Chris Holley – Babbittville

How about this for a transformation? Chris Holley lost 200 pounds and became a triathlete. Chris chats with me about how triathlon changed his life.   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…

Sarah Reinertsen – Babbittville

Sarah Reinertsen is the first single-above-knee amputee woman to finish the Ironman World Championship, starred on the Amazing Race, and is a huge part of the Ossur/CAF sports clinics that are coming to the Nike campus on April 8th.   Subscribe to Babbittville Radio on iTunes   Sponsors Subscribe to Newsletter Subscribe to Babbittville SwimRun…

Oz Sanchez – Babbittville

Oz Sanchez was paralyzed in a motorcycle accident right after leaving the Marines to become a Navy SEAL. With the help and support of CAF’s Operation Rebound, Oz has been to three Paralympic games racing his handcycle and has won two golds, two silvers, and two bronze medals. “CAF paid for the medal,” he insisted.…

Neal Henderson – Babbittville

He went from a professional triathlete to one of the world’s best coaches. You know you’re one of the best when you’ve been honored with the Doc Councilman USOC Coach of the Year Award. Neal Henderson created Apex Coaching in 1999 and has guided great athletes like Flora Duffy, Taylor Phinney, Jamie Whitmore, Evelyn Stevens,…

Calum Neff – Babbittville

Calum Neff ran the 1,500 through high school and college, but his running really blossomed after he became a dad. In 2016 he made it into the Guinness Book of World Records by pushing one daughter in a jogger through a 1:11:27 half marathon and his other daughter to a 2:31:21 marathon. Subscribe to Babbittville…