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Sep 12, 2019

Jared Ward is one of America's best marathoners. He finished sixth in the Rio Olympics and ran 2:09 in Boston, and he has high hopes for the TCS New York City Marathon and the upcoming Olympic Trials. He shares his secrets for optimizing his training, nutrition, pacing and mental game so that you, too, might run...


Aug 29, 2019

Brian Reynolds lost both his legs to a childhood illness—and then his athletic career began. Now 31, he holds the world record in the half marathon (1:18:42) and once held it for the marathon (his PR is 3:03:22). But he’s more than just a great athlete. He is remarkably resilient, grounded and optimistic. He talks...


Aug 15, 2019

Axel Merckx is cycling royalty, the son of the legendary Eddy Merckx, who was nicknamed “the Cannibal” for his relentless competitiveness and is widely regarded as the greatest rider in history. Axel aspired to be a soccer start when he was young and got a relatively late start in the family business. But he...


Aug 1, 2019

Episode 8 features an interview with Jeremy McGhee, a multi-sport paraplegic athlete. Jeremy talks about why continuing to be an athlete is so important and life affirming, what he struggles with most in his day-to-day athletic life and what sport he misses most. He shares the complex nature of motivation and...


Jul 18, 2019

Ultra runner Clare Gallagher talked with host David Willey just 10 days after her huge win at Western States, a 100-mile endurance run in California.

The Western States race is regarded as one of the world’s toughest tests of human endurance. It begins in Squaw Valley, California, near Lake Tahoe, and ends on a high...