Breakfast with Bob Stay Home Edition: Lucy Charles-Barclay
It’s not often that someone jumps into the sport of triathlon and has immediate success. But UK’s Lucy Charles-Barclay, in three short years as a pro, has taken second in Kona three years in a row, won the Challenge Championship three times, and in 2019 won Challenge Roth. Next up? She and her hu...
Breakfast with Bob Stay Home Edition: John Maclean
John Maclean was paralyzed from the waist down back in 1988 when he was hit by a truck while out cycling. He was training for a triathlon at the time. He came back to become the first wheelchair athlete to finish the Ironman World Championship in 1997, swim the English channel, and medal in the P...
Breakfast with Bob Stay Home Edition: Jesse Thomas
In his last triathlon before he retired, Jesse Thomas went sub-eight hours at the 2018 Challenge Roth while also running sub-2 : 45 and finishing third. Who else’s last race before they retired was a bucket list sub-eight? Not a bad way for the former Stanford steeplechase star, six-time Wildflo...
Breakfast with Bob Stay Home Edition: Gwen Jorgensen
Gwen Jorgensen didn’t connect with the sport of triathlon until 2010. By 2012 she raced in her first Olympic Games in London and then she became the most dominant triathlete on the planet, winning 13 WTS races in a row before winning the Gold in Rio in 2016. She moved from triathlon to running af...
Breakfast with Bob Stay Home Edition: Jordan Bryden
Canada’s Jordan Bryden got into the sport of triathlon at the age of nine and is coming off of a great year in 2019 where he won both Ultraman Canada and the Ultraman World Championship under the guidance of legendary coach Julie Dibens. We chatted about Jordan's career and the 12- and 24-hour Ju...
It's Breakfast with Bob: Stay Home Edition and we welcome Cam Wurf to the virtual set. Is there a better person to interview when we could all use a little ray of sunshine in our lives than Cam Wurf? The guy is about to become a daddy for the very first time, and who else on the planet has: won I...
Breakfast with Bob Stay Home Edition: Sarah Crowley
Since 2016, Aussie Sarah Crowley has gone fifteenth, third, sixth, and third at the Ironman World Championship. She finished out the 2019 season with a huge win at Ironman Arizona and has been down in Noosa training for the 2020 season. We chatted about everything from her breakthrough season in ...
Breakfast with Bob Stay Home Edition: Chris and Nik Nikic
20-year-old Chris Nikic plans to become the first athlete with Down syndrome to finish a full Ironman and on December 6th he’ll be racing his favorite event at Challenge Daytona. Chris and his dad Nik came on to chat about Chris’ amazing journey.
Breakfast with Bob Stay Home Edition: Bill Christy
Bill Christy is the CEO of Challenge North America and on December 6th, at his Challenge Daytona event on the Daytona Speedway, the top professional triathletes on the planet will be racing for $1,000,000 at the PTO Championship.