadio.com
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