In this episode, Malindi and I discuss:
Malindi Elmore is an 8 time Canadian Champion in track and field, cross country running and road racing. After a long career representing Canada at the Olympic Games, Pan American Games, Commonwealth Games and World Championships in the 1500m race, Malindi retired from competitive sport to pursue other career and family goals. After her first son was born in 2014, Malindi re-invented herself as a triathlete, and competed professionally for 3 years in long course triathlon, which included multiple podium performances and a sub 9 hour ironman. She retired again from sport when she was pregnant with her 2nd son, however, within a few months of his birth she decided to try a marathon. The marathon was so much fun that she was hooked on running again, and in only her second ever marathon, set a Canadian Marathon Record of 2:24 which qualified her for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics which will be held later this summer. At 41 years old, Malindi juggles a busy life as an athlete, coach and mom to two boys who are now 2 and 6 years old.
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