Alan Webb – Babbittville

Alan Webb is only 31 and holds the American Record for the mile with a 3:46.91. So why did he leave running and become a pro triathlete? Alan shares all in this conversation.           Sponsors Subscribe to Newsletter Subscribe to Babbittville Babbittville On YouTube Toughman Velofix ATV Swim Spas Links Babbittville…

Ronnie Schildknecht – Babbittville

He has finished fourth in Kona , won Ironman Switzerland seven times in a row and, as a tennis player in his youth, Ronnie Schildknecht actually went head-to-head with the great Roger Federer.   Sponsors Subscribe to Newsletter Subscribe to Babbittville Babbittville On YouTube Toughman Velofix ATV Swim Spas Links Babbittville Radio on iTunes Babbitt Media…

David Yates – Babbittville

David Yates is the former President of the Ironman. We chatted about his Ironman days and then his move to the Clearwater Marine Aquarium. David at heart is a storyteller and the amazing success of the Aquarium came after they fabricated a tail for Winter, the dolphin who was in dire shape when she was…

Dave McGillivray – Babbittville

Long-time Boston Marathon Race Director Dave McGillivray is coming back to race the Ironman World Championship this October – with a little help from his friends at Specialized – 34 years after he did his first Ironman when the earth was still cooling back on Oahu in 1980. Our interview covered everything including his Boston streak,…

Sheila Taormina – Babbittville

Sheila Taormina is definitely a one of a kind athlete. She was versatile enough during her awesome career to make it to four Olympic Games in THREE different sports: swimming, triathlon and Modern Pentathlon. Plus, she is a top-selling author  whose latest book, Swim Speed Strokes, from VeloPress just hit the shelves. I love the…

Andre Kajlich – Babbittville

Andre Kajlich just became the first wheelchair bound athlete to finish Ultraman Canada. He has become an amazing athlete who, since losing both legs above the knee in a subway accident in 2003 in Prague, is always looking for the very best way to push himself to the very limit of his endurance. As you’ll…

Eric Gilsenan – Babbittville

Eric Gilsenan has completed the Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon every year since 1989 when he weighed in at over 210 pounds. Finishing that event changed his life forever and his goal for the past two and a half decades has been to help others do the same.       Sponsors Subscribe to Newsletter Subscribe…