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Lifestylers: Gabby Reece on Volleyball, Fitness and Music

Volleyball star, model, fitness guru, actress, mother, and wife – Gabby Reece wears a lot of hats, and she wears them all with flair and style that have endeared her to many, including her husband, big wave surfer Laird Hamilton. We sat down with Gabby to talk about fitness, being a mom, and of course, music. To listen to Gabby’s[…]

Lifestylers: London Calling – 2012 US Olympic Marathoner Desiree Davila on Music, Whiskey and Motivation (Turns out They’re Not Mutually Exclusive)

Editor’s note: This is the first in a two-part series, interviewing US Olympic athletes on the eve of the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London. — Marathoner Desiree Davila will be representing the Stars and Stripes at this summer’s Olympic Games In London. Last year she was steps away from winning the Boston Marathon. Her runner-up time of 2:22:38 is an[…]

Lifestylers: Lacing ‘em up with long-distance runner Josh Cox

You’ve just completed a marathon, all 26.2 miles. If you’re most people, it’s time for a Gatorade, a pat on the back and a shower. If you’re Josh Cox, you run another five miles. Cox is probably the most accomplished American Track and Field Athlete you’ve never heard of because he’s always on the run. Josh holds the American record[…]

Lifestylers: The (Ted) King of Rock

Ted King is in his seventh year as a professional cyclist, sporting bright green spandex as he trots around the globe racing for Italy’s powerhouse Liquigas-Cannondale team—akin to an Italian playing for the Boston Red Sox. More than just a jock, King pens a popular blog, writes for Bicycling Magazine, and cultivates a tomato garden at his European home base[…]

Lifestylers: Rapping with professional triathlete Jordan Rapp | @rappstar Three weeks after being born, professional triathlete Jordan Rapp went for his first open water swim (sort of) in the waters of Lost Lake in Brewster, NY. Fast-forward 18 years and he took the first strokes of a different kind–in a rowing shell–on Princeton University’s Lake Carnegie, marking the start of his endurance career. In 2003 Rapp[…]