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Intelligent Racer Interview With Sara McLarty

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Date 01.01.2018
Duration 29 Minutes 15 Seconds
Author The Intelligent Racer
Description In this episode of the Intelligent Racer Podcast, Sara McLarty talks about her athletic background from 7 year old triathlete to professional triathlete and beyond, and her coaching philosophy especially as it relates to swimming. And finally, the swimrun race format by focusing on a race in Sweden called the ÖTILLÖ Swimrun World Championships where teams of two people swim between 26 islands after running across those islands for a total of 10k of swimming and 65k of trail running.
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