Tag: lance armstrong
PJ Rabice is a cyclist and triathlete who has done it all. His odyssey has taken him from USA Luge to ESPN’s Great Outdoor Games to Lance Armstrong’s Discovery Cycling Team to Road ID.
When it comes to discussing performance enhancing drugs, our go-to guy has always been Mark Zeigler from the San Diego Union Tribune. He came in-studio for a wide ranging discussion that included his thoughts on Tyler, Floyd and, of course, Lance. Listen carefully: The lead in to the interview features a classic Lance soundbite about his former teammate Tyler Hamilton’s propensity for crashing.
Alberto Salazar is a true legend, first as an athlete and now as a coach. His stories from his three New York City Marathon wins, his Boston victory over Dick Beardsley and dealing with the great Henry Rono are fun to listen to. Lance Armstrong has also reached out for a little run coaching and Alberto shared some great insight into Lance’s running prep for triathlon.
Mark Zeigler is the award winning writer for the San Diego Union Tribune who focuses on the Olympics and performance enhancing drugs in sport. He came on to fill us in on what is happening with the Lance Armstrong investigation.
Nick Radkewich was on the first ever US Olympic Triathlon team back in 2000 in Sydney, Australia and is now coaching pros and age groups through www.triavenger.com. Yes, he was an Olympian and yes he ran at Notre Dame. But what is the most impressive stat on Mr. Radkewich? When he was 14 he defeated a fellow teenager for the IronKids National Championship named Lance Armstrong.
Roy Knickman had an amazing cycling career. How many riders had the opportunity to ride with Bernard Hinault, Greg LeMond, Davis Phinney, Ron Kiefel, Bob Roll and Andy Hamspten, among others. Roy came on with Huddle and I to chat about his cycling career and the challenges he and his family have faced since his 13 year old son Andreas was diagnosed with cancer.
Chris Carmichael started racing his bike in Florida at the ripe old age of 9. Who would have figured that he would eventually become a professional bike racer and coach Lance Armstrong, the greatest cyclist in history?
Monique Henderson traveled to Australia as a member of her first Olympic team when she was 17 years old. She was an alternate for the 4×400 relay team in Sydney, but four years later, in Athens, she took home the Gold Medal. Her proud dad and Monique came into studio with Bob and Paul to go through her amazing career.