Roger Craig

Roger Craig is the three-time Super Bowl Champion from the San Francisco 49ers and the first running back in history to score three touchdowns in the Super Bowl. His passion now is running marathons and half marathons.       Sponsors Subscribe to Newsletter Subscribe to Babbittville UCAN Toughman Velofix Polar Links Babbittville Radio on…

Talk Story: Hope

Introducing a new feature for Babbittville Radio: Talk Story with Bob Babbitt. I’ll share some of my favorite stories that I’ve collected from my years in the wonderful world of endurance sports.This week it’s Hope: a story about double amputee Rudy Garcia-Tolson at Ironman Arizona… For the first-timers, this day in the desert will be a serious leap…

Matt Sills: Desert Triathlon

The Desert Triathlon is coming up on Sunday March 3rd and race director Matt Sills came on to chat about one of Southern California’s favorite destination races.         Sponsors Subscribe to Newsletter Subscribe to Babbittville UCAN Toughman Velofix Polar Links Babbittville Radio on Apple Podcasts Babbitt Media Group Babbittville Radio on Stitcher Challenged…

Mike Bone: Catalina Marathon

Mike Bone, from Spectrum Sports, puts on the iconic Catalina Marathon that is celebrating it’s 42nd anniversary on Saturday March 9th. If you love running off-road, Catalina is perfect for you!         Sponsors Subscribe to Newsletter Subscribe to Babbittville UCAN Toughman Velofix Polar Links Babbittville Radio on Apple Podcasts Babbitt Media Group…

Dean Harper

Dean Harper is one of the legends of triathlon. He won the first-ever Wildflower Triathlon back in 1983 and was the cover boy for the first-ever edition of Triathlete Magazine. Dean has been the head coach for the Cal Berkeley Bears Triathlon Club for the past six years and we chatted about the importance of…

Kirstie Ennis

Kirstie Ennis graduated high school at 15 and enlisted in the Marines when she was 17. After six years serving as an aerial gunner on helicopters, she survived a crash during a mission over Afghanistan but was seriously injured. Despite losing her left leg above the knee, undergoing 38 surgeries, and having to have her…

Marcus Cook

Marcus Cook was weighing in at 489 pounds when he decided to change his life. He started by walking 20 minutes a day, eventually moved to triathlon, and lost 250 pounds. This past October, Marcus finished the Ironman World Championship. His journey shows once again the power of sport.       Sponsors Subscribe to…

Dr David Clayton

Dr. David Clayton, from RX5, has played a huge role in me dropping 25 pounds and going from 24 percent body fat to 16 percent body fat over the past few years. He came in studio to share his thoughts on how people can become fitter than ever before. Read more about changes I made after…