Patrick Lange

Coming off his 3rd place finish and 2:39:45 record-breaking marathon at the 2016 Ironman World Championship, Patrick Lange of Germany, was looking forward to a great 2017 season. But for three months in 2017 he was so tired he could barely train. When doctors finally figured out his problem, he had very little time to…

Steve Del Monte

Steve Del Monte from DelMoSports has a brand new women’s pool triathlon, the Women’s Philadelphia Triathlon, coming up on July 8th in Philadelphia. We chat about Steve’s background in triathlon, his epic Escape the Cape event, and why he feels pool tri events can help get more new people into the sport.   Subscribe to Babbittville…

Graham Fraser

During this wide ranging interview with Graham Fraser, the Ironman Canada race director who expanded the Ironman footprint throughout the U.S., we chat about his Hall of Fame career as a race director but also about his latest project, which is bringing the amazing story of Tour de France champion – and hero – Gino…

Rob Gray

Rob Gray won the Ultraman World Championship in November after taking second in 2016. In this wide-ranging conversation we went from his three weeks of cake nutrition plan, to racing Ironman Texas on minimal training, to taking over 40 minutes off his double marathon time this year at Ultraman.   Subscribe to Babbittville Radio on…

Paul Newsome and Swim Smooth

Paul Newsome is a long time swimmer, triathlete, and long distance swimmer who trained back in the day with UK triathlon legends Simon Lessing and Julie Dibens. Leading into the first-ever Olympic Triathlon in 2000 in Sydney, Australia, his role was to be Lessing’s ‘swim bitch.’ Newsome created a swim program that is based in…

Glenn Hartrick

Glenn Hartrick was a long-time triathlete who was paralyzed in June of 2014 during a bike ride. His goal became to get back to the starting line of an Ironman and finish. In November of 2017 he made magic at Ironman Florida and his 13:11 was faster than his first-ever Ironman that he did as…