Dave Mackey

Dave Mackey was the Ultrarunner of the Year in 2011 and completed the brutal Leadman Series of events in 2014. In May of 2015 a boulder fell on his lower leg while he was out trail running and, after enduring 13 surgeries over 17 months he finally had his leg amputated below the knee. He…

Alan Taylor

When it comes to public relations, no one has been more influential in connecting events, media, and his clients than the legendary Alan Taylor. His new book is called A Perfect Pair: Public Relations and Event Promotions and he was kind enough to join me for a great conversation!   Subscribe to Babbittville Radio on iTunes…

Kimee Armour

Kimee Armour was weighing in at 400 pounds and dealing with a disease that attacks the nervous system called Sjögren’s Syndrome. So what did she do? Kimee found the sport of triathlon, completed two full Ironman events, qualified to go to the ITU Duathlon World Championships and represent Team USA, and she now weighs 158…

Sarah True: Road to Kona

Sarah True is a two-time Olympian who quickly transitioned to the Ironman 70.3 distance. Her fourth place at the 2017 Ironman 70.3 World Championship was foreshadowing for her epic race a few weeks ago at Ironman Frankfurt. It was her first full marathon and her first full Ironman but she proved that she certainly was…

Tim Don: From Halo to Hamburg

Tim Don has come back from a broken neck to run 2:49 at the Boston Marathon and to win Ironman 70.3 Costa Rica. His goal of going from a Halo to Hawaii is almost complete. Next up? Ironman Hamburg!       Sponsors Subscribe to Newsletter Subscribe to Babbittville UCAN Toughman Velofix Polar Links Babbittville…

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…