A special edition of Dispatch Radio ... reporting from the Behind the Rocks Ultra in Moab, Utah, with La Sportiva. Host Russ Rizzo runs the "baby" race (30k) to give listeners a true insider's look at beloved ultra-running event, meeting runners along the way. We talk with women's 50-mile race winner Courtney Dauwalter. We sit down for a chat La Sportiva mountain athlete Andrew Fast and La Sportiva climber Joe Mills as well as employees Hailey Moore and Christopher Patino. And we meet the family behind Mad Moose Events - Justin and Denise Ricks and their teenage children.
A sneak peek at a new series we're working on about runner's high ... stay tuned!
Elyse Rylander and Sonya Pevzner take the Rare Air Talks stage at The Studio (Boulder) to share their personal connection to LGBTQ issues in the outdoors community.
Jamie Logan, the pioneering rock climber known for decades as Jim Logan, takes the Rare Air Talks stage at The Studio (Boulder) to share her story with journalist Chris Weidner.
Luis Benitez, director of the Colorado Outdoor Recreation Industry Office, takes the Rare Air Talks stage at The Studio (Boulder) to talk diversity and inclusion in the outdoors.
The first of our Rare Air Talks series ... Kriste Peoples with Black Women's Alliance of Denver fired up the live audience at The Studio (Boulder) with her personal story navigating the outdoors as a black woman in Colorado.
We preview tonight's (May 17) Rare Air Talks debut at The Studio (Boulder) with featured speakers Luis Benitez and Jamie Logan along with special guests Elyse Rylander, founder of OUT THere Adventures, and journalist Chris Weidner. More at DispatchRadio.com
A special Dispatch Radio Hour featuring best-selling author and Outside Magazine contributing editor Florence Williams and an Airtstream full of talented environmental journalists and adrenaline junkies. Recorded at The Studio (Boulder) with current and former fellows of Boulder’s Center for Environmental Journalism: Florence Williams, Michael Kodas, Zoe Rom and Nick Mott. More at DispatchRadio.com
We gathered semi-rad.com creator Brendan Leonard, adventure guide Rob Harsh and Climbing Magazine editor Matt Samet in the Airstream at The Studio Boulder for a discussion about resilience. Each guest read their personal writings and shared their story of coming through difficult periods in their life and coming through it with a deeper appreciation for climbing mountains.
We packed The Studio (Boulder) Airstream with a grip-load of talent to dive into the topic of fastest known times (FKTs). We talk with four athletes who set new records in 2017: Cat Bradley, Darcy Piceu, “The Long Ranger” Justin Simoni and Bryan Williams. Buzz Burrell of Ultimate Direction and Peter Pakwin guide us through a 101 on FKTs with hosts Russ Rizzo and Kelly McConnel. More at dispatchradio.com
We recorded from Berkeley Park Running Company in NW Denver with an inspiring panel of athletes who experienced significant setbacks in pursuing their love for movement in the outdoors: Dave Mackey, Hillary Allen and Amelia Dickerson. Peter Downing, co-founder of Boulder nonprofit Suffer Better and former Leadman competitor, moderates a discussion about resilience and the search for acceptance and gratitude in the face of tragedy. More at DispatchRadio.com
We caught up with pro runner Clare Gallagher at the annual Outdoor Retailer show in Denver in January to discuss her favorite podcasts, what the "Clare Gallagher Show" would sound like and what a pro runner does at an OR show. Daniel Bedell with The Just Curious Show out of Golden, Colo., joins for the discussion,
Luis Benitez talks with hosts Russ Rizzo and Daniel Bedell - and intern Jake! - from the 2018 Outdoor Retailer Show and Snow Show during its return to Denver. Benitez is a veteran of OR shows, having attended many as a mountain guide before his current role as Gov. John Hickenlooper's point man for the outdoor industry. He gives us the crash-course on OR, from dress strategy to time management, and discusses how the OR show is changing with its new Denver home. For more, visit DispatchRadio.com.