The Mile after Mile podcast is the best source for motivation and inspiration as you train for your next endurance goal. In each episode I interview an age group athlete who has accomplished something really great in the world of endurance sports.
You can find episodes on iTunes, Stitcher and also at www.mileaftermilepodcast.com
Episode 1: Danielle Cemprola ran 50 marathons before her 30th birthday
Episode 2: Caryn Lubetsky and quadriplegic Kerry Gruson prove together anything is possible by completing Ironman Florida together.
Episode 3: Hector Picard a bilateral arm-amputee let’s nothing stop him from getting where he wants to go even if that’s across the country on a bicycle.
Episode 4: Frank Fumich completes the Virginia quintuple Anvil.
Episode 5: Alene Nitzky tells her Badwater Ultramarathon story.
Episode 6: Jeffrey Kline runs a 12-hour treadmill run, on purpose
Episode 7: Nicole Handler runs the Run Disney Dopey Challenge
Episode 8: Danielle swims 12.5 miles around Key West
Episode 9: Alex runs the iconic Western States Endurance Race. Yes all 100 miles.
Episode 10: Evelyn donates bone marrow but doesn’t let that slow here down in her quest to run 50 marathons
Episode 11: Becca Pizzi runs 7 marathons, in 7 continents in just 7 days
Episode 12: John Horton runs 50 marathons, one in each state, starting at age 60.
Episode 13: Darren Weissman aka Doctor Dribble sets a Guiness World Record.
Episode 14: Courtney runs 50 marathons in 50 states
Episode 15: Barbara Cronin-Stagnari talks about getting to Kona with Graves disease
Episode 16: Joan Deitchman three-time Race Across America (RAAM) finisher
Episode 17: Sonja Wieck Norseman Finisher
Episode 18: Diana McDonald races her first Ironman 70.3
Episode 19: Sarah Williams races the Marathon des Sables
Episode 20: John Young races the Boston Marathon
Episode 22: Jose Sotolongo has a perfect streak with the Miami Marathon
Episode 23: Brad Brown races Ironman South Africa
Episode 24: Steve Walker is a blind athlete. We talk about racing in general and also his experience at the Ironman World Championships in Kona 2015