Iain Hamilton is race director of the Outlaw series, which currently consists of one full Iron distance race and two half Iron distance races in the UK. Iain has been massively influential on the triathlon scene with the number of different events he has put on over the last three decades. In this interview we’ll hear:
How he got involved in triathlon back in the 1980s
The details of the first triathlon that he organised
His passion for starting an Iron distance race in the UK to compete with the M-dot brand
How he considers the athletes and volunteers at his events to be like his family
Some of the amazing stories of athletes who have changed their lives with the decision to train to complete an Outlaw event.
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