Mark Beal – Babbittville

Mark Beal’s new book 101 Lessons They Never Taught You In College is a must read for anyone looking to be successful in business. I chat with the seasoned marketing and PR pro about some of his early success stories, including the Danskin Women’s Triathlon Series and the Ironman World Championship.   Subscribe to Babbittville Radio…

Jessica Leonard and Nancy Heydinger – Babbittville

Teammates on the Hyland’s Powered Women’s Boston Marathon team, Jessica Leonard and Nancy Heydinger chatted with us at the Boston Marathon Expo about the Girls on the Run program, the significance of running the Boston Marathon, and their journeys to get to the starting line. Watch the video interview with Jessica and Nancy here. Subscribe to Babbittville Radio…

Mary Beth Ellis – Babbittville

From our Postcards from Boston Series: Mary Beth Ellis, the 2015 ITU Long Distance Triathlon World Champion joined us for a chat at the Boston Marathon Expo. Mary Beth explained how she got the nickname the Honey Badger from her Coach Brett Sutton. She talked about what she learned from training with greats like Chrissie, Rinny,…

Lisa Roberts – Babbittville

Lisa Roberts has been one of America’s top long distance triathletes for the past few years. Now that she is working with coaching legend Brett Sutton, the sky is the limit!   Subscribe to Babbittville Radio on iTunes   Sponsors Subscribe to Newsletter Subscribe to Babbittville SwimRun San Juan Islands Toughman Velofix ATV Swim Spas…

Andre Kajlich – Babbittville

Andre Kajlich lost both of his legs above the knee back in 2003 in Prague. When it comes to endurance, he has literally done it all including numerous Ironman and Ultraman races. Next up? On June 13th he will attempt to become the first handcyclist to complete the 3,000 mile Race Across America while raising…

John Kelly – Babbittville

John Kelly ran his first marathon in 2013 at the Marine Corps Marathon, blew up, and still ran 3:38. Just recently he won the infamous Barkley Marathons, which this year was approximately 130 miles long with about 68,000 feet of ups and downs. John’s story of falling asleep during the last of the five laps…