One of the projects I set myself in lockdown was to create a series of Podcasts/Zoom calls with Pro-Athletes and offer an insight into their journey of how they became high performing athletes and the lessons they learned along the way.
I am delighted to announce that we can announce our first two athletes who have agreed to come on.
First is British 10,000m Olympian and now a rising star on the triathlon Stage - Beth Potter.
Following Beth will be one of endurance sports most iconic athletes and 4 Time World Champion Chris' Macca' McCormack.
We are very excited and extremely grateful that both these athletes have agreed to take time out and speak to us.
Beth Potter Friday 2nd October @ 1900.
Beth Potter is a British long-distance runner and triathlete. She competed for Great Britain in athletics at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
In 2017 Potter announced that she was planning to make a transition from athletics to triathlon having moved to Leeds to join an elite training group including Alistair Brownlee, Jonathan Brownlee, Vicky Holland and Non Stanford.
2017 was an incredible debut triathlon year for Beth, and her running ability proved to be priceless in the Funchal Sprint Triathlon European Cup when she was able to come back from a minute behind at the start of the run leg to eventually complete the race in first place.
In 2018, Beth made history by becoming the first Scottish Athlete to compete in two sports at the Commonwealth Games.
In 2019 she won the gold medal at the European Triathlon Championships.
Recently in 2020, Beth raced on the ITU circuit coming 21st in the Elite Women's race.
Chris 'Macca' McCormack
Triathlon and Ironman Hall of Fame athlete, 4-time World Champion, Multiple Ironman Hawaii champion, voted World's Fittest Athlete by ESPN, and author of a New York Times bestseller.
McCormack is a two-time winner of the Ironman World Championship, winning the titles in 2007 and 2010. He is also the winner of the 1997 International Triathlon Union (ITU) World Cup
Series, the 1997 ITU Triathlon World Championships, and the 2012 ITU Long Distance World Championships
Macca is considered the best endurance athlete of his generation.