Nic Errol aka “Australian Nic” is an ultra runner, currently living in London UK. He returns to the podcast to discuss recovering from his recent Haglunds surgery, the amazing support he has had, what life is like during the new lockdown in the UK, JFK 50 mile endurance run results, discussing the book “The Jordan Rules,” and some of our favorite throwback movies.
Freddie Roach is a hall of fame boxing trainer and former professional boxer. He is a 7 time trainer of the year and has trained over 40 world champions and made over 30 champions.
Steve Sisolak has lived in Nevada for over 40 years, where he raised his two daughters and built his business. Steve served on the Nevada Board of Regents for ten years, followed by nine years on the Clark County Commission, where he served as Chairman. Steve will be sworn in as Governor of Nevada on Jan. 7, 2019.
MATT WARBURTON – Matt recently wrapped as Executive Producer and Showrunner of THE MINDY PROJECT for Hulu. Currently, Matt is working on the upcoming Hulu show FOUR WEDDINGS AND A FUNERAL as an Executive Producer. Prior to this, Matt was a Consulting Producer on COMMUNITY after having worked on THE SIMPSONS for 11 seasons. Matt has won an Emmy for his work on the show, He is a graduate of Harvard and was president of The Lampoon.
Chef Jonathon Sawyer is a proud Clevelander and owner of restaurants The Greenhouse Tavern, Noodlecat, and Trentina. Jonathon is a James Beard award winner and has made appearances on The Chew, Iron Chef America, Dinner Impossible, Chopped, Best Thing I Ever Ate, Unique Eats, and Cleveland Hustle.
Bobby Stuckey, Owner and Master Sommelier of Frasca Food and Wine Group in Boulder, Colorado comes on the podcast to discuss growing up in Arizona, some of the restaurants he has worked at in the past, how running every morning keeps him sane, managing with the recent spike of Covid cases, what wine he will be pairing with his turkey this Thanksgiving and how passing the Restaurants Act for independent restaurant industry will be his greatest professional accomplishment.
Shayna Powless is a professional cyclist for team Twenty24 and co-founder with her partner Eli Ankou of the DreamCatcher Foundation. This foundation is dedicated to empowering youth through sports, focusing on sports camps but also bringing awareness to the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls crisis.” She discusses her intro into cycling, how racing on Zwift has been so beneficial in 2020, similarities/differences with her pro cyclist brother Neilson, and future work for the foundation.
Brian Schroy is an elite runner for Tinman Trackman Club, is coached by Tom “Tinman” Schwartz and is the regional fight manager for Haymakers for Hope. He comes on the podcast to discuss his love for boxing, how recovering from a torn labrum in a fight led to the start of running, the first run with his then girlfriend now wife that started his running career, how he incorporates boxing into his training, and some of his favorite restaurants where he resides in Boulder, CO.
Kalie Demerjian is an ultra runner, artist, illustrator, and deep thinker. She comes on the podcast to discuss her 3rd place finish in the Javelina Hundred mile endurance run, what impact running coach Pat Reagan has had, how horror movies influences her art, and how she is “just a gremlin ghouling through life.” Her artwork can be found at www.imokaybrand.com
Patrick Reagan runs professionally for HOKA One One and Gu Energy Labs. He returns to the podcast to discuss his recent trip to Arizona for the Aravaipa Running Javelina Hundred Endurance run, pacing/crewing his athlete Kalie Demerjan to a 3rd place finish, winning the Yeti Trail 100 mile race in September, sharing some of his comfort movies during the pandemic, the great running community in Arizona and some of my go to restaurants which include Cotton & Copper and Pizzicletta.
My 200th episode features Nick Coury, co-owner of Aravaipa Running. He returns to the podcast to discuss his fastest known time (FKT) of Hole-to-Hump, bottom of the Grand Canyon to the top of Mount Humphreys covering over 70 miles, winning Man vs. Horse back-to-back, finishing second in the Javelina Hundred Endurance Run, having his brother Jamil pace him for the last loop, how he is in the best physical shape of his life, and preparing with his coach James Bonnett for the Desert Solstice.
Matt Warburton was a Consulting Producer on COMMUNITY after having worked on THE SIMPSONS for 11 seasons. He is a graduate of Harvard and was president of The Lampoon. He returns to the podcast to discuss being a Consulting Producer on the Netflix series “Never Have I Ever” created by Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher, working on both the “Saved By the Bell” reboot and “The Sex Lives of College Girls,” future of television, his love for comic books, and which super hero he would pick to create a story.
Catalina Lauf grew up in Woodstock, IL her family were legal immigrants from war-torn Guatemala. She is the founder of Defense of Freedom Pac, an organization that supports candidates who align with her mission of preserving and defending Freedom. After graduating from Miami University of Ohio she went from private to public sector in 2018 as an adviser at the U.S. Department of Commerce. She comes on the podcast to discuss, her love for America, Illinois’ fiscal crisis, and election predictions.
Ultra runner and attorney Nicole Bitter returns to the podcast to discuss being the 2020 Javelina Hundred Ladies Champion, the decision to enter into that race, why she does not train using a watch, what running has meant during the pandemic, and spending the rest of 2020 with her husband Zach as he prepares for the Aravaipa Running 24 Hour Desert Solstice.