Bill Rodgers – Babbittville

He is the four-time winner of both the Boston Marathon and the New York City Marathon. He ran 59 marathons in his career and went sub-2:15 an unbelievable 28 times. Bill Rodgers came on to chat about his big wins, his races against Frank Shorter, and the pixie dust his Greater Boston Track Club coach…

Nicola Spirig – Babbittville

Nicola Spirig from Switzerland was born on February 7, 1982, one day after the classic race in Kona where Kathleen McCartney won the Ironman while Julie Moss crawled to the finish and immortality. Obviously destined to be a triathlete, Nicola started in the sport at the age of 10 and made her first Olympic Team…

Lisa Jhung – Babbittville

Lisa Jhung’s new book is called Trailhead: The Dirt On All things Trail Running and it’s awesome. To run forever, the reality is that you need to incorporate trails into your life. Beyond the nuts and bolts of how and why to run on dirt, the format, the style, and the graphics make the book a…

Liz Lyles – Babbittville

Liz Lyles did her first triathlon in a surfing wetsuit and on a borrowed mountain bike without clip on pedals. She won her age group. The mother of two turned pro in 2012 and won Ironman Wisconsin that same summer. In October of 2014 she was the first American when she took seventh at the…

Jeff Carr – Babbittville

Jeff Carr is the COO of the Special Olympics World Games that will be in Los Angeles from July 25th – August 2nd. The event will have a financial impact of $450 million dollars, and 7,000 athletes from 177 countries will be in town for the festivities. Check out la2015.org for more information.   Sponsors Subscribe to…

Scott Molina – Babbittville

Scott Molina was nicknamed ‘The Terminator’ and during his triathlon career he won 104 races including 50 USTS events, two World’s Toughest titles, plus a huge win at the 1988 Ironman Triathlon World Championship. We chatted about his long training partners and fellow legends Mark Allen and Scott Tinley, the athlete who would displace him…

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…