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Leadville — The 100 Mile Mountain Bike Race Podcast, p/b Floyd's of Leadville is the show for people racing (or just interested in) The Leadville Trail 100 Mountain Bike Race. Fatty (a 22-time LT100 finisher), Hottie, and a host of experts answer your questions, give you training tips, detail the course, and tells the stories about the highest and hardest one-day mountain bike race in America: The Leadville Trail 100 Mountain Bike Race.
 
Athlinks is the world's largest results database with a mission of making it easier for more people to race more often and have more fun in the process. This podcast will feature interviews with athletes around the world as they prepare for events as well as the folks who make and support the products and services that we endurance athletes love and rely on to accomplish our goals.
 
Welcome to your KINGDOMZ INSIDER with the McCarroll'sEach Friday married couple Aundrea & Craig share their lessons and insights from with in their kingdom regarding the joys of starting companies while staying connected as a couple & raising kids as a blended family in this CRAZY modern world. Never claiming to be experts in these fields they invite one in to join for a once a month discussion.You can follow the host on Instagram @kingdomzqueen & @coachcraig__ www.kingdomzinsider.com
 
Welcome to Crank N Sprockets, a weekly call-in podcast that answers your questions provides insights and advice and starts a conversation about Bicycles. Think Car Talk for Bikes!Every episode features a special guest who rides a bicycle. Musician Al Doughty from Jesus Jones. Individuals who are making an impact on bikes like Louis Moore, president and founding member of a bicycle club named after the fastest bike rider in the world in 1899 who just happened to be African American, Major Tay ...
 
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Ep 005 - Lindsey and Chris Sachs Set big goals, win big prizes. Like a happy, thriving, successful marriage that serves as the launchpad for a husband and wife team to each race 100 miles - him by mountain bike, her by trail shoe - farther, faster, and happier than they could have on their own. On the podcast today, I sat down with Chris and Lindse…
 
Like Thelma and Louise, our guests today take an epic leap from a cliff – only they land in the Pacific Ocean off the shores of Catalina Island. Hear their race recap of the 2020 Ötillö, a race featuring a total of 7km of swimming intermixed with 31km of running. If you're looking for something a bit more challenging than your neighborhood 5k run, …
 
Are you interested in starting your own business? Then this episode is for you! Today we’re speaking with Army Veteran, Jerry Quinn, CFO of American Armed Forces Mutual Aid Association (AAFMAA). Jerry speaks about his time in the Army, leaving Active Duty to go to college and his transition to the Army Reserves. Jerry speaks about exactly how he tr…
 
Michelle Duffy Imagine being buried alive inside your own body. As rescue workers and loved ones work furiosly to save your life, they are unable to hear the words that are so clearly formed in your brain, but unable to manifest from your lips. On the podcast today, we hear the terrifying and ultimately triumphant tale of Michelle Duffy, who, at 29…
 
Two roads diverged in a wood, and 200 gravel riders in Pennsylvania took the one less traveled by. And this damned COVID made all the difference. On the podcast today, we relive the 2020 riding of unPAved, a 120 mile gravel race through the Susquehanna River Valley in PA as told by its race director, Dave Pryor, and Kelly Catale, it's female race w…
 
A Texas firebrand learns to repair Helicopters - and bodies - in the Navy and spends the next 25 years crossing finish lines in races like the Spartan Death Race and World's Toughest Mudder while energizing literally millions of athletes. Today's guest, Yancy Culp - program manager for Spartan's DEKA product shares it all on the Podcast. Make sure …
 
Today we’re speaking with Marine Veteran, Jason Boyce, from Avenue 7 Media and co-author of “The Amazon Jungle”, who talks to us about running an Amazon business! He speaks about why he joined the Marines after graduating from college and how the lessons helped him excell in entrepreneurship. He entered the world of entrepreneurship when he joined …
 
008 - Brian Hoover He lives in a van, down by the river ... and he f@ing loves it! Bonafide Van-lifer, Pacific Crest Trail hiker, Mississippi River paddler, and - if his past performance is any indication of future success - soon to be Baja Trail Mountain Biker. On the podcast today, we swap river stories with Brian Hoover and relive moments of h…
 
007 - Anthony Famiglietti When logic and reasoning fails, begging and pleading gives way to an act of defiance against coach's wishes that placed a live-wire runner into his very first Steeplechase, kickstarting a career highlighted by 2 Olympic games. On the podcast today, we take a long, slow run through the mind of Anthony "Fam" Famiglietti. Oly…
 
006 - Nick Symmonds Naivety and a hunger for respect drives a brash, stocky runner from Boise, Idaho with a Hollywood smile to 7 NCAA titles in the 800 and 1500 meters, and back-to-back Olympic games in Beijing and London. On the podcast today, we are joined by Nick Symmonds - Olympian, Social Media supernova, and entrepreneur. Nick walks us throug…
 
We're speaking with Donny Brazeal and Mike Madrid, who are both Active Duty Navy who started a coffee business called Project Buna. Donny and Mike both speak about their unique experiences in the Navy. Donny and Mike met during a sea tour in Rota, Spain where they discovered their love for coffee through a coffee club they were a part of. After the…
 
They say that the best camera is the one that's already in your hand. And when you're running as fast as @BoulderRunner, Todd Straka, you use every advantage to stay in the moment - and beauty of Colorado's Front Range - as you capture it all through your cell phone's lens. Join Todd and I as we kick around confluence Park in downtown Denver to tal…
 
Ep 004 - Ted Kennedy What happens when a Canadian executive, next in line for the top spot in a multi-billion dollar consumer packaged goods company ditches his suit and tie and takes a leap of faith to help build one of the most iconic race brands in all of endurance sports - Ironman North America. On today's podcast, I spoke with Ted Kennedy abou…
 
We're speaking with AirForce Veteran, Robert Owens, author and athlete. Robert is coined as the “fittest sixty-six year old in the world”. Robert speaks about his experiences in the military, his career in public speaking and how being a caregiver for his father helped him discover his entrepreneurial spirit. Robert has completed 12 Ironman Competi…
 
Ep 003 - Mike Milici Mike Milici is the President of ChronoTrack - one of the top race timing hardware and software companies in the world. We talk about ChronoTrack's place in the market and the affects of COVID as well as Mike's experience in 2018 at the Leadville 100 MTB Stage Race. Mike's Athlinks Profile https://www.athlinks.com/athletes/28093…
 
Ep 002 - Frankie Ruiz How much of a difference can one person make on one of America's largest, most diverse, and least healthy cities? Fueled by a passion for running, love for his home town of Miami, Florida, and a noticable void in the U.S. Marathon market, Frankie Ruiz co-founded the Miami Marathon in 2003 leveraging family and friends, his eme…
 
We're speaking with Army Veteran, Tony Hofmann, the current Public Works Director of the City of Overland Park, Kansas, author and the founder of Team Leadville. Tony speaks about his 26 year Army career and how he transitioned to the civilian world and the world of entrepreneurship. Team Leadville runs marathons while raising money to end Veteran …
 
Introducing the Athlinks Podcast, hosted by founder & President Troy Busot. Athlinks Profile: https://www.athlinks.com/athletes/10000 The goal of Athlinks has always been to make racing and event participation more accessible to everyone, regardless of background - athletic or otherwise. "More people, racing more often, having more fun in the proce…
 
We're speaking with Dan Purcell, owner of Virgo Development- an app and development startup. Dan shares about his childhood in Japan where his parents owned and operated an English Speaking School. He speaks about living in Japan and moving back to the United States and settling in Utah with his family. His Dad was an entrepreneur and this helped l…
 
We're speaking with Canadian Army Veteran and former Police SWAT team leader, Todd Lamb. Todd shares about his career in the Canadian Army and how he got his start in the all-natural and organic industry with his company, “PureLife Organics”. He speaks about why he chose to give up his career to go full time in entrepreneurship. What started as a j…
 
This week, we’re speaking to a couple that used their love for wine to create their own business! We're speaking with Marine Corps Veteran, Aaron Johnsen and his wife Kellie - who together started Experience Winefulness8. Aaron shares his experiences from enlistment to being commissioned as an officer. While Kellie shares her experiences as a milit…
 
We're speaking with Marine Corps and Air Force Reserves Veteran, Lawrence Colby. Lawrence shares about the ins and outs of creating and writing aviation thrillers and how his own career experiences contributed to his stories. Lawrence speaks about his career in the Marine Corps and how he transitioned to the Air Force Reserves. He speaks about how …
 
Today’s episode is one that is relatable to both Active Duty and military spouses! We're speaking with Air Force Veteran and military spouse, Ashley Schmitt, who started Publish With Ashley. Ashley speaks about her exciting Air Force career and her transition to being a military spouse and then entrepreneurship. She speaks about how she stumbled in…
 
Our first guest this season was Michelle Duffy, Associate Marketing Director at Life Time, talking about the LT100 2020 registration challenges. Little did she (or we!) know that by the time we talked again, that would be the smallest challenge the team (and she personally) would have dealt with. We're happy to have the 2020 season behind us, to be…
 
We're speaking with Army Veteran, Leo Acevedo, who started Dyanmic Wallcoverings. Leo speaks about his unique Army career and his transition to entrepreneurship. He speaks candidly about the ups and downs he experienced when starting his own business as well as using the SCORE program, which helped set him up for success with Dynamic Wallcoverings.…
 
We're speaking with Army Veteran, Dean Wegner, who created a made-in-the-USA apparel brand "Authentically American". Dean speaks about how his career in the Army started at Westpoint and included both flight school and ranger school. While Active Duty, Dean went back to school to receive his MBA, which helped him transition from the Army to the Bus…
 
Kimo Seymour — President of events and media at Life Time, not only has his thousand-mile buckle, he’s finished the Leadville 100 UNDER eight hours every time he’s raced. In other words, we could learn a thing or two about this race from this guy. But we didn't bring Kimo on to talk about the course or race day tactics (at least not this time). It’…
 
We're speaking with Army Veteran, Ian Sparks, who along with his brother created Battle Bars - a protein bar created for those who accept nothing less than victory, from the battle field to the gym. Battle Bars are created with handcrafted ingredients, an amazing taste, texture and no artificial sweeteners to help you have the energy to face all of…
 
There are exactly TWO people who have done the Leadville 100 every single time it’s been held. John Callahan is of course one of those two, and TODD MURRAY is the other...and we’ve got a full hour with him. There’s literally nobody with more experience with this race, and it was an amazing honor to swap stories with him for an hour.…
 
We have a great episode today that is perfect for those who are interested in the trade industry! We're speaking with Air Force Veteran, Chaunte Hall, President of Victory Trades Alliance, a company that helps Veterans find high paying and high demand jobs - no matter where they are! Chaunte speaks about growing up in a military environment, which …
 
Brian McCulloch is a good coah -- he'll assess your fitness, help you set goals, and put together a plan. But Brian also brings something exceptional to the coaching table: remarkably infectious enthusiasm. Brian has boatloads of energy, and boy do we need that now. So get ready for some training focus reload and some great stories too.…
 
Today, We're speaking with Air Force Veteran, Andrew Juden, and Army Guard Veteran, Mike Allen, the founders of 5th Meridian Group, a transportation and security group that caters to the cannabis industry in Missouri. After realizing the defined need of security within this industry, Juden and Allen were inspired to create 5th Meridian Group. 5th M…
 
Last Tuesday, Fatty and Lisa went to Leadville, checked into their AirBnB, went to bed, and then got up and rode the Leadville 100 course — with a stowed ice chest as their sole support. It was a hard day. A slow day. A day of re-learning some very important things about the Leadville 100.
 
Are you anticipating a life transition in the near future? Then this episode is for you! We're speaking with Air Force Veteran, Khemit Bailey, owner of The Character Arc. Khemit speaks about his Air Force career and his transition to civilian life. While in the Air Force he worked in the Intelligence field where he learned Mandarin-Chinese. After t…
 
This weeks guest has an excellent story of perseverance, determination and grit! We're speaking Army Veteran and Silver Star recipient John Wayne Walding , owner of the beverage company Live To Give. John speaks about his Army career, the challenges he faced after losing his leg and how he entered entrepreneurship with Live to Give. He speaks candi…
 
Have you ever seen a racer on a Singlespeed at the Leadville 100 and wondered, "Why would someone do THAT?" Well, this is the episode that tries to answer that question. Fatty has raced on a singlespeed for six of his 22 finishes — even winning the category once. Fatty's built (and will talk at length about) the singlespeed of his dreams for the 20…
 
Are you transitioning from the military? Then this episode is for you! We're speaking with Dr. Thomas Moorman, Provost and School Director at Perfect Technician Academy, a trades training school with a focus on helping transitioning Veterans find sustainable and lucrative careers in the HVAC industry. Dr. Moorman speaks about growing up in a milita…
 
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