Ryan Bolton – Babbittville

“It means way more to me to have an athlete I coach win than it meant to me to win myself.” Those are the words of 2000 U.S. Olympic triathlete and Ironman Lake Placid Champion Ryan Bolton, who coaches the 2015 Boston Marathon Champion Caroline Rotich from Kenya. What a great conversation! Subscribe to Babbittville…

Willie Stewart – Babbittville

The man they call One Arm Willie Stewart joined me for a little chat after finishing the epic SPY Belgium Waffle Ride – a mere 140 plus miles with 13,000 feet of climbing. Just another on the very long list of amazing accomplishments for this adventure-loving athlete.   Subscribe to Babbittville Radio on iTunes   Sponsors…

Eric Marenburg – Babbittville

The Balboa Park 8 Mile Cross Country Run will be celebrating its 61st anniversary this year and race director Eric Marenburg came on to chat about the San Diego Track Club’s legendary event.   Subscribe to Babbittville Radio on iTunes     Sponsors Subscribe to Newsletter Subscribe to Babbittville SwimRun San Juan Islands Toughman Velofix…

Classics: Bill Rodgers – Babbittville

Classics Interview Series: Bill Rodgers As we head into the 2015 Boston Marathon, it’s the perfect time to go for a run and check out our classic conversation with the great Bill Rodgers.   Subscribe to Babbittville Radio on iTunes     Sponsors Subscribe to Newsletter Subscribe to Babbittville SwimRun San Juan Islands Toughman Velofix…

Liz McIntyre – Babbittville

Eric McIntyre decided to ride his bike 7,000 miles around the U.S. and visit 18 states along the way as part of The Pancreatic Cancer Victory Tour in honor of his wife, Liz. We chatted with Eric on the show already, so this time it was Liz’s turn to take us through her thoughts about Eric’s…

Karen McKeachie – Babbittville

Karen McKeachie is a 15-time National Age Group Champion and a six-time World Champion in triathlon. Growing up in a small town in Michigan, there really weren’t many opportunities for girls to play sports. Karen has more than made up for lost time. When she got into running she set a personal best of 2:48…