Episode 89 with Canadian National Triathlon Champ, Clayton Hutchins: Training, Racing & the Off-Season

In this week’s episode, we talk to Canadian National Champ triathlete, Clayton Hutchins, about:

  • Carbs
  • Triathlon Transitions
  • Activity during the short off-season

Born in Marin County, Calif., Clayton Hutchins is a talented and dedicated triathlete who is a member of the Canadian National Triathlon Team. Since 2019, he has competed at an elite level on 5 continents and has been ranked in the top 100 range in the World Triathlon Rankings. He has a strong athletic background, having been recruited out of high school to California Polytechnic University to the Track & Cross-Country Program, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Kinesiology and received the Male Student-Athlete of the Year award for 2017-18. He is a highly driven and positively minded athlete who meticulously follows his training and is constantly studying all aspects of the sport to improve and maximize his potential. He’s inspired by his grandfather’s Canadian Olympic Track & Field Legacy to compete on the World Stage and strives to compete at the Olympics. He dedicates more than 40 hours per week to training. He’s currently living out of his suitcase and traveling the world, training and racing.

Please note that this podcast is created strictly for educational purposes and should never be used for medical diagnosis and treatment.

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