Babbittville Classic Rewind: Chrissie Wellington 2008 This interview with Chrissie Wellington is from June of 2008, about eight months after she won her first Ironman World Championship title in Kona, Hawaii. Paul Huddle and I had a blast chatting with this amazing young woman. By the time she retired in 2011, she had won four Ironman World Championship titles and had gone undefeated in Iron distance racing. Read more about our Babbittville Classic Rewind series here. The post Classic Rewind: Chrissie Wellington 2008 appeared first on Babbittville.
Ep 81. Chrissie Wellington OBE, World Ironman Champion
The Women's Running Podcast
In this episode I speak to Chrissie Wellington. Chrissie is so enormously famous in the world of running (and cycling and swimming) that she really needs no introduction. Chrissie is actually part of the Women’s Running family – if you read the magazine you may have noticed her crop up in our annual Product Awards, in which she plays a big part. So we’ve spoken before, and it is to my utter shame she hasn’t appeared on the podcast to this date. We talk about her meteoric rise into professional sport – how she made the leap in the first place, how her coach saw her potential in the ironman distance, and how in fact she didn’t really come from nowhere, as everyone says – it was just an unconventional start with tons of experience of endurance, even if that was cycling around Nepal rather than around a track. She also talks passionately about the unifying and empowering force of sport, a belief that has moved with her from the world of professional sport to her current day job as Global Head of Health and Wellbeing at parkrun. She is super inspiring and happily overlooked the Zoom call from hell – we’ve done our best with this one, but do please bear with a slightly glitchy call in places. It gets better!We love making this podcast for you, and we hope you love it just as much. If you do, we’re asking for your support so that we can continue making it. We’ve joined up with Patreon to do that awkward thing of asking for money. But the thing is, we’re only asking you to donate as little as £2 a month. For that we’re offering you some lovely perks and, if you’re very generous, a free subscription to the digital magazine too. Come and be part of the Women’s Running podcast and we will love you forever!This episode of the podcast is sponsored by The North Face. Flight Vectiv from The North Face is an incredibly responsive trail shoe. Ultra light and breathable, it’s been designed for speed and agility. The Vectiv technology combines a 3D carbon fibre plate and rocker midsole to turn energy into momentum to propel you forward. A bio-based outsole rubber compound provides superior traction and durability, while the upper is durable, flexible, light and protective. All the things! The Vectic range of brilliant trail shoes enables you to power further. Available now at The North Face. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?u=67575412)
E98 - Chrissie Wellington: Racing the imperfect race perfectly
The High Performance Podcast
Chrissie Wellington OBE is a former British professional triathlete and four-time Ironman Triathlon World Champion. She held all three world and championship records relating to ironman triathlon races and remains the world record holder for Ironman distance (8hrs,18 mins). But her success doesn’t stop there, she also has an MA in Econ Development Studies, is the Global Lead for Health and Wellbeing for parkrun and is a Sunday Times Best Selling author. As a child her dad told her to ‘seize every opportunity and make a mark on the world for all the right reasons.’ She’s certainly achieved that, and in this podcast, she reveals how you too can learn to trust yourself, believe in what you are capable of and be the best you can be.Chrissie has released two children's wellbeing storybooks with friend and former athlete Susie Bush-Ramsey entitled You're so strong and You're so amazing, available to buy here. .......Big name guests announcing soon for LIVE TOUR in 2022. Don’t miss out: https://sjm.lnk.to/HPPL Buy our book ‘Lessons From the Best on Becoming Your Best: http://smarturl.it/hv0sdzBuy the audiobook: https://adbl.co/3xQQSCF And remember to check out our website for more exclusive merchandise and to join our members club THE HIGH PERFORMANCE CIRCLE where you can get exclusive podcasts, keynote speeches and boosts from some very special guests. Just go to www.thehighperformancepodcast.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The power of tapping into our internal guidance system - and trusting that it will take us where we need to go. Chrissie Wellington is one of the greatest athletes of all time: a four-time Ironman World Champion who broke the world record and retired undefeated. More importantly, Chrissie is a humble, kind and generous person (which is not always true of people who have reached such lofty heights!). Chrissie wasn't one of these athletes who set a goal to become World Champion aged eight and then went on to achieve it. She bobbed and weaved - and had the courage to listen to her intuition and follow it - and her meandering route to success culminated in her becoming a World Champion. As Chrissie says, we all have that intuition within us. Many of us can't hear it - while others do hear it but choose to ignore it. Some do listen to their intuition, trust it and follow it - and Chrissie is a living embodiment of what is possible when you do that. We also talk about connection, what we can learn from children, the stories we tell ourselves and the innate and intrinsic value we all have as human beings, regardless of what we do. Chrissie has two fantastic new books out for children: "You're so strong (The joy in simple)" and "You're so amazing". Both highly recommended. *** NEWSFLASH We are changing the name of this podcast to "Life Lessons: From sport and beyond" Nothing will change bar the words on the artwork, and I explain why we are making the change at the start of this episode, with a BBC Radio 4 Today programme backstory. In a nutshell, research shows that Don't Tell Me the Score doesn't explain what this pod is all about - so we are really spelling it out. Let me know your thoughts @simonmundie or drop me a message via my website simonmundie.com - I would love to hear your thoughts and will try and reply. *** Follow me on instagram https://www.instagram.com/simonmundie/ on twitter https://twitter.com/simonmundie And for the 'Mundie on Monday' newsletter - full of useful lifehacks and 'nuggets' head to simonmundie.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Dr. Kevin Gilliland interviews four-time Ironman Triathlon World Champion Chrissie Wellington. She is also a wife, mother, and an author who has written some brilliant children's books that anyone of any age can learn from. You can check out these amazing books at https://www.thejoyinsimple.comConnect with Chrissie Wellington: WebsiteTwitterConnect with Dr. Kevin Gilliland: Patreon InstagramFacebookOfficial WebsiteCheck out today's sponsors: Innovation 360 is an outpatient group of trusted Counselors and Therapists, as well as a Life Development® team dedicated to helping our clients overcome mental health, addiction and relationship challenges, along with phase-of-life struggles. Support this podcast★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Episode 170 - with Chrissie Wellington - 4 x Ironman World Champion
GET AFTER IT with Nashy
Chrissie Wellington is a former professional triathlete, Four-Time Ironman World Champion and World Record holder.Chrissie burst on to the Ironman scene and dominated throughout her 5 year career winning 13 out of 13 events. An incredible athlete that lives her life without limits.Now Chrissie works as Global Lead for Health and Wellbeing for ParkRun while balancing family life, staying fit and writing children books.Chrissie discusses her winning mentality, challenges she has over come throughout her career and much much more during this engaging conversation.Hope you enjoyThis Podcast is brought to you by ACE Property - Management and Sales - Edinburgh.Contact Nashy for Podcast Sponsorship opportunities and get you brand / business in the ears of thousands of listeners.Make sure you check out www.getafterit.uk to get access to Discount Codes and Offers from awesome Brands and Businesses! You can also check out our Ambassadors and book them for your next function or online event.www.getafterit.ukInsta - @get_after_it_ukFollow Nashy...Twitter - @GetAfterItNashyInstagram - @getafterit_nashyFacebook - GET AFTER IT
Craig Alexander and Chrissie Wellington | #ThisIsMyRide Podcast | Bike stories by Argon 18
Host: Craig Alexander Guest: Chrissie Wellington In this podcast, Craig "Crowie" Alexander hosts his longtime friend, former professional triathlete and four-time Ironman Triathlon World Champion, Chrissie Wellington. Together they talk about how world-class athletes tackle post-competition life. It's a very interesting conversation that offers a different perspective on an athlete's career. Have a good listen!
Episode 9 - with Chrissie Wellington OBE and Dr Andy Kirkland
Christine Wellington OBE needs little introduction to most, a legend in the Ironman world, having won every iron-distance event that she entered as well as being a four-time Ironman Triathlon World Champion. She held all three world and championship records relating to iron-distance triathlon races: firstly, the overall world record, secondly, the Ironman World Championship course record, and thirdly, the official world record for all Ironman-branded triathlon races over the full Ironman distance. Dr Andrew Kirkland worked with Chrissie on her training book. Andy is a lecturer in Sports Coaching at Stirling University here in Scotland and passionate cyclist. In Performance Coaching he works with grass-roots sport through to Olympic level. Book – To the Finish Line & A Life Without Limits Twitter: @chrissiesmiles and @andykirkland71
What does legacy mean to Chrissie Wellington? We have an honest conversation about what her transition out of professional triathlon looked like, and what she’s up to these days. We chat about what a Kona-less October means, and what it’s like to watch the next generation of athletes progress the sport.As she’s navigating the next chapter of her life, she explains how her experiences inspire her approach to motherhood, and how her daughter teaches her every day. Her eloquence through adversity is truly inspiring as many of us are enduring our own challenges that 2020 has presented.Follow Chrissie - https://twitter.com/chrissiesmilesBECOME A WITSUP MEMBER - www.patreon.com/witsup(Image by Endurapix for Ironman)