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22 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Angela Naeth. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Angela Naeth, often where they are interviewed.

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22 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Angela Naeth. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Angela Naeth, often where they are interviewed.

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Episode # 12 Angela Naeth

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Angela Naeth is one of the world's best triathletes. She is also a community builder and inspiration to thousands with her work away from racing.
Aug 22 2020 · 42mins
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Episode 62: Angela Naeth — Professional Triathlete, Ironman Champion, and She's Coming to Gravel!

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Welcome to gravel! Angela Naeth's story is one of tenacity and fulfillment. With high highs and difficult lows, she shares her fascinating trajectory through the sport of triathlon which coincidentally has her lining up for the SugarCane 200 in January 2020. With health now on her side, Angela is at a point where she's writing the script to her story rather than having it written for her. 2020 is wide open for possibility and that allows more gravel in her travel. Despite the global pandemic that we find ourselves in, despite not knowing about this pandemic when this conversation was recorded, Angela's positivity is almost tangible. 

Find more about Angela at AngelaNaeth.com

Read about IRaceLikeAGirl at iracelikeagirl.com

And follow along #DIYgravel at iamtedking.com/diygravel

May 26 2020 · 50mins

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Angela Naeth on Discovery and Acceptance

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This week’s conversation is with Angela Naeth, currently ranked among the top triathletes in the world with 3 sub 9-hour Ironman performances.

Angela is a multiple 70.3 and Ironman Champion and has 30+ podiums at the 70.3 and Ironman distances.

If you're not familiar with the 70.3, that's the total distance in miles for what's considered a half-ironman. A full ironman triathlon is 140+ miles (consisting of a 2.4-mile swim, a 112-mile bicycle ride and a 26.22-mile marathon run, raced in that order).

In 2018, Angela, while battling Lyme disease, placed 8th at the Ironman World Championships with a time of 8:57, which is just remarkable.

So why compete with Lyme disease – why put her body through something that intense?

For Angela, it’s about using sport as a means to help her better understand herself and discover what she’s capable of, what she’s made of.

It’s about doing it for her own satisfaction rather than trying to appease others, which is something she’s had to work on.

And that’s really what this conversation is all about: discovery and acceptance. 

Self-discovery involves testing yourself; that feedback, that information, is part of the process for figuring out who you are.

Self-acceptance involves taking that information and embracing the true nature of it; it’s about getting comfortable in your own skin.

They go hand in hand and Angela has a very eloquent way of describing her process for it— I hope you find ways to apply those lessons.

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Nov 06 2019 · 1hr 25mins
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Angela Naeth - Triathlon Sideline Chat on Chattanooga 70.3, Yokohama WTS & more!

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Your co-hosts Jenna-Caer Seefried and Steven Langenhuizen bring you our new segment within the Pacing and Racing Podcast where we do post-race coverage and pre-race analysis with the insight and perspectives from the professional triathletes.

Now in today’s episode of the Triathlon Sideline Chat we get to speak with Angela Naeth! Angela has had three sub-9-hour ironman performances; One of which placed her 1st in the North American Ironman championships. The second sub 9 was from her incredible speed on one of the most challenging courses; which earned her 8th place in the ironman world championships in KONA with a time of 8 hours 57 minutes! 

Now, what makes Angela so unique and special and I’m so excited to have her on, is that now only is she is a world-ranking professional triathlete, but she’s also a Red bull Athlete, a Lyme-disease advocate, and the founder of IRACELIKEAGIRL brand. I might also add she was on the cover of Triathlon Magazine in and won both Triathlon Magazine Canada Elite Triathlete of the year and Triathlon Canada Multisport Athlete of the year in 2018!

Angela just finished racing Chattanooga 70.3 so we’ll get to hear all about her thoughts going into that race as well as how she felt during and after! 

We also get to do a recap on some of the other big races that were on that same weekend including the Barcelona 70.3, the Yokohama World Triathlon Series Race, and Challenge Lisboa! Now in last weeks episode, we had Linsey Corbin join us in on our race predictions so you’ll be able to hear the results of those in today’s episode!

Now to finish off today’s podcast, Jenna and I pick our race predictions as we lead into another competitive race weekend ahead including the 70.3 Austria, IRONMAN Brazil, and IRONMAN Lanzarote!

May 24 2019 · 1hr 19mins

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Angela Naeth, Ironman triathlete

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Angela is a Canadian triathlete and Red Bull athlete. She's won the North American Ironman championships, and completed the event in under 9 hours three times--including her improbable 8th place finish in the 2018 Kona World Championships after a year-long battle with Lyme disease. Angela caught up with Payson at Red Bull headquarters over the winter where they were participating in a training camp together. They talk about some of the highlights from the camp that pushed the boundaries of sports science, how Angela developed such an incredible capacity for suffering, her trajectory as a pro which included a stint living in a tent, her amazing comeback from Lyme disease and why giving up wasn't an option, her non-profit "I Race Like a Girl", and more. 

May 14 2019 · 1hr 18mins
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Bike Bike Bike, with Carla McKay and Angela Naeth

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All Things Bike! This is a must listen episode for you to improve your bike life from what type of bike to buy to when you need to buy a tri bike, to the importance of the right bike fit, shoes, seats, you name it!

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Mar 06 2019 · 32mins
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Angela Naeth

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When we last spoke with Professional Triathlete, Angela Naeth, she had just been diagnosed with Lyme Disease.  It was uncertain what, if any, results she was going to have in 2018.  But despite tremendous setbacks and a body that just wouldn't cooperate Angela fought and ended her season with some of the best finishes of her career...including 8th place at the Hawaii Ironman World Championship! Angela shows us what it means to have grit.

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Feb 25 2019 · 42mins
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Imagining Your Best 2019, with Carla McKay and Angela Naeth

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Yay for the pre-season! What do you want your 2019 to look like? Tips for rest and recovery, tips for looking at 2018 and focusing on 3 things to improve and how to build into a strong 2019 season.

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Feb 06 2019 · 44mins
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Getting to Know You, with Carla McKay and Angela Naeth

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The first episode of a new Question and Answer format with Carla McKay (Women for Tri) and Angela Naeth (pro triathlete and I Race Like a Girl founder)...for triathletes of all levels. Or for triathletes just getting started.

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Jan 30 2019 · 32mins
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Find Your Awesome with Angela Naeth

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Angela, who has a Bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences and a Masters degree in Physical Therapy, worked as a pediatric and orthopedic physiotherapist for three years before she competed in her first triathlon and quickly made the jump to full-time racing.
Sep 20 2018 · 46mins
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