RetroRadio is a series of posts of radio interviews from my time working at 98five Sonshine FM covering everything from issues of spirituality to chats with visiting musicians and celebrities.
Hopefully, the interviews spark a few memories and a few thoughts.
If you’re setting your new year’s resolutions at the moment and you are thinking about some fitness goals, here’s a great place to start with some practical ideas on how to make a difference.
Today we’re going back to 2006 and a chat with former Ironman Champion, Guy Leech. Back in 2006 Guy appeared on the Seven Network‘s Australian Celebrity Survivor: Vanuatu, and won a stack of cash which was used to
build two schools in North Cambodia.
Guy has an impressive list of competition achievements.
1983 Australian Marathon Swimming Champion
1984 Coolangatta Gold Ironman (43km) – 1st
1985 Coolangatta Gold Ironman (43km) – 1st
1986 Inaugural Winner of the Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain Ironman
1988 World Ironman Champion – Vancouver Canada
1989 Inaugaral Uncle Toby’s Ironman Champion
1989 Coolangatta Gold Ironman – 1st
1991 World Ocean Surf Ski Champion – Molakai Hawaii
1994 Avon Descent Paddling Champion WA (130km)
Seven Times Winner of the Uncle Toby’s Ironman Series
Represented Australia in Surf Lifesaving, Marathon Swimming
Despite his many achievements at such a high level, his advice for those of us who will never be professional athletes is helpful and achievable.
You can listen to our conversation using the media player below this post.
Have you set any health goals for 2019? Are you healthier at the end of 2018 t
[Note: All RetroRadio interviews on RodneyOlsen.net are a snapshot of the time they were recorded. We all grow and change and so the opinions and thoughts of those in the interviews at the time of recording may or may not necessarily be the same as they are today.]
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