On most triathlon and multisport sites they do interviews of the various professional athletes from around the world. That is great and everyone (including myself) loves to read about the lives of the pros. But I realized I wasn’t really learning anything. Their full-time job is that sport and many of them don’t have families or obligations besides training and competing. I wanted to know how real people managed to train and compete in the world of multisports. I decided I would only interview real people with real lives to hopefully shed some light on how the everyday person manages to balance their life, training, and competing. 

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