Mauricio Pena – Babbittville

Dream Big   Meet Mauricio Pena….     Find out more about the Angel City Games here.        Find out more about The Challenged Athletes Foundation here, and the San Diego Triathlon Challenge here.      Listen to more interviews on Babbittville Radio here.    Watch more interviews on the Babbittville YouTube channel here.      Sponsors Subscribe…

Ella Rodriquez – Babbittville

Lots of Options Meet Ella Rodriquez….     Find out more about the Angel City Games here.    Find out more about The Challenged Athletes Foundation here, and the San Diego Triathlon Challenge here.      Listen to more interviews on Babbittville Radio here.    Watch more interviews on the Babbittville YouTube channel here.    Sponsors Subscribe to Newsletter Subscribe…

Andrew Seelhoff – Babbittville

      Find out more about the Angel City Games here.        Find out more about The Challenged Athletes Foundation here, and the San Diego Triathlon Challenge here.      Listen to more interviews on Babbittville Radio here.    Watch more interviews on the Babbittville YouTube channel here.  Sponsors Subscribe to Newsletter Subscribe to Babbittville UCAN Toughman…

Super Bowl – Babbittville

In June of 1987, my business partner Lois Schwartz and I launched Competitor Magazine. We’re celebrating our 30th anniversary this month. I will be featuring a few of my favorite editorials and articles from the magazine. You can also check out 11 of my favorite covers here. Editorial By Bob Babbitt Competitor, January/February 1998   Nervous?  Sure,…

Dick and Rick Hoyt – Babbittville

As a dad, what would you do if doctors told you that your son Rick was a vegetable and that he should be institutionalized? If you’re Dick Hoyt, you ignore the experts and prove everyone wrong. They started with Dick pushing Ricky at short running events but quickly moved up to the marathon. The Boston…

My Camelot – Babbittville

I love racing. There is nothing better in the whole wide world. Some people I know get stressed out just thinking about race morning. But for me, if it’s a Saturday or Sunday and there are no numbers scrawled on my legs and arms, I get the shakes. Here is why racing is a heck…