Blake Leeper – Babbittville

Blake Leeper is a double below knee amputee who took home both a bronze and silver medal from the track at the 2012 Paralympics in London. Two years ago he went positive for cocaine and ended up with a two year suspension from the sport he loves. Going positive was the best thing that ever…

Candace Cable – Babbittville

Candace Cable was the first woman to medal in both the Summer and Winter Paralympics, and during her career she won 12 Paralympic medals. In our wide-ranging conversation we chatted about the upcoming U.S Paralympics Track and Field National Championships at UCLA from June 2-4, LA 2024, and the importance of sport. Subscribe to Babbittville…

Oz Sanchez – Babbittville

Oz Sanchez was paralyzed in a motorcycle accident right after leaving the Marines to become a Navy SEAL. With the help and support of CAF’s Operation Rebound, Oz has been to three Paralympic games racing his handcycle and has won two golds, two silvers, and two bronze medals. “CAF paid for the medal,” he insisted.…

Liz Baker – Babbittville

Liz Baker is a sight-impaired triathlete who took fourth at the first-ever Paralympic Paratriathlon. But the real story we discuss takes you deep inside the mind and body of an athlete who had the guts to push herself way past the tipping point while the whole world was watching.   Subscribe to Babbittville Radio on…