This was the last year for the road version of the Ragnar Relay race in Arizona, Del Sol. Steve Aderholt was a such a big part of Ragnar Relay over the years and it was an honor to get a chance the day after the race to talk with him about all
Chris was an athlete in school growing up, even setting a running record at the school he attended in Washington State. Chris attended University of Washington and continued to run. He has had several knee surgeries but continues to push himsel
Jeff was a really great runner in high school but kind of stopped running for awhile as he got older. That is until he was asked by a friend to run a Ragnar Relay race in 2016. He was hooked right away. Jeff describes this race and community as
Pamela did not start running until she was in her 50's. As she says on the podcast, "I want others my age who think this is for the younger people, you can do it too!" We see so many people of all backgrounds and skill level running and enjoyin
Stephanie's story is very powerful and motivating! She found out once she started running that she had multiple sclerosis. Stephanie talks about how much is misunderstood about the ability to still be very active while having MS. She fell in lo
Matthew came on the podcast and talked about how he first got started running and why he fell in love with the Ragnar race and community. Getting to experience the different parts of the United States while getting a chance to get some exercis
Patty tells her story about why she enjoys running and living an active lifestyle! She turns the interview around to James and Rich and talks about funny stories seen at the different races. This is the Ragnar Life...lets do this!
Kat experienced her first Ragnar race at Wasatch Back in Utah in June of 2017 and fell in love with the race before it was even over. She now has done multiple races and loves both the adventure and friendships that have come from participating
David Willey, past editor-in-chief of 14 years for Runners World, and present podcast host of the Hive Life Podcast, sits down at the Spartan Media Fest to talk running. David shares where he got his love for running as well as his experiences
The Ragnar Life Podcast crew was invited to attend the Spartan Media Fest happening in beautiful Lake Tahoe, California. We had the pleasure to bring in Patrick Sweeney, a Full-Time Adventurer to talk about embracing fear and the parallels to f
If you have ever run a Ragnar race, chances are you have heard or seen Steve Soelberg! He has both ran and announced for many of the Ragnar road and trail races. Steve shares a lot of really cool stories of what makes this race and experience s
One of the coolest things about a Ragnar Relay Race is all the amazing people that take part in the course! In this episode, Andre Kajlich, a racer, trailblazer, and public speaker talks all about how he has used his very positive attitude to o
The podcast is back with a new cohost. Rich Nicholes is a great new cohost of the podcast with his experience of both a runner of and DJ for the Ragnar Relay Race. It is hard not to want to go out and run this race after listening to this conve
Get ready to hear a story of inspiration! During her birth, Lupe had her left hip pulled out of socket undetected until a year after. This hindered her from even being able to walk when she was young. She was told from a young age that she woul
A common theme among most participants of a Ragnar Relay race is that of initial wondering what they got themselves into. That is quickly replaced by the experience of the team and this great community. KelleyAnn shares how she was introduced t
Prepare to be inspired! This is the first team interview done for the Ragnar Life Podcast. It was the perfect team to be the first! When Rik Akey came on the podcast he mentioned after the interview that they had a current team that would be fu
One big reason this race is so addicting to us is the friendships that are made in such a short time! This was a fun conversation about how the team that Rafael Calderon and James Van Prooyen were a part of at the first Hawaii road Ragnar race,
Sam ran his first Ragnar race this past December at the Florida Trail at the Alifia State Park! He ran with other veterans and Team RWB members! What he took away was a great time running and a great sense of community! He is looking forward t
Sarah shares how she first started running to lose some extra weight in her college years! She enjoys it as it helps reduce life stress! Even though she didn't know what to expect when approached to run the Washington D.C. Ragnar race, she fell
It took just one Ragnar race for Tim to fall in love with the community! He ran his first and only race in the fall of 2016 at the first Ragnar race in Michigan! It just so happen to be that his team had several runners back out last second! He
Tiffany is one of those people that is just so much fun! She is someone that loves to not only run, but be a part of a group of people that enjoy themselves! You will see why we have enjoyed getting to know her! Lets do this!
In this episode, James and Stacy bring Tim Cumberworth into the Ragnar Life community! Tim spent time in the Army and has enjoyed running as well as track in High School! He ran his first Ragnar race in Illinois and immediately fell in love wit
In this episode, James and Stacy get to have a conversation with a friend that was formed out of this community! Addy is such a great person and she loves what this race is about! You're not going to want to miss it! Let's do this!
In this episode, James and Stacy learn from Edmund about how he fell in love with running after his time as a Marine! He explains how he loves the challenge as well as the chance to run with this type of community! Edmund has enjoyed all the ne
In this episode, James and Stacy bring in another great person who got into running later in life! Rik brings great passion and is the second person to come into the Ragnar Life community from the documentary: From Fat To Finish Line! This is a
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