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Interview: Parys Edwards joins 32Gi Sports Nutrition
In the second interview of the day, we catch up with pro triathlete Parys Edwards, who is the latest pro triathlete to signup to use 32Gi Sports Nutrition.
She was interviewed recently on their site, which is reproduced here. So if you wanted to get to know Parys Edwards a bit better, here goes!
When did you first decide to focus on sport?
I started the sport of triathlon in 2007 as a complete novice and decided to turn professional in 2014 after winning the age-group world championships twice, and the European and the British and English national titles.
What is your greatest achievements to date?
I’m proud of 14 podium finishes in 17 races, including 5 professional wins. My most memorable win was at Ironman 70.3 Subic Bay.
What is your ultimate goal as a professional triathlete?
To win a full distance Ironman event.
How much training do you do every week?
Somewhere between 25-30 hours a week.
What is your favourite food, movie and drink?
My favourite meal is slow cooked Oxtail stew made by my mum. My favourite film is Despicable Me and my favourite drink is coffee!
If you could be a superhero for a day, which one and why?
The Flash! Then maybe I would be on time for things and I could beat Jan Frodeno’s Ironman world record.