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BETWEEN THRESHOLDS - Episode 20 | We chat with Iban Latasa about technology, the beginning of potentiometers, living the Olympics...

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New year, new episode... and surprise! Today we come with company and we have a great program thanks to a great guest.

We are lucky enough to chat with Iban Latasa, master in biomedical engineering and PhD in the PhD program in Communications Technologies, Bioengineering and Renewable Energies.

In case this resume is not interesting enough, podemos also highlight his 7 years as a rider in the Lizarte team, of which he has also been director and masseur. With several victories in his career (including a stage in the Vuelta a Costa Rica).

Iban Latasa - Tegui Iban Latasa - Lizarte

After his time as a runner, he has been a member of the Costa Rican Olympic team, attending two Olympics, and is waiting to see what happens in Tokyo.

Iban Latasa - Andrey Amador

In short, an episode that you should not (CANNOT!) miss. I won't tell you anything else because I encourage you to discover it for yourself. And if you want to ask Iban a question, take advantage of it, because he will be joining us in one more program.

 

 

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2 Comments

  1. Good morning, please, 1TP10Could you tell me the watch-watches for running that have bigger and clearer numbers-letters?
    I imagine it will be related to the screen size; I'm just looking for that parameter.
    I usually run in the evening and with my Polar M430, I can't see well.
    thank you and sorry for the inconvenience.

    Alfonso Irujo
    Pamplona...

    1. One problem you may have with Polar is that the background is black and the text is white, which does not make it easy to read, especially at night. There are several clocks with a large display that can be configured with a few fields to make them large. One of them can be the Suunto 9The background color can be set to white with black text. Or in Garmin the Vivoactive 4.

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