California Triathlon Soup – USAT CEO Rocky Harris 1st Guest

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    Thom
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      California Triathlon Soup Launches With USAT CEO Rocky Harris

      CALIFORNIA TRIATHLON SOUP PODCAST. We are pleased to launch the California Triathlon Soup podcast which is 2 parts triathlon, 1 part culture and a dash of silly featuring USAT CEO Rocky Harris. February 1 marks the beginning of season 1 with a fresh serving of “Soup” every two weeks over a 12 week period. The guests are top notch as a counterweight to the host’s shear lack of talent and even Erik Schiller’s mad post-production skills might not be enough to make this palatable. Still, we hope you line up like Oliver Twist and find the podcast hearty and not thin gruel.

      EPISODE #1: USA TRIATHLON CEO ROCKY HARRIS. The first 6-episode season launches with USA Triathlon CEO Rocky Harris and Thom Richmond discussing Rocky’s strategy at USAT, the new My Time to Tri Initiative and we get personal with Rocky who details his involvement with Arizona State’s Curtain of Distraction & distant past that includes some sweet hip hop dance moves.

      23 OUNCE CALIFORNIA TRIATHLON SOUP MUG. We encourage you to commemorate what is surely going to be an abject failure by getting a 23 ounce California Triathlon Soup mug when you donate $25 to California Triathlon. For a limited time, use the 50% CALTRI discount code to lower the price to $12.50. That includes shipping via a chartered mule.

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        We have 1 spot left in the 1st 6 Episode series. Who would you like to hear…and George Clooney is not an option?

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          Hmmm…Not really a George fan. [running away to hide]

          Anyway

          You may already have this planned but any chance for someone from the bike industry on where the future of bikes and racing are going. Will we be riding e-bikes in the future during races? Will the pros ever go with disc brakes? With the take off of Zwift racing, are manufactures rethinking their thoughts on bike trainers?

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