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Formerly, The Athlinks Podcast, Faster Forward is a show where we sit down and talk with some amazing people from the endurance community. Age groupers and olympians. Adventurers and Explorers. Hosted by Athlinks Founder, Troy Busot, we discuss their successes and failures. About falling down, getting back up and never ever quitting. While it's not always about finishing, it is most definitely about starting and getting on a journey faster forward.
 
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Our guest for Episode 54 is Jon Levitt - Ultra Runner and host of the FOR THE LONG RUN podcast. "I created this podcast to explore the why behind what keeps runners running long, strong, and motivated."" A runner, cyclist and podcast host from Boston, MA. Jon also works for an amazing company, InsideTracker, as a Sales and Endurance Team Manager. I…
 
A self-professed nerd from Stanford to which she earned a swimming scholarship after breaking state and national records as a youth, our guest pivoted to the Stanford cycling team after a shoulder injury pulled her from the pool. After graduation, Amber moved to Austria, where she lived and raced full-time on the World-Cup circuit in Europe from 20…
 
A self-professed nerd from Stanford to which she earned a swimming scholarship after breaking state and national records as a youth, our guest pivoted to the Stanford cycling team after a shoulder injury pulled her from the pool. After graduation, Amber moved to Austria, where she lived and raced full-time on the World-Cup circuit in Europe from 20…
 
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By the age of 20, Cat Bradley had run her first 50K. By 23, she had bagged multiple ultra trail running wins including a victory at Western States 100 and top 10 finishes and podiums at some of the word's biggest races like Leadville 100 and UTMB. She even had time to score an FTK, becoming the first woman to go under 8 hours on the Grand Canyon's …
 
On today's show, we have a very special treat in the form of the Trail & Ultra Running Husband and Wife team of Abby and Cordis Hall. Abby has been lighting up the ultra scene with multiple finishes over the years at races like the North Face Endurance Challenge, Leadville Trail 100, and of course Ultra Trail du Mont-Blanc or UTMB - most recently w…
 
Our guests for episode 49 are no strangers to the podcast - the King and Queen of FKTs Jason Hardrath and Ashly Winchester join us today as they team up to talk about doing massive efforts - Ashly with an unsupported record on the JMT - or John Muir Trail and Jason collecting his 100th FKT by bagging Washington's 100 highest peaks on Bulger's. We t…
 
Our guest for Episode 48 is Ben Davis, a former Navy SEAL who uses his love for the outdoors, military and combat experience, and finishes at the Leadville and Shenandoah 100 mile mountain bike races in his current position as Executive Director at VOAG - or Veterans' Outdoor Advocacy Group - to advocate on behalf of veterans for the use of outdoor…
 
With an Olympic hopeful runner for a father, and not wanting to compete with his siblings in the family business of running, Dan King pushed off his destiny early in his athletic life with wrestling and other activities. In an effort to build fitness in the off season, he finally succumbed to Cross Country where he would show some of the early tale…
 
Ryan Krol of Boundless Endurance Coaching is our guest for Episode 46. Ryan's love for running ultra distances and exploring the mountains ignites his passion for showing people how to enjoy a lifestyle centered on fitness and health. With over 50 ultra marathon finishes of his own - and 2 6th Place finishes in the multi-race Leadman Challenge - Ry…
 
Today's guest is Taylor Lideen - this year's overall winner of the Unbound Gravel XL race - a 350 mile sufferfest through the Flint Hills of Kansas. Formerly known as Dirty Kanza, the race challenged Taylor to the bitter end through nearly 24 hours of racing. We talk at great length about that race, the preparation and physical and mental side of u…
 
Welcome back everybody - after a bit of a Summer break, we are back with new episodes of the podcast. As always, I am your host Troy Busot and right out of the gate we have a conversation with an amazing running who will be representing her home country of Mexico in the upcoming Olympics in Tokyo. Imagine yourself at 11 years old. Growing up in a s…
 
Welcome back everybody - after a bit of a Summer break, we are back with new episodes of the podcast. As always, I am your host Troy Busot and right out of the gate we have a conversation with an amazing running who will be representing her home country of Mexico in the upcoming Olympics in Tokyo. Imagine yourself at 11 years old. Growing up in a s…
 
42 - Phil Pinti Phil Pinti - aka @macho_man_runneth - cruised into his 30s with brass ring firmly in hand. A post-9/11 stint in the Marines had him deployed to - and now safely home from Iraq. Married to his college sweetheart and the love of his life and raising two beautiful young children. A life-long athlete, our guest made the Hershey Half Mar…
 
Think back to Junior High. What were your highlights? Your accomplishments? Today's guest was introduced to running by his elementary school's P.E. coach who organized a daily run and jog for his students. Being somewhat socially awkward, this young man spent his lunch hour running laps and eventually logging over 60 miles as a 6th grader. Before m…
 
After an arm injury cut his collegeate pitching career short, you could say that today's guest took some off of athletics. So much so, in fact, that he gained the weight equivalent of another version of himself - 180 pounds to be exact. After some failed attempts to reverse course and resigned to this fate, he told his folks that maybe they should …
 
The Athlinks Podcast Hosted by Troy Busot When you make a living from the things that you love, you end up spending your whole life immersed in your passions. Host of the hit podcast Marni on the Move, Founder and CEO of the Salup Group specializing in marketing and branding for active lifestyle events with companies like Soul Cycle and Athleta, sh…
 
Born in Canada, Today's guest - Juan Carlos Obando moved with his family to Ecuador as a youngster where he learned to play soccer - a game that gave him a love of running that would stick with him throughout his life. After moving back to Toronto, soccer eventually turned to wrestling and weight lifting and a friendly invitation to a Spartan Race …
 
Today's guest is an ultra runner, a podcaster, and the author of The Way of the Runner, Running with the Kenyans, and my favorite running book of all, The Rise of the Ultra Runners. Adharanand Finn joins us to talk about his journey from middle school athletics to a sub-three hour New York City marathon and then a fateful assignment that placed him…
 
Today's Guest needs little introduction. He is a former professional cyclist, Co-Founder of legendary training platform Training Peaks, and the son of the author of several endurance training bibles, Joe Friel.That is right, Dirk Friel joins us today on the Athlinks Podcast.We had a great chat about training slower to get faster. The importance of …
 
Our guest on the podcast today is Sika Henry - a 2x Marathon champion who turned her talents to the world of triathlon. A serious bike crash in 2019 slowed her quest to become the first African American Woman to hold a Pro Triathlon Card, but she still managed to qualify for the Ironman World Championships in Kona later that year. She focused heavi…
 
Instead of asking yourself "how long do I want to live", you should really start asking yourself, "how do I want to live". We all want to live forever, but if you're listening to this show, chances are, you've got some minimum standards that you'd like to set as the years pass by - especially of the athletic variety. On the podcast today, we welcom…
 
Our guest today is multi-sport athlete, Ultra Runner, Professional Chef, self-described advocate and activist for body politics, and 5' 3" Brooklynite force of nature, Latoya Shauntay Snell - also known as the Running Fat Chef. A quick glance at her Athlinks profile shows 112 races completed, over twelve hundred miles finished and in a span of just…
 
A post high school canoe expedition in the heart of the Amazon Basin reconnected Ellen Falterman with her adventurer brother who was five years her senior. The harrowing trip lit a fire for expeditions that would lay dormant until his tragic death just a short time later. On the one-year anniversary of his passing, our guest put her life on pause i…
 
031 - Roderick Sewell Where does character come from? Is it born or bread? Inherited or built? Perhaps for today's guest, it was nurtured through the selfless and courageous actions of his mother. You can't tell the story of Roderick Sewell without starting with his mother, Marian Jackson. When her son was born missing both tibias, she had to make …
 
Just one day after finishing her first 50 miler, the Camp Fire began its path of destruction in Northern California, ultimately claiming 153,000 acres, 85 human, and an untold number of animal lives - a horror that Ashly Winchester came face to face with as a vertinary Nurse in the area. Wave-after-wave of life and death emergencies flooded the cli…
 
A childhood framed by his family's love for running leads a young man on adventures across several continents, stoking his love and optimism for humanity. Years later, a post-run tea is interrupted by a radio report of the fatal bombing of the Boston Marathon. Our guest, clear on the other side of the Atlantic and armed with not much more than soci…
 
FKT - shorthand for “Fastest Known Time” is essentially, a speed record on any given route. Anyone, at any time, on any day, can try to break a record and set a new FKT. After a serious car accident took him off the roads, today's guest shifted from marathons and ironmans and took his training to the trails and mountains where he found a passion fo…
 
If you love what you do for a living, you'll never work a day in your life. Or so the saying goes. From the very first email that I received from today's guest, I could feel her enthusiasm toward her job, her employer, and the athletes whom she represents as the Head of Communications for the Abbott World Marathon Majors. Lorna Campbell joins us to…
 
Like the tip of an iceberg, what the outside world sees is the shining 2 hour 56 minute and 19 second marathon finish that sticks up above the surface. What is not seen is the incredible mass of hours, miles, support from family and friends, previous shortfalls and near misses that went into the celebrated achievement. On the podcast today, we have…
 
Confucius said, Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we do. Our guest today knows a think or two about falling and rising not only to the challenge, but to glory in the form of an Olympic standard time in the 10K. On the Podcast today, Dani Shanahan of HOKA Northern Arizona Elites drops in to discuss her running care…
 
What is it they say about people who can be identified by only one name? Well if you follow the sport of Ultra Running, you know Jamil. A talent for running and a youth spent hiking and camping around the Arizona wilderness was the perfect recipe for today's guest, Jamil Coury to find his passion as an ultra trail runner and founder of Aravaipa Run…
 
Our guest today has quite literally been chasing his passions for all of his adult life. Whether it was moving from Atlanta to Boston and later to Los Angeles to become a stand-up comic, or shuttering a burgeoning staffing company to report on - and participate in - the fledgling sport of Obstacle Course Racing, Matt B. Davis of Obstacle Racing Med…
 
How much of your potential are you leaving on the table? How much of your training are you leaving to chance? Are your periodized workouts the right ones for your phenotype? What the heck is a phenotype? If you're wondering how to take your performance to the next level, maybe it's time to think about a coach. And that's why I brought Beth Leasure …
 
A single footstep changes all the future steps that an American Marine on patrol in Afghanistan would ever take. After triggering an EID and losing his right leg below the knee, our guest Eric McElvenny turned to uncharted territory - having never completed a single triathlon or even a running event, for that matter, he challenged himself to comple…
 
What if there existed one simple solution in our fight against food insecurity, water quality, climate change, global poverty, healthcare & our dependence on pharmaceuticals, and even the survivability of current and future pandemics? And what if that solution was literally right under our feet? Today on the Athlinks Podcast, we are diving into our…
 
Episode 019: Anton Villatoro With the image of his childhood hero, Davis Phinney perched atop a podium etched clearly in his mind, the "Town Bull", Anton Villatoro embarks on a pro cycling career that takes him around the world as a workhorse for the famed U.S. Postal Squad, sharing midnight steaks in a German pub with Greg LeMond and riding for La…
 
019 - Justin Ricks - Mad Moose Events Sometimes, in order to live a life of purpose, one must sacrifice the spoils coveted by the rest of us. In order to live their dream of building a life and family business centered around running, today's guest, Justin Ricks quit his corporate job and moved with his wife, and two young children into the 60 squa…
 
17. Claire Bird A seed is acquired a generation before watching her father run the Montreal Marathon, planted years later at a Mother's Day 10K in Calgary, and grows into 3 Boston Marathon finish lines of her own - and counting. Our guest today is a wife and mother from Calgary who has self-coached her way to capturing 4 of her 6 stars in the Abbot…
 
Ep 16: Bill Bucklew As the saying goes, when life gives you lemons, make yourself a glass of lemonade and then sip it while walking from one end of the United States to the other while raising awareness for Parkinson's Disease. Our guest Bill Bucklew, waxes philosophic as he shares his journey through a diagnosis of young-onset Parkinsons in his ea…
 
Rebuilt from a pile of bones scattered on a California roadside after a speeding truck interrupted his lunch ride, our guest has forged a savage will and unmatched intensity over his 30-year racing career to notch: 8 USAT Duathlon All-American honors Multiple Podiums in Spartan and other OCR races +/- 500 finish lines around the world (300 of which…
 
14. Fitz Koehler - Overcoming Cancer While Leaning Into Races Runners. Set. Go. Our guest today has exalted these 3 simple commands over loudspeakers at races like the Los Angeles Marathon and countless others to kickstart the journey of tens of thousands of runners over the years. But when she found a pea-sized lump in her breast that turned out t…
 
013 - Kelly Catale Grinding through deep valleys and high over mountain peaks, pushing and suffering through despair and isolation - these are feelings familiar to any elite-level mountain biker. But when the physical pain is exceeded by the emotional ache of depression and anxiety, no amount of fitness can ease the torment. On the podcast today, p…
 
Like Thelma and Louise, our guests today take an epic leap from a cliff – only they land in the Pacific Ocean off the shores of Catalina Island. Hear their race recap of the 2020 Ötillö, a race featuring a total of 7km of swimming intermixed with 31km of running. If you're looking for something a bit more challenging than your neighborhood 5k run, …
 
Michelle Duffy Imagine being buried alive inside your own body. As rescue workers and loved ones work furiosly to save your life, they are unable to hear the words that are so clearly formed in your brain, but unable to manifest from your lips. On the podcast today, we hear the terrifying and ultimately triumphant tale of Michelle Duffy, who, at 29…
 
Two roads diverged in a wood, and 200 gravel riders in Pennsylvania took the one less traveled by. And this damned COVID made all the difference. On the podcast today, we relive the 2020 riding of unPAved, a 120 mile gravel race through the Susquehanna River Valley in PA as told by its race director, Dave Pryor, and Kelly Catale, it's female race w…
 
A Texas firebrand learns to repair Helicopters - and bodies - in the Navy and spends the next 25 years crossing finish lines in races like the Spartan Death Race and World's Toughest Mudder while energizing literally millions of athletes. Today's guest, Yancy Culp - program manager for Spartan's DEKA product shares it all on the Podcast. Make sure …
 
008 - Brian Hoover He lives in a van, down by the river ... and he f@ing loves it! Bonafide Van-lifer, Pacific Crest Trail hiker, Mississippi River paddler, and - if his past performance is any indication of future success - soon to be Baja Trail Mountain Biker. On the podcast today, we swap river stories with Brian Hoover and relive moments of h…
 
007 - Anthony Famiglietti When logic and reasoning fails, begging and pleading gives way to an act of defiance against coach's wishes that placed a live-wire runner into his very first Steeplechase, kickstarting a career highlighted by 2 Olympic games. On the podcast today, we take a long, slow run through the mind of Anthony "Fam" Famiglietti. Oly…
 
006 - Nick Symmonds Naivety and a hunger for respect drives a brash, stocky runner from Boise, Idaho with a Hollywood smile to 7 NCAA titles in the 800 and 1500 meters, and back-to-back Olympic games in Beijing and London. On the podcast today, we are joined by Nick Symmonds - Olympian, Social Media supernova, and entrepreneur. Nick walks us throug…
 
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