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Endurance Hour #128

Endurance Hour Podcast 128 Dave Erickson

Endurance Hour Podcast 128 Dave Erickson

Endurance Hour Podcast #128 (1.16.15) In this episode Dave and Roger talk lens choices for sunglasses, how often you should change your helmet, on-course hydration, professional athlete sponsorship money, racing weight, mental strength vs. excuses, Facebook feedback and lots of other awesome stuff.  Email Dave Erickson and Roger Thompson at EnduranceHour@gmail.com. Find us on Facebook and Twitter, key word “Endurance Hour” and subscribe via iTunes and/or Stitcher Smart Radio. Call anytime at 720-295-9890 (voice mail).

Endurance Hour #128 Video Podcast with Dave Erickson and Roger Thompson

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Dave Erickson is a Multimedia Producer, 5x Ironman Triathlon Finisher, Freelance Reporter, Videographer, Podcaster and Host. Before the Endurance Hour, Dave spent 15 years working as a TV News Anchor and Reporter with international assignments in Iraq, Haiti, Canada, Mexico and Panama. Dave graduated from Washington State University with a degree in Social Sciences.

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