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10 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Sarah Crowley. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Sarah Crowley, often where they are interviewed.

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10 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Sarah Crowley. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Sarah Crowley, often where they are interviewed.

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Sarah Crowley: Professional Triathlete on the Road to Success

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She backed up her top 3 finish in Kona last year with a win at IM Arizona just five weeks after her epic battle on the island of Kona Hawaii.  She has also been crowned champion across a multitude of events including Ironman 70.3 Santa Cruz in 2019 and 2018, South American Ironman Champion 2018,  ITU World Long Course Champion 2017, Asia Pacific and European Ironman Champion 2017. The list of success in sport is seriously impressive and a testament to her calibre as an athlete and leader in the sport of triathlon.  In this episode we find out how working with her coach Cam, reconstructing her swim and keeping her support team tight have played a pivotal role in her sporting success at IRONMAN, added to her dedication, tenacity and commitment to her craft as well as her joy of triathlon has seen her on a sporting journey that many of us will only ever dream of!
May 06 2020 · 54mins
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Episode 27 - Sarah Crowley: The Coach/Athlete Relationship

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Australian pro triathlete Sarah Crowley joins us for this week's episode, and we’ll be picking her brain about the all-important coach/athlete relationship. Sarah has always been vocal about crediting her team, and there’s no doubt that coaches play an important part in every athlete’s success. Sarah sheds some light on just how important that relationship can be!

We apologise that the audio quality is not up to our usual standard, due to Covid-19 and social distancing we can't use our usual recording equipment.

May 01 2020 · 54mins

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263 Sarah Crowley - 3rd in Kona 2019

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Sarah Crowley finished 3rd at the Ironman World Championships in 2019, and was involved in an epic run battle with Lucy Charles-Barclay over the closing miles of the marathon. She recently took the win at Ironman Arizona, with an impressive 8.49 finish.

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Dec 11 2019 · 50mins

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Sarah Crowley IMAZ Champ

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Our guest this week is pro triathlete Sarah Crowley. She's all over the podium these days with a 3rd place in Kona and a win at IMAZ, we are stoked to have her on the show this week to talk about her career, season and future.

Thanks to last week's guest Marcus Smith is going to sharing his inspirational story from the documentary "Fighting For Every Breath". From the peak of endurance fitness to fighting for his life in an instant. The story is about how he held on and fought his way back from immobilizing and near-fatal injuries. He found the mental strength to find reasons to celebrate the smallest of victories.  

Sponsor - iKOR Labs:

Today's show is supported by iKOR Labs. iKOR is a clean, natural source of recovery enhancing CBD that protects your body from the stresses of training, improves recovery from intense efforts and helps you maintain a positive mental state.

The all-new iKOR Recovery Shot™ is the most complete recovery product yet. A formulation of tart cherry, liposomally encapsulated full spectrum hemp extract, hyaluronic acid, beet juice, raspberry juice, turmeric root, ginger root helps to quickly lessen the effects of inflammation and oxidative stress from intense athletic activity. Save 20% by using the code "mhe2020" at checkout. Go to www.ikorlabs.com for more details.

What does liposomally encapsulated mean you ask?

Liposomal Encapsulation Technology consists of microscopic healthy fat particles called phospholipids along with vitamins. This technology has been used for many years to deliver certain drugs to specific tissues within the body without affecting the other parts of the body.

What does full-spectrum hemp extract mean you ask?

Hemp oil can refer to a full-spectrum oil from the Cannabis sativa plant or hemp seed oil, which is oil that comes from just the seeds of the hemp plant. ... Full-spectrum hemp oil that also contains plant matter may add other effective compounds, which may help with certain health issues, such as inflammation.

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/324450.php

How Does Hemp Work?

Hemp is rich in compounds known as cannabinoids. Research shows cannabinoids like cannabidiol may help treat everything from eczema to epilepsy. Cannabinoids interact with The Endocannabinoid System, or ECS. The ECS is a biological system present in all mammals. It impacts almost every system in the human body including:

  • Memory
  • Appetite
  • Inflammation
  • Fertility
  • Pain
  • Mood

The primary purpose of the ECS is to maintain homeostasis, which means that aiding this regulatory system helps your body return to normal after periods of intense stress–including hard workouts. The ECS is comprised of endogenous cannabinoid receptors. Two of these receptors have been identified, CB1 and CB2.

Cannabinoids like hemp extract interact with these receptors, helping to achieve homeostasis. Maintaining a healthy endocannabinoid system is vital to our well-being. Substantial evidence shows a strong link between disease and endocannabinoid deficiency. While our bodies cannot produce cannabinoids on their own, we can support our ECS by integrating supplements like hemp recovery products into our diets.

https://ikorlabs.com/ikor-blog-athletes-guide-to-cbd

Announcements:

  • Joanna Zeiger is going to be in the house next weekend! We are doing a live show with her at Launch Espresso to talk about her study of adult athletes and Cannabis usage. Join us 2-3:30 at Launch Espresso on Saturday, December 14th.
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Sponsor - Halo Neuro:

Our interview is sponsored by Halo Neuroscience. The Halo Sport from Halo Neuroscience will help you learn the technique and form to get faster. 20 minutes of neural priming with the Halo Headset gives you an hour of neural plasticity to work and lock in the muscle movement that leads to strength, power and endurance. Use the code "MHE" at checkout to save an additional $20.

Interview Introduction:

Sarah Crowley .has been a consistent presence on the podiums at Ironman races and getting her fair share champagne. We spoke last week about her champion performance at IRONMAN Arizona. We reached out to her this week and she graciously agree to do an interview with us.

Sponsor - Riplaces:

Our post interview discussion is sponsored by Riplaces. Riplaces are an elastic lace system that integrates a bungee loop with a plastic core to connect the loop in each eyelet of your running shoe. The bungees come in 5 sizes to achieve custom tension for the perfect fit. The bungees and the cores come in a variety of colors and styles to help you personalize your set. Or, you can choose the MHE logo package. Pro triathlete proven and endorsed, use the code MHE25 to get that 25% discount. Go to www.riplaces.com for more information

Post interview Discussion

Bill, I'm officially a Sarah Crowley fan. Sarah is smart, fast and got a style all her own. The thing about the Minnie and Mickey dolls is a trip. I'm definitely packing a pair for Kona next year. We'll get a picture of her with them at the pro panel next year.

New in the 303:

WORLD RECORD SPIN CLASS

Littleton, CO–Teamwork broke a record today at the Cyclebar studio in Littleton, Colorado. The world’s longest static indoor cycling class record of 27 hours was broken by 25 Colorado cyclists–who rode for 28 hours..

https://303cycling.com/world-record-longest-indoor-cycling-class-28-hours/

LANCE ARMSTRONG JOINS WISH FOR WHEELS TO BRING MORE BIKES TO 2ND GRADERS

Wish for Wheels is excited to welcome Lance to their community and bring more bikes to 2nd graders!

Check out the post on the 303 Facebook page. This should be a positive alignment for Wish for Wheels and result in more kids riding bikes.

https://www.facebook.com/303Cycling/

Endurance News:

BEST AND WORST MARATHONS IN THE WORLD STUDY

While running the London Marathon might be on the top of most runners’ marathon wishlists, according to recent data collected by The Sole Supplier, London is only number 11 on a list of the best marathons in the world. Looking at course data, The Sole Supplier analysed average finish times, medical stations, toilets, entry fees and how good local accommodation was, as well as environmental factors, such as air quality, temperature, rainfall and altitude. They then collated data to give each of the 81 marathons on the list a score out of ten, naming the best and worst marathons in the world.

https://www.runnersworld.com/uk/training/marathon/a30135094/best-worst-marathons-in-the-world-study/

Methodology

How did we pick the marathons for the study?

All IAAF-certified marathons (476) were considered for the index. In order to refine the list, each country featuring in the list were allowed up to three marathons for inclusion. These were decided by taking city population size into account (http://worldpopulationreview.com). The marathons taking place in each country’s three “largest cities” were included in the study. During the data collection phase, any marathons missing more than 1 data point (due to no data available) were removed, leaving a final list of 81 global marathon courses.

https://thesolesupplier.co.uk/news/up-for-a-challenge-these-are-the-worlds-best-marathon-courses/

The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) is the worldwide governing body for professional level athletics and track and field. Its purpose is to create and regulate professional level meets and to set the standards for administering competitions, using equipment, and documenting world records.

Sponsor - Riplaces:

Our post interview discussion is sponsored by Riplaces. Riplaces are an elastic lace system that integrates a bungee loop with a plastic core to connect the loop in each eyelet of your running shoe. The bungees come in 5 sizes to achieve custom tension for the perfect fit. The bungees and the cores come in a variety of colors and styles to help you personalize your set. Or, you can choose the MHE logo package. Pro triathlete proven and endorsed, use the code MHE25 to get that 25% discount. Go to www.riplaces.com for more information, or go to the MHE Sponsor Discounts page by going to www.milehighendurance.com, or directly to https://www.riplaces.com/collections/mile-high-endurance

Video of the Week:

Sarah Crowley Chapter 5 : Hot or Not Race Prep

Upcoming Interviews:

Olympic triathlete, 70.3 World Champ and PhD Joanna Zeiger to follow up on her study of adult athletes and CBD and THC usage. This is going to be a live interview at Launch Espresso on Saturday, December.

Chris Helwick, a Colorado athlete making a comeback to his professional career as a decathlete (after a 6 year retirement) to make a third and final attempt at qualifying for the 2020 Olympics.

Closing:

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Stay tuned, train informed, and enjoy the endurance journey!

Dec 07 2019 · 1hr 26mins
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Learning to switch off: Sarah Crowley

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After years of working in the corporate world, Australian triathlete Sarah Crowley has really had to learn the art of relaxation and letting things go, in order to excel as a professional triathlete. It has paid off.  

She finished 3rd at the Ironman 2019 World Championships in Kona, Hawaii, for the second time in recent years. 

In this interview, Sarah talks in detail about her race in Kona his year, including the fascinating battle she had with Great Britain’s Lucy Charles-Barclay in the closing stages. 

You’ll hear some useful thoughts about how and when to make the pass during a race and how she paid the price for pushing too hard when she initially went past Lucy.  

She also talks about the communication that goes on between the athletes during the race, how she will be spending the off season and why she'll be heading back to school.  

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INTERVIEW TIME LINE*

*interview times, not the whole episode

00.00  On ‘horse days’ aka boxing yourself up like a race horse and having a proper rest day (getting up at 2pm!)

02.00 Learning to relax, not care so much and letting things go after going from full-time work to full-time triathlete over the last few years

04.30 Landing in Kona for the 2019 World Championships feeling relaxed, in brilliant shape and knowing she had a job to do.

6.00 Lining up next to Alistair Brownlee ahead of the Ho'ala Ironman Training Swim and surprising herself winning the women's event

08.30 on finally having confidence in her swim, after years of people telling her she couldn’t swim

10.45 Why she wishes she had lined up next to Lucy Charles Barclay at the start of the swim.

12.00 Communicating on the bike and trying to drop Anne Haug with Jocelyn McCauley and how everyone was waiting for Daniela Ryf to come through

18.00 Why she let Anne Haug go past her on the run and why she tried to hold back at the start and stick to her own pace

21.00 Losing her vision on the run at 25km

23.00 The motivating words she got from Anne Haug saying she too could pass Lucy Charles Barclay

24.00 Why she attempted to make the pass on Lucy too soon  rushed through an Aid Station and paid the price when the Brit came back past her to take second place.

26.00 Fascinating insight into how to pass and how the ‘surge’ just didn’t happen when she went to overtake Lucy to go into second place

27.00 the one kilometre that she had a bad patch under pressure from Lucy Charles-Barclay.

30.30 Disappointed and frustrated to finish in third place, but excited to know that she is in touching distance of winning Kona.

33.00 why she did Noosa triathlon and how she got into shape for it so soon after Kona and why she is heading to Arizona to validate her Kona slot for 2020.

35.00 her plans for the off-season

37:00 on learning German, why she parked it and why she wants to get back on it and race in Germany again next summer

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Nov 22 2019 · 44mins
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Sarah Crowley - Challenge Roth Training Series - 2nd at Roth with Training Motivation + Race Tips!

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Hey guys and Welcome to the Pacing & Racing Podcast. The Canadian Triathlon Podcast Made In Mind for the Age Group Triathletes.
Today we have Australian Pro Triathlete Sarah Crowley on the show to help us on Episode number 3 of the Road to Roth Training series!
So for the first time listeners, a bit of a backstory here with the Road to Roth Series – at the beginning of August I announced that I’ll be doing my first full distance triathlon at Challenge Roth in 2020, and since then, I found that a lot of listeners were actually on a similar path; whether it was with Roth or another race; but they too were on their crazy journey to their first full distance triathlon and looking forward to hearing content specific to the full distance!
Of course, never having actually done the distance before, I figured everyone could benefit the most in a series where I interview top professional triathletes and coaches that will be able to provide a ton of training tips specific to the full distance as well as give us the motivation and insight we need to help us maximize our performances come race day!
Now to introduce Sarah, she is an incredible personality in the Triathlon world and is best well known for her charisma, her Aero Hair, and her well-rounded talent across all the triathlon distances!
Coming from an ITU background, she has quickly worked up to be a crowd favourite in the ironman scene; with a 15thplace in her KONA debut in 2016 to 3rd place the year-after. She recently has had an incredible season with 2nd at both the half and full IM Asia-Pacific Championships and also placed 2nd at Challenge Roth in what was her first time racing that event!
In today’s episode Sarah tells us what her first experience at Roth was like as she podiumed alongside previous Roth winners Lucy Charles and Daniela Bleymehl. She goes over her favourite moments and memories of Challenge Roth and goes over some race advice which is really awesome to hear!
We also go over her thoughts and preparation as we head into another highly anticipated KONA, and talk about some tips like travelling for triathlon, training with power vs HR, and more!
I hope you guys enjoy this podcast and be sure to take advantage of your long bike sessions by lining up a few episodes to play for constant workout motivation!
Sep 09 2019 · 1hr 10mins
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Courage to Win - Sarah Crowley (S8E7)

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This week, Alyssa and Haley chat with multiple Ironman champ + Kona podium finisher, Sarah Crowley from Australia. Sarah talks about her background in the sport, how she drastically changed her swim stroke, how to execute a race plan, and recovering from a stress fracture. Also, hear how she plans her season from down-under and what’s in store for 2019!

Plus, our hosts tackle a mailbag question about how to politely say "get off my wheel!"

Send your mailbag questions to ironwomenpodcast@gmail.com
Mar 21 2019 · 52mins
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223 - Sarah Crowley - 3rd in Kona 2017

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If you ever struggle to combine work life, family life and triathlon, then you'll love this week's interview with Sarah Crowley. The Aussie triathlete had been mixing her triathlon with 75+ hour weeks working as an accountant in Corporate Finance. But in 2016 she decided to return to training and racing full time and went on to finish 3rd at kona in 2017. She is fast, she's fun, she's wise and she is ready to roll in 2019.

In this interview:

*Sarah shares some top tips for managing triathlon training around big working weeks

*You'll hear why she wants to race Roth and Kona in 2019

*She talks about how she says mentally stimulated during the season

*We find out more about #aerohair...

*And about the welding sunglasses

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Mar 18 2019 · 1hr 6mins
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Sarah Crowley: From Accounting to the Ironman World Championship Podium - Triathlon Taren Podcast

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In this interview Triathlon Taren and No Triathlon Kim speak with Sarah Crowley, who's had the best probably the best all around 2017 full Ironman distance seasons of all female triathletes out there. She won two regional events at the Asia Pacific Ironman Championship, the European Ironman Championship in Frankfurt, and Capped it off with an ITU World Triathlon Series long course win and then she went to the Ironman World Championship where she finished third overall. Learn about her story from this incredible year and her insight of that crazy day in Kona. In addition, learn how she was able to balance 80 to 90-hour work weeks all these achievements coming from a corporate finance background. Don't miss this episode! Topics discussed in this interview: Sarah Crowley Website Sarah Crowley's Youtube Channel Sarah Crowley Facebook Sarah Crowley Twitter Sarah Crowley Instagram
Dec 04 2017 · 1hr 15mins
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Fitter Radio Episode 155 - Sarah Crowley

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WORKOUT OF THE WEEK: Fitness testing – sub maximal testing options and why you may want to consider them. ONE STEP AHEAD: Smoothies. HOT PROPERTY INTERVIEW – SARAH CROWLEY: This week we talk to Australian pro triathlete Sarah Crowley, recent winner of the Ironman 70.3 Middle Eastern Champs in Bahrain. At her Kona debut last year she raced to 15th position in the female pro field. This year she hopes to re-qualify with a plan to race Cairns and give the ‘big island race’ another go. We talk to Sarah about her path to triathlon and the work she’s doing to improve her swim. Sarah also shares with us her thoughts and personal frustrations around non-payment of prize money to pro triathletes. 5 MINUTES WITH TOUGHMAN: We bring back the man behind the fast growing Toughman Tri Series Richard Izzo to tell us about the next race in the Toughman Race Series on April 2nd 2017… Toughman Mexico! SID TALKS: We bring back Pro Triathlete Laura Siddall to chew the latest tri fat with Bevan. This week they talk Challenge Wanaka, the Super League and the Collins Cup. CONTACT US: Go to http://www.fitter.co.nz for show notes and links. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/fitter.co.nz for the latest news and information. Mikki Williden can be found at https://www.facebook.com/mikkiwillidennutrition

Mar 26 2017 · 2hr 8mins