From Joanna Zeiger's web site:
"It is a good time to reflect on the hits and misses of a very long year. Certainly, winning Ironman Brazil and St. Croix were career highlights, but I find it is the races that do not meet expectations that the most learning occurs.
As triathletes, the very attributes that make us successful at what we do, are often our downfall as well. It is extremely difficult to the make the decision not to start a race once we arrive, even if we can barely get out of bed (or the bathroom). And, to pull the plug once the race has begun is a ludicrous notion. We need to be fairer to ourselves – we are not superhuman."
Recently I sat down with Joanna Zeiger and asked her about her professional career. What was it like to win Ironman Brazil last year, and how does it feel to be the first American finisher in the first Olympic Triathlon? What is the day in the life of a pro like?
To find out the interesting answer to these questions, plus much more, you'll have to listen to the Everyman interview.
You can go into iTunes and:
1) Click on the podcast link in the upper left hand corner of iTunes,
2) Click on the Podcast Directory link on the bottom of the page,
3) Now just use the search box located in the bottom left corner of the music store to locate Everymantriathlon and subscribe to my podcast.
The advantage of this is that you'll automatically get every show episode once I add it to iTunes.
Or you can listen (here and now) to the interview by just click the play tab below, or click on the link to the MP3 file and download it to your favorite iPod or MP3 player.