From cattle ranch to the world tour of cycling, Alison Tetrick finds health, focus and balance after a traumatic brain injury.
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Runner Mario Fraioli talks coaching, training, the state of running, the value of personal relationships, and the tools in hit kit that keep him moving.
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Triathlete Sarah True has spent over a decade on world podiums. She was the top American in triathlon at the 2012 London Olympics with a fourth place finish. In 2018,
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Kate Courtney talks about growing up, and the nutrition, training and mental strategies that have allowed her to reach the highest levels.
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Dean Karnazes runs more in 24 hours than many people do in a year. We often hear about amazing feats in human endurance, but Dean’s story is not the typical
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Mark Allen is often referred to as one of the greatest endurance athletes of all time. His records are legendary. Six Ironman World Championships, and all ten attempts at the
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From light shows for the Grateful Dead and decorating the Jefferson Airplane mansion to becoming one of the pioneers of mountain biking, Gary Fisher has seen a lot. And he
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Eric Antonow wasn’t the nerd, or the jock, or the drama kid growing up. In his words, he distinctly belonged to none of these groups. He wasn’t quite sure what
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In the early 1990s, Dick Costolo spent several years in Chicago trying to make it in comedy. When that didn’t pan out, he put his computer science degree to use.
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Those who have worked with Sandra Liu Huang won’t be surprised to see her in a publication about good people doing great things. Sandra leads product and engineering at the
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As far as I can tell, Steve Jobs let only two people interview him on a stage that wasn’t Apple’s: Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher. Kara was also one of
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Like many of the things born in Silicon Valley, you might say Strava, the favorite app of millions of athletes, is a happy accident. Strava’s co-founder Mark Gainey, set to
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Julie Lythcott-Haims is vulnerable, bold, empathetic, and strong. She tells it like it is. That was my reaction when Julie came to my very white and privileged town in Northern
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