2011 Kona Recap In Podcasts

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Every year Endurance Nation is fortunate to put between 10 and 20 athletes on the starting line of the Ironman® World Championships in Kona.  From qualifiers to lottery folks, from members to training plan athletes, we come from different backgrounds but share in the challenging training and the epic day.

Tune in to each of the four podcasts below to get a different perspective on the day, and check us out at www.endurancenation.us if you want to create a FREE 5-day trial and explore the Team for yourself!

Coach Patrick

Coach P interviews…himself! That’s right. A quick overview of his breakthrough race in Kona as well as a note about things he would do differently if given the change to race on the Big Island again. From swim to bike to run, the full day is laid out here!

For more information, be sure to check out his race report on his blog!

Listen to Coach Patrick’s podcast here.


Jonathan Lieberman

Coach P interviews the one, the only, cue the drum roll and the Rocky music: JONATHAN LIEBERMAN!!!

Jonathan got a lottery slot, validated it at Lake Placid and then raced the Big Dance a mere ten weeks later. Nothing like competing in the world championships in your second ever Ironman…and none of this was lost on Jon. His focus, tenacity and perserverance are amazing, as is his journey. You can hear it all, in the first person, in this podcast!

Listen to Jonathan’s podcast here.

Keith Buell

Coach Patrick sits down with Keith Buell to learn about his interested path to the World Championships. It’s a great story and Keith really makes the most of his day…very cool!

Listen to Keith’s podcast here.


Greg Charbeneau

Coach Patrick interviews Greg “The Fish” Charbeneau on his first ever Ironman® Kona experience. Greg’s a regular guy, kids in college, relatively fit…and he almost cracked 10 hours!!! Hear how he did it and why he considers Endurance Nation his secret weapon.

Listen to Greg’s podcast here.







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