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Now an award-winning podcast, sports editor John Livingston sits down for in-depth interviews with some of the most prominent sports figures from Durango and the surrounding areas.

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Now an award-winning podcast, sports editor John Livingston sits down for in-depth interviews with some of the most prominent sports figures from Durango and the surrounding areas.

    Ep. 22 Mountain biker Howard Grotts

    Ep. 22 Mountain biker Howard Grotts

    2016 Olympian, three-time Leadville 100 MTB winner and four-time elite men's cross-country mountain bike champion Howard Grotts discusses his decision to step away from full-time mountain biking, the races that still excite him, his recent adventures in the San Juan Mountains and his upcoming move to grad school in Montana. That and much more in an hour-long sit down with one of American mountain biking's most accomplished athletes. Music credit: “Too Cool” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

    Ep. 21: Ultra runner Maggie Guterl

    Ep. 21: Ultra runner Maggie Guterl

    Ultra runner Maggie Guterl, a relatively new resident of Durango, drops in to talk about her seven-summit run around Durango last week. We discuss what brought her from Pennsylvania to Durango and what it's been like to get immersed in the Colorado trail running community. We also chat about her runs at The Barkley Marathons and the Big Backyard Ultra, her friendship with Courtney Dauwalter, having a soft spot for Kermit the Frog and how she got her Maggatron nickname. Music credit: “Breakdown” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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    Ep. 20: Ultra runners Jason Schlarb and Meredith June Edwards

    Ep. 20: Ultra runners Jason Schlarb and Meredith June Edwards

    Ultra runners and ski mountaineering partners Jason Schlarb and Meredith June Edwards swing by after this year’s UTMB. They talk about their “Run Around the World” video project, competing in the biggest races around the world and why Durango is their perfect home base for mountain adventures. Music credit: “Breakdown” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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    Ep. 19: Cyclist Ian McPherson

    Ep. 19: Cyclist Ian McPherson

    Fort Lewis College cycling alum Ian McPherson drops by after his cyclocross trip to China. We discuss his move from Boulder to Durango to race at FLC and his transition into obscure distance running challenges. Music credit: “Breakdown” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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    Ep. 18: Trail runner Andre Michaud

    Ep. 18: Trail runner Andre Michaud

    Andre Michaud had targeted a record attempt on the Colorado Trail for three years. Hear about his journey to eventually setting a new self-supported record in under nine days on the 486-mile trail from Denver to Durango. Music credit: “Breakdown” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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    Ep. 17: Hardrock 100 run director Dale Garland

    Ep. 17: Hardrock 100 run director Dale Garland

    Hardrock Hundred Endurance Run director Dale Garland stops by to discuss the 2019 cancellation and the events that will take the place of the Hardrock over the next few weeks in Durango and Silverton. He also talks about the controversial 2018 Hardrock 100 and the disqualification of Xavier Thévenard. We look ahead to the 2020 Hardrock, reflect on the beginnings of the race and some of Dale's favorite moments and favorite places on the 100.5-mile course. We learn there's a thin line between "Wild & Tough and Wild & Stupid"Music credit: “Breakdown” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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