Milena Glusac

Milena Glusac was running 25 miles a week in high school and dominating. When she went to college, her coaches doubled her running mileage and she ended up with Epstein Barr Syndrome, chronic fatigue, an eating disorder, and multiple stress fractures. After leaving college and connecting with great coaches who kept her mileage low and…

David Bailey

David Bailey was on the very top of the motocross world when he was paralyzed in January of 1987. He came back from that tragedy to have three epic battles in Kona with Navy SEAL Carlos Moleda in the handcycle division. In this conversation David takes us through his journey to the very top in…

Greg Cohen

Greg Cohen is a personal trainer in LA who was diagnosed in 2017 with a rare and incurable auto immune disease called Scleroderma. After getting over the shock of the diagnosis, he decided to train for the 2018 LA Marathon. After running LA again in 2019, the goal for Greg now is to run four…

Rob Mendez

Rob Mendez was born without arms or legs but overcame every obstacle in his way to coach high school football. This summer he was honored by ESPN with the 2019 Jimmy V Award for Perseverance.       Sponsors Subscribe to Newsletter Subscribe to Babbittville UCAN Toughman Velofix Polar Links Babbittville Radio on Apple Podcasts…

Top Nine 2019

Thank you to all our great Babbittville on Instagram friends for following along with us in 2019 as we celebrated the wonderful world of endurance sports and all the amazing athletes we got to spend time with and the events we got to enjoy. Here’s a look back at our Top Nine Instagram posts from…

Emmanuel Ofosu Yeboah

CAF’s Emmanuel Ofosu Yeboah, from Ghana, went from shining shoes on a street corner to riding a bike across his country on one leg on a mountain bike to having a movie made on his life that was narrated by Oprah. Can one person change the plight of the disabled in their country? Emmanuel would…