TRS Radio Explores the #50WomenToKona movement and TriEqual.com

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In this interview the leaders of TriEqual.com discuss equality in the sport of triathlon and why it’s important for there to be equal slots for professional women and men at the Ironman World Championship. Why did Hillary resign from the women for triathlon board? What happened at that meeting in Boulder with Andrew Messick? Was it a mistake to turn down the 10 additional slots that were offered. How will this affect age group women and men? Will these women eventually have to either boycott Kona or set cars on fire? Listen and learn.

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Ben Hobbs
Ben Hobbs is Publisher of TRS Triathlon and host of TRS Radio.