Breakfast with Bob New York City Edition: Roderick Sewell
Roderick Sewell just became the first double above knee amputee to finish the Ironman World Championship. His background and journey to the Ironman is just as epic as his accomplishment in Hawaii. We chat about his day in Kona and what's next.
Filmed on location at the New York City Marathon E...
Breakfast with Bob New York City Edition: Rod Dixon
He brought us one of the best marathon finishes ever, when he won the New York City Marathon in 1983: Rod Dixon is one of our favorite people on the planet. He's all in now on his kids marathon program, which is changing lives of kids all around the world. Wonderful chatting with the great Rod Di...
Breakfast with Bob New York City Edition: Marko Cheseto
Marko Cheseto is re-writing the record books and what you may think is possible for a double ampute: runninng 2:42:24 at Boston last April, and 2:37:23 last month in Chicago. How fast can he go? After you spend time with Marko, you realize that nothing can hold him back.
Breakfast with Bob New York City Edition: Kikkan Randall
Kikkan Randall is one of the best American cross-country skiers in history, having made five straight Olympic teams and winning a gold medal in cross-country skiing at the Winter Olympics in 2018. As fiercely as Kikkan tackled goals in the sports realm, she is now also doing so in her fight again...
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...
Breakfast with Bob New York City Edition: Scott Fauble
Scott Fauble ran 2:09:09 at the Boston Marathon last year, finishing in 7th place and as the top American. This followed his 2:12:28 and 7th place finish last year at the New York City Marathon. We chatted about Scott’s love of burritos and running fast at legendary marathons.
Breakfast with Bob New York City Edition: Seth DeMoor
Seth was a high school and collegiate runner, now a father of three and a prolific YouTuber: https://www.youtube.com/sethdemoor
He just ran the Amsterdam Marathon in 2: 23: 37 two weeks ago (his first road marathon), and next up is the New York City Marathon tomorrow. His goal is to run a 2: 19 t...
Breakfast with Bob New York City Edition: Ryan Hall
2008 US Olympic Marathon Trials Champion Ryan Hall, who holds the fastest marathon time ever recorded for an American, 2: 04: 58 at the Boston Marathon in 2011, joined us for a chat on Thursday evening in New York City. Ryan talked about his memories of training with Meb Keflezighi when he was fi...