Minda Dentler

Minda Dentler was born in India and was paralyzed from the hips down from polio. She ended up in an orphanage, was adopted by a family from Spokane, Washington and spent her life with her legs in braces and using crutches. After moving to New York City, she was introduced to wheelchair racing and eventually…

Evan Strong

When he was 17, pro skateboarder Evan Strong borrowed his sister’s motorcycle to go to work and was hit by a drunk driver who was going 65 miles per hour and he ended up losing his left leg. Fast forward to 2018 and Evan is in South Korea to hopefully defend his gold medal in…

Lauren Parker

On April 18, 2017, professional triathlete Lauren Parker from Australia was just a few weeks from her first Ironman as a pro when both tires flatted at the same time during a training ride and she ended up paralyzed from the waist down. In October, the Challenged Athletes Foundation brought Lauren to San Diego for…

UCLA IronBruin Triathlon

Archi Lai and Hannah Grubbs from the UCLA IronBruin Triathlon came on to chat about their February 25th Pool Triathlon event. The event is the perfect way to get into the amazing sport of triathlon!   Subscribe to Babbittville Radio on iTunes Sponsors Subscribe to Newsletter Subscribe to Babbittville SwimRun San Juan Islands Toughman Velofix…

Sarah Reinertsen

Sarah Reinertsen just ran seven half marathons in seven days on seven continents with the World Marathon Challenge. She takes us through the highs and lows of an amazing week!   Subscribe to Babbittville Radio on iTunes Sponsors Subscribe to Newsletter Subscribe to Babbittville SwimRun San Juan Islands Toughman Velofix ATV Swim Spas Links Babbittville…

Alistair Brownlee

England’s Alistair Brownlee is amazing. Along with his brother Jonny, in the 53 ITU races where a Brownlee was on the starting line, either Alistair or Jonny won an astounding 35 times. Alistair takes us through his career from getting into the sport at the age of 8 to his Junior World Championship, to his…

Lionel Sanders 2018

At the 2017 Ironman World Championship Lionel Sanders had a phenomenal race but was caught in the last three miles by Germany’s Patrick Lange. During this conversation, it’s obvious that taking second place left Lionel more motivated than ever to win the big one next October. Lionel shares some of what he learned from the…

Tim Don

For three-time Olympian Tim Don, 2017 was the year that he went went 7:40:23 at Ironman Brazil, the fastest time ever for an Ironman, and also the year where he was hit by a car in Kona three days before the Ironman World Championship and ended up with a fractured C2 vertebrae. Tim is now…