Dave Scott is the six-time Ironman World Champion and the first inductee into the Ironman Triathlon Hall of Fame. ‘The Man’ joined us for a Q&A with the Tri Club of San Diego and we went through his amazing career.
Brad Snyder was injured by an IED blast in Afghanistan on September 7, 2011 and ended up losing vision in both eyes. Exactly one year later he took home a Paralympic gold medal from London. His comeback and his attitude are unbelievable.
Robyn Benincasa is one of the greatest female endurance athletes in history and was just named a CNN Hero. It was the perfect time to chat with the adventure racer, firefighter, and the creator of Project Athena.
At the age of 10, Angela Naeth watched the Ironman World Championship on TV and felt that one day she wanted to give that race a try. Coming off of a sixth place finish at Ironman Melbourne and a win at Ironman Hawaii 70.3, she just might be joining the best in the world at that legendary starting line in Kona on October 11th.
Joanna Zeiger knows just a bit about training. She took fourth place at the first ever Olympic Triathlon in Sydney in 2000, won the 2008 Ironman 70.3 World Championship, took tenth, sixth, sixth, and fourth at the Ironman World Championship, and is looking to make it to the 2016 Olympic Marathon Trials, which would be her seventh Olympic Trials appearance through swimming, triathlon, and the marathon. She came on the show to chat about her career, but also about her brand new coaching program called www.racereadycoaching.com
We were at Runner’s Roost in Denver for a wide-ranging Q&A presented by Tri Rock Colorado and Audi Boulder with two-time Ironman World Champion and course record holder Mirinda Carfrae along with her husband and Ironman Brazil course record holder, Timothy O’Donnell. The conversation was a total blast.
Kyle Maynard was born missing his arms below the elbow and his legs below the knee. But he has never let anything get in the way of his pursuit of greatness. His book, No Excuses, became a New York Times bestseller. Kyle came on the show to chat about playing high school football, his 36 victories as a high school wrestler his senior year after not winning at all as a freshman and sophomore years, winning the ESPN ESPY Award, the challenge of climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro, and his plan to summit Aconcagua next winter.