Joe De Sena – Babbittville

One of Joe De Sena’s early races had a total of eight participants. How things have changed! There are now over 200 Spartan Races around the world drawing over one million participants, plus a top ranked TV show on NBC.   Subscribe to Babbittville Radio on iTunes   Sponsors Subscribe to Newsletter Subscribe to Babbittville…

Classics: Tom Warren – Babbittville

Classics Interview Series:  Tom Warren From the archives, enjoy this classic interview from 2013: Tom Warren is the 1979 Ironman World Champion and one of our all-time favorite people. The guy always comes up with a story we never heard before!   Subscribe to Babbittville Radio on iTunes   Sponsors Subscribe to Newsletter Subscribe to…

Daniel Casara – Babbittville

Daniel Casara was deployed to Iraq in 2005 and on September 23rd of that year the M113 he was on rolled over a tank mine. Two were killed and four, including Sergeant Casara, were seriously injured. He had bilateral fractures to his right tibia and fibula, a shattered left tibia, shattered heel and ankle bones…

Stan Brajer: Polar – Babbittville

How has technology enhanced the wonderful world of endurance sports?  Stan Brajer from Polar, as always, is our go-to guy.   Subscribe to Babbittville Radio on iTunes   Sponsors Subscribe to Newsletter Subscribe to Babbittville SwimRun San Juan Islands Toughman Velofix ATV Swim Spas Links Babbittville Radio on iTunes Babbitt Media Group Babbittville Radio on Stitcher Challenged…

Jonathan Brown – Babbittville

Jonathan Brown had just finished up a long run while trying out for a spot on a Major League Baseball team during Spring Training in Arizona. As he and a friend were leaving a convenience store parking lot in their car, a drunk driver plowed into their vehicle and changed Jonathan’s life forever. His journey…

Blake Leeper – Babbittville

Blake Leeper is a double below knee amputee who took home both a bronze and silver medal from the track at the 2012 Paralympics in London. Two years ago he went positive for cocaine and ended up with a two year suspension from the sport he loves. Going positive was the best thing that ever…