Alistair Brownlee - Special Edition, Part 2 - Author "Relentless - Secrets of the Sporting Elite", Multiple Olympic Gold medalist and World Champion
The Greg Bennett Show
In this episode of The Greg Bennett Show, I chat with a very special return guest, Alistair Brownlee.Alistair is arguably the greatest triathlete of all time… he IS the undisputed greatest Olympic Triathlete in history with Gold in London and Rio Olympic Games. His World and Olympic titles are remarkable, but it has been his ability to lift the sport to new heights and have every athlete in the world chasing that has truly set him apart. It has been this dominance that has me in awe of this extraordinary athlete. I encourage you to listen to Part 1 of this conversation first. Also, Alistair was last on the show in episode 15, if you haven’t listened to that episode, I’d encourage you to go check it out.In part 2 of the episode, Alistair gives his predictions for the Tokyo Olympics and he discusses how the sport of Triathlon has changed. We discuss the dual between Jan Frodeno and Lionel Sanders and he gives his prediction as to who will win. We end with some fun rapid-fire questions.Discount Codes and DealsAthletic Greens - a FREE year supply of Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase by visiting athleticgreens.com/gregHyperice - Click https://bit.ly/3jzyFDa for exclusive offers on all Hyperice products or visit at hyperice.com and use the code mentioned in the showFormSwim Goggles - formswim.com/greg for $15 off - The coupon will be automatically added to the cart. Or use code GREG2021 at checkout.Support the show athttps://www.patreon.com/user?u=26936856"The Greg Bennett Show" -
James Haskell speaks to Alistair Brownlee about his huge success as an athlete, where he gets his motivation, mental strength and determination from, and the very root meaning of what motivation means. They discuss the pros and cons of training independently versus training with partners, the need for routine in training, and Alistair's new book Relentless.You can find Alistair Brownlee's book Relentless in all good bookshops. Also available in ebook and audio, read by Alistair himself.James Haskell's new book Ruck Me is available to pre-order in print, ebook and audio.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Alistair Brownlee - Special Edition, Part 1 - Author "Relentless - Secrets of the Sporting Elite", Multiple Olympic Gold medalist and World Champion
The Greg Bennett Show
In this episode of The Greg Bennett Show, I chat with a very special return guest, Alistair Brownlee.Alistair is arguably the greatest triathlete of all time… he IS the undisputed greatest Olympic Triathlete in history with Gold in London and Rio Olympic Games. His World and Olympic titles are remarkable, but it has been his ability to lift the sport to new heights and have every athlete in the world chasing that has truly set him apart. It has been this dominance that has me in awe of this extraordinary athlete. He was last on the show in episode 15, if you haven’t listened to that episode, I’d encourage you to go check it out. In Part 1 of this episode, we discuss Alistair's new book "Relentless: Secrets of the Sporting Elite". Over the last 4 years, Alistair has been on a journey to learn from the best, talking to elite figures across multiple sports as well as leading thinkers and scientists, to understand what enabled these remarkable individuals to rise to the very top and to push the limits of human capability in their relentless pursuit of perfection. We discuss why he decided to write the book, What the interview process was like, how he chose the specific people, and what he learned from the interviews. We discuss what is talent, what is a champion and I share several great quotes from the book.Discount Codes and DealsAthletic Greens - a FREE year supply of Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase by visiting athleticgreens.com/gregHyperice - Click https://bit.ly/3jzyFDa for exclusive offers on all Hyperice products or visit at hyperice.com and use the code mentioned in the showFormSwim Goggles - formswim.com/greg for $15 off - The coupon will be automatically added to the cart. Or use code GREG2021 at checkout.Support the show athttps://www.patreon.com/user?u=26936856"The Greg Bennett Show" -
Is Alex Yee Olympic Bound After Alistair Brownlee’s Ducking DQ in Leeds?
Short Chute Triathlon Show
Welcome to another edition of the Short Chute Triathlon Show. We bring you the biggest stories exclusively from the sport of triathlon. This week we discuss every talking point out of the World Triathlon Championship Series in Leeds including the controversial disqualification of Alistair Brownlee massive performances from Maya Kingma and Alex Yee and the huge Olympic potential of Lucy Charles-Barclay.
The SLT Arena Games and will Alistair Brownlee miss out on Olympic selection?
Short Chute Triathlon Show
On today's podcast we will be talking about: Sophie Coldwell's outrunning Beth Potter Marten Van Riel's perfect 30 for 30 The SLT Arena Games Rotterdam Lucy Charles-Barclay's Olympic Swim Trials Will Alistair Brownlee get picked for the Olympics? Everything else you need to know about the world of triathlon Follow us on all social channels for everything SLT.
084: Alistair Brownlee on a sub-7 hour Ironman triathlon
This week’s guest is Alistair Brownlee. Alistair is a two time Olympic Champion, four time World and four time European Champion amongst many other honours in triathlon. But quite simply Alistair is one of the greatest racers in the history of the sport and probably across any sport in his generation. After the Rio Olympics Alistair began racing over half and then full ironman triathlon distance. For those of you who need a reminder of the distance that’s 2.4-mile (3.86 km) swim, a 112-mile (180.25 km) bicycle ride and a marathon 26.22-mile (42.20 km) run, raced in that order. Alistair has set out the goal of a full Ironman in under 7 hours. To put the performance into perspective the current best time is 7:35. Speaking to Alistair was extraordinary. Many athletes have physical abilities, many have the will to win, but Alistair has these in bucket loads. A lot of athletes are invested in the process of preparing and performing, interested to know how they can get better, but many of the best just need to stay out of the details, leave that to the coach, the support team. Often overthinking the details can lead to a negative spiral where people become increasingly wound up about minutiae. But what was evident from this conversation was the Alistair’s extraordinary capacity to delve into the science, the rigour, the possibilities, the innovation, the deep understanding and testing of what works for him. His appetite, his command and his acumen to pioneer across the whole spectrum of physical, mental, tactical and technological methods as well as to go out there and perform - is a bandwidth of capabilities that is truly exceptional. This was a masterclass in high performance and I was left in no uncertain terms that Alistair is a true sporting great. Notes Training during lockdown more or less normal Training 5% under rather 5% over Alistair and the urban myths that follow him around Alistair’s internal drive - where does it come from? “Relentless' - coming soon to all good bookstores! Comparing notes with other elite athletes in differing fields The sub-7 ironman The need to constantly innovate Decision making and the honing of the direct feedback loop Inspiring others to get into sport via the Phoenix Foundation The future for Alistair beyond being an elite athlete Links Follow Alistair on Twitter, https://twitter.com/AliBrownleetri And all things sub 7 and sub 8 on https://www.sub7sub8.com/ Steve Ingham on Twitter www.twitter.com/ingham_steve Supporting Champions on; Twitter www.twitter.com/support_champs Linkedin, www.linkedin.com/company/supporting-champions Instagram, https://www.instagram.com/supportingchampions Applied Professional Practitioner Skills Programme bookings now open https://www.supportingchampions.co.uk/onlinecourse/
Alistair Brownlee - the making of the double Olympic champion triathlete
Track & Ball with Ellen White and Richard Whitehead
Alistair Brownlee gives Ellen and Richard a real insight into life as a triathlete. He won gold in Rio and London and has a whole sackful of other medals at World, European and Commonwealth level.There's his brutal training schedule, his and his obvious passion for the sport. He talks about the pressures of London 2012, the hell of a bad injury just before the Games and the joy of gold.Alistair reveals he's aiming to be in Tokyo and has his sights set on the up and coming qualifying events....but after Tokyo he plans to move in to the much longer distance Ironman events.He talks about the High Performance mindset and credits his parents, a teacher, his coaches and his colleagues for getting him to where he is. He says endurance sport is about doing the simple things right over and over again.We cover upbringing, training, inspiration, resilience and goals - all the factors needed to make a champion.If you like video - here's our Youtube Channelhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCK9j_WfzRU4PdMtd5otWJjQPlease give us a follow and get in touch@trackandballpod@ellsbells89@marathonchampEllen White is an England football. Richard Whitehead is a double Paralympic gold medal winner
Alistair Brownlee on tea drinking, triathlon, and Tokyo 2020
Olympic Channel Podcast
British triathlete and double Olympic champion Alistair Brownlee is usually very busy. With all competition paused, he found time to join the podcast for a look back on an incredible career and his epic moment of brotherly love. Plus, how to make the perfect cup of tea.For more episodes go to olympicchannel.com/podcast
Alistair Brownlee - Multiple Triathlon Olympic and World Champion
The Greg Bennett Show
Alistair Brownlee is arguably the greatest Triathlete of all time, he’s at least very much a part of that conversation.An Olympic Gold at his home Olympics in London, then 4 years later Gold again at the Rio Olympics.Combine that with:Two ITU Triathlon World Championships. Two time World Team Champion. Four European Championships and the 2014 Commonwealth title. And most recently he won the Western Australia Ironman in Dec with a blistering course record with almost the world's fastest ever Ironman time of 7hr45min20sec.He races without fear and races for the win with absolute intent. A man that has triumphed under enormous pressure, has come back from adversity time and time again and showed enormous character when he carried his brother across the line at the cost of his own shot at the ITU Grand Final win in 2016. I've been looking forward to this chat and getting a peek behind the mind of one of the world's all-time greatest athletes.