Pease Brothers

When the father and son team of Dick and Rick Hoyt raced the Boston Marathon and the Ironman Triathlon together, Dick always spoke about how racing gave them the opportunity to inspire others to follow their lead. Dick’s message was simple: Everyone can be an athlete, no matter what their challenge. Kyle Pease has Cerebral…

Ed Baker

Ed Baker was the captain of the cross country team at Harvard and after college ran a 1:05:17 half marathon and a 2:21 marathon. After business school at Stanford, Ed started a company that he sold to Facebook, moved from Facebook to a new company called UBER, and started a family. He recently found the…

Thom Richmond: California Triathlon Club

Thom Richmond is the president of the California Triathlon Club. He joined me to explain his decision to follow the New York Road Runners model by creating their own events, starting their own timing company, and to no longer sanction their events with USA Triathlon after 2018. Check out californiatriathlon.org for more information on upcoming events…

Myron Jucha

Myron Jucha was weighing in at over 300 pounds a little over two years ago. Now he is 100 pounds lighter and getting ready to ride his bike 620 miles in seven days down the California coastline as part of the Challenged Athletes Foundation’s Million Dollar Challenge.       Sponsors Subscribe to Newsletter Subscribe…

Ben Bowley from Today’s Plan

When Ben Bowley and his team first launched Today’s Plan, their focus was on creating something great for cyclists. Now, with Coach Jim Vance on board, they have a program they feel is perfect for triathletes and their coaches!       Sponsors Subscribe to Newsletter Subscribe to Babbittville We Are Triathletes Toughman Velofix Polar…

Tony Lee

The date was October 17, 2015 and long-time open water swimmer Tony Lee and a friend were going for a two miler to the Mokulua Islands and back from Lanikai Beach on the island of Oahu. On the way back, still half a mile from shore, Tony was attacked by a tiger shark and his…