About this episode

Klodian Mitri is a triathlete turned trail runner now living in Utah, born and raised in Albania who came to the US in the late 90’s. 

In this episode we talked about:

  • being a parent in the time of COVID
  • traveling
  • living in Utah
  • going from being a triathlete to more of a dedicated runner
  • going from his first sprint tri on three days notice to Ironman Kona
  • the best “borrowing a wetsuit story” ever
  • his marathon goals
  • his community
  • his yearly bagel consumption
  • what he’s scared of

Follow along with Klodian’s adventures and quest to meet Ryan Gosling at instagram.com/klodiangosling

This podcast is sponsored by RAD Boulder. RAD stands for Real Athlete Diets, and is a Boulder based small business that supports a ton of amazing runners in the trail community. I’ve used their meal prep services for events in Colorado and the food is absolutely incredible. 

They now offer a box available anywhere in the US that has some of their favorites, including a seed mix, an amazing vinaigrette, and if you’re still looking for a sour dough starter, you’ll find one in there too.

They’re also donating 10% of all sales from this box to National Black Food Justice Alliance, which is focused on building and organizing for food sovereignty, land and justice.

Head to RADBoulder.com to learn more!

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