Laurel Wassner had been sick for the past two weeks, but ended up having one of the best races of her life in Atlantic City.
Fredrik Croneborg from Sweden had an awesome race and won his first long distance triathlon at Challenge Atlantic City.
Jacqui Gordon had her entire family along the course cheering her on and ended up taking home a very impressive second place.
Dylan McNeice led out of the swim and through the first 56 miles of the bike ride before ending up with a very hard fought fourth place.
Jim Lubinski, aka the Big Lubinski, ended up having a mechanical during the ride and dropped our after the bike.
Second place finisher Scott DeFilippis came on after the race to talk about his battle with Fredrik Croneborg.
Natasha Van Der Merwe was a professional tennis player in South Africa before giving up the sport after a few too many injuries.
Timothy O’Donnell and Mirinda Carfrae joined us to talk about their relay teams for Sunday and their goals for the rest of the 2014 season.
Chris McCormack kicked off Breakfast with Bob at Challenge Atlantic City with a wide ranging chat that was spectacular as usual.
Laurel Wassner is a professional triathlete, a twin and a cancer survivor.
Triathlon legend Mark Allen came on to chat about his career, his new book and the work he is doing with top American pro Timothy O’Donnell.
Petr Vabrousek is a long-time professional triathlete getting ready do do his 138th iron-distance event at Challenge Atlantic City.
Fireman Rob runs the marathon during iron-distance events wearing 50 pounds of firefighting gear.
Scott Bevington is the race director for Challenge St. Andrews in Canada, which will be happening next weekend.
Scott DeFilippis grew up in Normandy Beach, trained with coach Brett Sutton in Asia and is now working with Siri Lindley in Boulder.
Jacqui Gordon will be doing her 28th iron-distance race on Sunday.
Long-time iron-distance triathlete Anne Thilgas brought us some great insight into how to race a triathlon as part of a team.
Fredrik Croneborg is from Sweden and his background before triathlon was golf, skateboarding and snowboarding.
Dylan McNeice grew up as a swimmer in New Zealand before attending his swim coach’s triathlon camp 10 years ago.
Willie Stewart, aka One Arm Willie, lost his arm in the Watergate Building back in 1980.