Our guest this week is Alex Yee who has been making a name for himself in triathlon, and athletics. Alex is frighteningly quick on the track and ran a PB of 27.51 to become British 10,000m Champion in May. What's even more remarkable is the fact that he focuses more on triathlon then running, and was recovering from a dreadful crash in 2017! He also hasn't yet turned 21!
*Whether he is aiming for the 10,000m or triathlon or both at the Olympics in Tokyo in 2020
*How he combines training for triathlon and running at the highest level
*What Mo Farah said to him after his bike crash in 2017
*What happened when he got a message from Macca to invite him to take part in Super League
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In episode 201, we had an interview with age grouper Peter McCleave, who was diagnosed with Myeloma just after completing Ironman Wales in 2016. He's set up the website 10000donors.com to increase the number of stem cell donors, and to help find matches for people who are diagnosed with Myeloma. Please register if you can.
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