Mile After Mile Podcast

The Mile after Mile podcast is created by and endurance athlete for to inspire other endurance athletes. The Mile after Mile podcast is inspiring interviews with everyday people doing amazing things in the world of endurance sports.
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Jan 31, 2016

The Badwater Ultramarathon is an epic event held each year in Death Valley. The Badwater Ultramarathon is a 135 mile foot race.

Alene Nitzky ran it and then turned around and ran it back to the start. They call that a Badwater double.

Listen to Alene describe how she trained for the Badwater Ultramarathon. How she stayed motivated and what it takes to finish this race.

Jan 25, 2016

In 2014 Frank Fumich completed an endurance race called a Quintuple Anvil. At 703 miles a Quintuple Anvil is five times the length of a standard Iron-distance triathlon race.

Listen to him explain what, why and how in episode 4 of the Mile after Mile podcast.

Jan 18, 2016

Hector Picard is an age-group endurance athlete, motivational speaker and founder of Don't Stop Living. Hector is also a bi-lateral arm amputee. In this episode Hector Picard tells the story of when he rode his bicycle for 36 days and over 3000 miles from Miami, Florida to Spokane, Washington.

Jan 4, 2016

Caryn Lubetsky is an accomplished age-group athlete. She is a 3-time Ironman finisher and a 20 time Boston Marathon finisher. Kerry Gruson is a quadripalegic journalist and founder of ThumbsUp! International. Together they finished Ironman Florida in November of 2015. Listen to the interview of how they met, why they decided to pursue this goal and how together they made it all happen.

Jan 4, 2016

An inspiring interview with Danielle Cemprola who you may know as the T-Rex Runner. Hear the story of how she ran 50 marathons before her 30th birthday.

Jan 4, 2016

A quick introduction to the podcast. Who is Amy Stone. What is the Mile after Mile podcast and why should you listen?