DC Rainmaker on IMTalk this week

IMTalkLogoJust a quick heads up to let you know that I recorded a great session with the guys behind IMTalk a few hours ago, which is now available through either iTunes or simple MP3.  It’s listed as Episode 302.

For those not familiar, IMTalk is pretty much the show in triathlon podcasts – hosting virtually every big name in the sport.   Mirinda Carfrae, Macca, Alistair Brownlee, WTC CEO Andrew Messick, Joe Friel, Gordo, Hunter Allen, Jordan Rapp, Faris Al Sultan, Hillary Biscay, and on and on and on.

The who’s who of the triathlon world.  But apparently, none of those folks were available today…so you got me instead. :)

We chatted about what’s on the horizon for sports technology, as well as a bit about me, my training, balancing work and blog, exactly how product reviews work from UPS truck to publishing, and all assortment of other triathlon goodness.  They even asked what I thought the biggest sports technology product disaster ever was… good times!

So, swing on over and give it a listen.  The episode is about 30 minutes long, so it’s easily consumable.  Again, it should show up in their iTunes Podcast feed any second now, or just use the MP3 link which is live now.

Enjoy, and thanks for reading (or, listening in this case)!

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4 Comments

  1. Great Thanks!

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  2. http://irongirl101.blogspot.com.au/

    Great interview!

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  3. Ken Daullary

    Great interview Ray. Cool to hear you on one of my favorite an snot popular po casts out there.

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    • Ken Daullary replied

      Doh autocorrect. Most popular pod casts.
      Heh

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