Breakfast with Bob 2018 Boston Edition: John and Lizzie Brenkus
John Brenkus, the host and creator of ESPN’s Sports Science and the Brink of Midnight Podcast, stopped by with his wife and Boston Marathoner Lizzie Brenkus to fill us in on his new show that premieres on the NFL Network on April 18th.
If you are a movie buff, you know Sean Astin from his roles in Rudy, Lord of the Rings, and Goonies. In this interview, Sean talks about running marathons in LA and Boston, and how impactful it was for him to finish the 2015 Ironman World Championship. I loved it when he took his camera and gave ...
Breakfast with Bob 2018 Boston Edition: Scott Jurek
Scott Jurek is the seven-time winner of the Western States 100, the two-time winner of The Badwater Ultramarathon and a New York Times Best Selling author. His new book, which he co-authored with his wife Jenny, is called NORTH.
Breakfast with Bob 2018 Boston Edition Dick and Rick Hoyt
Dick and his son Rick are Boston Marathon legends and there is a statue of the two of them on the Boston Marathon course. Dick and Rick also became the first father/son combo to finish the Ironman Triathlon World Championship.
Breakfast with Bob 2018 Boston Edition: Dr Bryon Solberg
Dr. Bryon Solberg was born without the odontoid bone which protects the spine, and is the longest living person surviving with this condition. He has about 10% of the strength he once had in his legs, but despite that he has now run 108 marathons!
Breakfast with Bob 2018 Boston Edition with Ryan Hall
Ryan Hall holds the American Record for the half marathon with a 59:43, he is the only American to go sub 2:05 for the marathon (2:04:58 at the 2011 Boston Marathon) and is a two-time Olympian in the marathon.
Breakfast with Bob 2018 Boston Edition: Caroline Rotich and her coach Ryan Bolton
Caroline Rotich won the 2015 Boston Marathon with a time of 2:24:55. Her coach Ryan Bolton was on the first-ever U.S. Olympic triathlon team in 2000. We chatted with Caroline and Ryan a few days before the Boston Marathon.
Breakfast with Bob 2018 Boston Edition Meb Keflezighi
Meb took home the silver medal in the marathon at the 2004 Olympics in Athens and he came back from a career threatening injury to win the 2009 New York City Marathon. Meb is also the 2014 Boston Marathon Champion. His win in Boston, which came one year after the bombings, is considered one of th...
Tim Don is a three-time Olympian in the sport of triathlon representing Britain, a four- time ITU World Champion and in 2017 he recorded the fastest-ever Ironman Triathlon time with a 7:40:23 at Ironman Brazil. Last October, three days before the Ironman World Championship, Don was hit by a car w...
Breakfast with Bob 2018 Boston Edition: Dave McGillivray
Dave McGillivray is a running legend who is the long-time race director of the Boston Marathon. Among his amazing accomplishments is a streak of running the Boston Marathon every year since 1973. Dave was one of the 108 of us who did the Ironman in 1980, so of course we spent some time taking a t...
Breakfast with Bob 2018 Boston Edition: Sarah Reinertsen and Alec McManus
she also starred on The Amazing Race. Alec is a local leg amputee who would like to get back into running. Watch to see what happens when we surprise Alec with a special gift, and a welcome to the Challenged Athletes Foundation family