Andre Kajlich

Andre Kajlich lost both of his legs above the knee back in 2003 in Prague. When it comes to endurance, he has literally done it all including numerous Ironman and Ultraman races. Next up? On June 13t...

John Kelly

John Kelly ran his first marathon in 2013 at the Marine Corps Marathon, blew up, and still ran 3:38. Just recently he won the infamous Barkley Marathons, which this year was approximately 130 miles l...

Countdown to the 2017 Boston Marathon!

This week on Babbittville….Counting Down to Boston! This week on Babbittville we look forward to the Boston Marathon on Monday, April 17th with a look back at a few of our favorite features and inter...

Classics: Ryan Hall 2011

Classics: From our archives, a classic interview from 2011 with legendary American runner Ryan Hall. We chatted with Ryan Hall right after he ran his marathon PR of 2:04:58 at the Boston Marathon. Ry...

Chris Holley

How about this for a transformation? Chris Holley lost 200 pounds and became a triathlete. Chris chats with me about how triathlon changed his life.   Subscribe to Babbittville Radio on iTunes  ...

Oz Sanchez

Oz Sanchez was paralyzed in a motorcycle accident right after leaving the Marines to become a Navy SEAL. With the help and support of CAF's Operation Rebound, Oz has been to three Paralympic games ra...

Neal Henderson

He went from a professional triathlete to one of the world’s best coaches. You know you’re one of the best when you’ve been honored with the Doc Councilman USOC Coach of the Year Award. Neal Henderso...

Calum Neff

Calum Neff ran the 1,500 through high school and college, but his running really blossomed after he became a dad. In 2016 he made it into the Guinness Book of World Records by pushing one daughter in...