Jim Knaub

Jim Knaub is a wheelchair racing legend with five Boston Marathon wins and three at the LA Marathon. He was an Olympic Trials pole vaulter on his way to a workout on his motorcycle when a car turned into him and his life was changed forever. His motto? Why walk when you can fly!  …

Milena Glusac

Milena Glusac was running 25 miles a week in high school and dominating. When she went to college, her coaches doubled her running mileage and she ended up with Epstein Barr Syndrome, chronic fatigue, an eating disorder, and multiple stress fractures. After leaving college and connecting with great coaches who kept her mileage low and…

Geraint Thomas

Geraint Thomas is a three-time world champion, a two-time Olympic gold medalist, and the winner of the 2018 Tour de France. Geraint was kind enough to join us at NYTRO for a Q&A on January 5th. He was hilarious and the crowd was HUGE. A big thank you to the new owner of NYTRO, Mike…

Greg Cohen

Greg Cohen is a personal trainer in LA who was diagnosed in 2017 with a rare and incurable auto immune disease called Scleroderma. After getting over the shock of the diagnosis, he decided to train for the 2018 LA Marathon. After running LA again in 2019, the goal for Greg now is to run four…

Classics: Peter Snell

From our Babbittville Vault, this 2006 interview with three-time Olympic gold medalist Peter Snell with my Competitor Radio co-host Paul Huddle is one of my all-time favorites. When he won the 800 meter gold medal in 1960, Sir Peter Snell was only 21 years old and was ranked 25th in the world. He became one…

Charley French

Charley French is 93 years old, was born in 1926, fought in World War II, helped to create the modern ski goggles, and was working with Boone Lennon at Scott USA and tested out the first pair of aerodynamic handlebars that totally changed the sports of triathlon and cycling. Besides that, he is still out…