Marko Cheseto

Marko Cheseto came from Kenya to run collegiate track and cross country in Alaska, of all places. After his cousin committed suicide while also running in Alaska, Marko one night went for a run and ended up out in the cold for 55 hours. He ended up losing both legs below the knee. In this…

Pat LaFontaine

Pat LaFontaine is a hockey Hall of Famer who was forced to retire from the sport at the age of 33 because of concussions. In this wide-ranging conversation we follow his journey to the 1984 Olympics and, in the same year, to the Stanley Cup Finals. Pat is also a committed Ironman triathlete and his…

Brian Boyle

It was July 6, 2004, one month after Brian Boyle had graduated from high school. On his way home from swim practice, a speeding truck slammed into the side of Brian’s car and the impact shattered his ribs and pelvis and caused his heart to be thrown across his chest. He was dead on arrival…

Meredith Kessler 2018

Meredith Kessler has completed 61 Ironman races in her career and won 11. Add to that twenty-two 70.3 wins and you have an epic career. Meredith is a new mom, an athlete about to turn 40, and a huge supporter of the Challenged Athletes Foundation. This was simply a great conversation with someone who spent…

Lynn Flanagan

Longtime race director Lynn Flanagan’s new book is called ‘A Life In Motion’ and it chronicles her life from when she left her abusive husband with her four kids and became one of the first women to put on a major marathon. Through her never-take-no-for-an-answer attitude, Lynn Flanagan changed the world of running for the…

Chris Kostman: Adventure Corps

Chris Kostman is the CAO – Chief Adventure Officer – for Adventure CORPS, which puts on the infamous BADWATER 135 mile run across Death Valley coming up July 23-25, along with a number of other BADWATER-branded events around the world. Chris began his career as an endurance athlete by cycling from San Francisco to Los…