Bill Bell – Babbittville

Bill Bell, a brand new inductee into the USA Triathlon Hall of Fame, is 92 years young and simply one of the legends of triathlon. He didn’t get into endurance sports until he was over 50, but he certainly made up for lost time. He completed over 300 triathlons, 32 Ironman races and 158 marathons…

Stephen Madden – Babbittville

Stephen Madden was the editor-in-chief of Bicycling Magazine. He came on the show to chat about the challenge of covering the Lance Armstrong era, his favorite cycling moments and cyclists, plus his move into CrossFit. His new book, Embrace the Suck, takes you through his journey from a novice in CrossFit to someone who can…

Bob Penny – Babbittville

Bob Penny ran for the South Eugene High School Axemen, a school with a tradition of creating great runners. He is now going through inkshares.com to write a book about the history and tradition of that legendary program and the runners who made it great. The book is called Purple Dynasty: Records, Championships and Tradition-The South…

Scout Bassett – Babbittville

Scout Bassett is 4’9” tall and weighs all of 84 pounds. On a wall inside the Challenged Athletes Foundation headquarters, there is a classic photo of Scout back-to-back with NBA Hall of Famer Bill Walton, who is 6’11” tall. The quote next to the photo? “It’s not how big you are, it’s how big you play.” Scout…

Evie Stevens – Babbittville

Evie Stevens played tennis at Dartmouth and, after college, was working 50 hours a week on Wall Street. So how did she get from Manhattan to London as an Olympic cyclist? Evie’s story is beyond amazing.   Subscribe to Babbittville Radio on iTunes   Sponsors Subscribe to Newsletter Subscribe to Babbittville SwimRun San Juan Islands…