Chris McCormack, aka Macca, is one of the best-known triathletes in the world. He won the 2007 Ironman World Championship after six attempts, gaining notoriety as perhaps the hardest working and most singularly-focused athlete in triathlon.
This year will mark the 10th Ironman Lake Placid. Race Director Jeff Edwards has been there since beginning, starting out as a volunteer in 1999 before picking up the reins to manage the event. In this interview, Mr. Edwards talks about the 2007 race, his background in race production and what we can expect at the race in 2008.