086 Wendy Fisher: Big mountain skiing’s first lady.

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Why would you continue to ski after your younger brother was lost due to a skiing accident? To honor him of course. No one could honor

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085 Burke Swindlehurst: Riding for mental health and other things cyclists do when they retire.

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Our guest today tells his story of how he got started racing along with the mental and physical attributes that helped him succeed as a professional. He gives us some great challenges for getting to the tops of mountains under his own power and why he feels stronger in retirement because

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The first (and Last) athlete On fire income report.

 

And now, the first and last income report for the Athlete On Fire show:

Here it is. What you have all been waiting for..

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WW:31 Weekend Warriors: 10 things I’ll teach my boys…

Some seem to think that entitlement is the norm in today’s youth. I’m not so sure but what I am sure about is that if I teach them certain things, they have a better chance to be good men. In this episode, we talk about how many countries Athlete On Fire has reached, our general download numbers, and importantly, the 10 things

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CoolDown: 011 Want to learn how to huck a cliff, drop a cornice, get some air?

This has got to be the most selfish show in the history of podcasting. We bring back the amazing Jess McMillan, one of the most accomplished and skilled big mountain skiers to live and we make her teach us how to work our way up to epic cliff jumps. WE agree it is 90%

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#Voices4vets: “The bullet bullet was bouncing up and down with his heartbeat, sitting directly on his femoral artery.”

“It doesn’t get much closer than this,” the doctor told Jered in a MASH unit in a war zone as he showed him the bullet laying directly on his younger brother’s femoral artery. This was in 2004 and maybe as unlikely as any war time event. Listen today as Jered tells the story. He takes us on his military career in the jungles of Panama where he was stalked by

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CoolDown: 010 Can you believe marathon’s were used as fundraisers in 1909?

Ray Charbonneau has just put another running themed book that takes fact, fiction, and opinion in the polarizing world of running and throws them all in the mix. He brings us back to 1909 when an unprecedented marathon started a trend that is now stronger than ever over 100 years later. When did the first age group

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084 Jess McMillan: “Work hard, then play as hard as you can.

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Adventure. Where does it start? How does someone know this is the path they want to take? Athlete On Fire has had some amazing adventurers on the show. This episode showcases an athlete that is an elite kayaker and big mountain free skier. Featured regularly on Warren Miller and

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WW:31 Weekend Warriors: Being dads, and athletes, and entrepreneurs, and…

Ben Welnak of Mountain Bike Radio joins Scott today to talk a little about a new show he has launched about being a dad and an athlete, entrepreneur and

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083 Erin Beresini: “Inside the mad, muddy world of obstacle racing.”

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In her newest book, our guest takes over the world of obstacle racing from it inception to the big players today and some of the craziness and scandal that surrounds it all. As an athlete herself, she shares her story of endurance, how she got into the sport and

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