Ep7. Vanessa Kamga
Vanessa Kamga - Discus thrower
"It's the whole journey that matters. It's not just one goal, it's about all the time that lays behind it.
A story about the long term goal and be remembered as one of the greatest."
Ep6. Kim Nilsson
Kim Nilsson was drafted to the men's team when he was 16 years old. After that things leveled up. He was drafted from Färjestaden to AIK, from AIK to Grasshoppers in Switzerland and now FBC Kalmarsund.
He debuted in the World Cup in 2010. Finland won in the final on their home ground. Now he finally has the chance to come back to Finland ten years later, in the World Cup 2020, to bring back the gold.
"You take your car out. Park it in some parking spot and then you take a long nice run. Come back to your car, pick up your bag. Find a windshield and cook food. Finally go to sleep in the forest. When you’ve done that, you can go home and feel pretty good with yourself."
Skyrunner Sebastian Ljungdahl has for the last two years competed in the world series for skyrunning.
Ep4. Hans Christian Tungesvik
Meet Hans Christian Tungesvik, a professional triathlete from Norway. How did he prepare for Ironman Florida and how was it to win Norseman Xtreme Triathlon 2019? A race he had been dreaming of for many years.
Ep3. Moa Tschöp
A story about doing everything in your power to win and to not say sorry for being good. Moa Tschöp plays floorball in Täby FC as a defender.
She has won five gold medals in the Swedish Super League and three World Cup gold medals with the Swedish National team.
Ep2. Alexander Berggren
Since 2018, Alexander Berggren has the Ironman Kalmar swim course record with 45:34. His goal for 2019 is to swim even faster...
Ep1. Alexander Berggren
Episode 1 with Triathlete Alexander Berggren. When he debuted at Ironman Kalmar 2018 he crushed the swim record. He also won is age group and qualified for the World Championships in Kona, Hawaii. But Alexander wants more than swim records. This year he races his first year in the PRO division.