“The best part of attending an Ultraman event is the life-long friendships you leave with. These events attract remarkable athletes from all walks of life and all corners of the globe. 515 invites you into the lives of these people who make up the Ultra family through conversations hosted by Larry Ryan, co-race director of Ultraman Canada. Join us if you are an Ironman with an aspiration toward Ultraman; if you are a seasoned veteran of Ultratriathlon; or you just want to fill your training hours listening to inspiring stories, about epic events, told by interesting people. There will be plenty of take-aways for your own training and/or your bucket list.”
“What we cover: In 2006, my husband Chad and I got bitten terribly by the Ironman bug. The vibe, the paradigm-busting, the goals set and achieved. And all of this on a backdrop of the incomparable voice of Ironman Canada’s long-time, much-adored announcer, Steve King. However, the more we got to know about Steve, the more we realized his contribution to Ironman was just the tip of the proverbial iceberg.”
“There’s few people in Canadian Triathlon that are as well known as Penticton’s Steve King. He’s right up there with Lori Bowden, Simon Whitfield, Lisa Bentley, and Peter Reid. Of course most people will recognize Steve King’s voice from the finish line of the Granfondo Axel Merckx, Vancouver Marathon, and Ironman Canada from the 1980s to the 2000s but there is a whole lot more to this man than just the voice!”
Checkout ‘Mr Triathlon’ Bob Babbitt interviewing Steve King.
“While Steve King isn’t known massively around the world he is one of the key names in the sport of triathlon in Canada. From the very start of triathlon in Canada Steve has played a big role in the sport. While he is known as the voice of the sport he’s also been a big player in creating the success of sport in Canada. Outside of this Steve also completed many challenging endurance events. In this months show he shares many great stories from his time in the sport.”
Rev. Carrie-Ann Baron, founder of WhiteLight Metaphysical Centre, believes living life with ease and happiness is not only possible, but is our natural flow state. She helps people achieve this by showing them how to connect with their higher selves, the spirit of others, the blessed earth, and the non-physical elements of this world.
In this video Coach Shangrila Rendon interviews an endurance sports legend Steve King about how to achieve the Flow State as an endurance athlete.