This week’s podcast features the father of all death racers, 2007 Inaugural Winner Doug Lewis. Doug, was an Olympic medalist in skiing who went into the Death Race expecting little more than a quick trail run on that fateful day 13 years ago. Fast forward through race history and we find that the roots of the Death Race continue to share many common themes today. Values including willingness, uncertainty, and the drive to overcome any obstacle in the path. I hope you enjoy this unbelievable story of the first-ever Death Race.
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This weekend I worked on some much-needed recovery and finished reading The Sports Gene: Inside the Science of Extraordinary Athletic Performance By David Epstein.
Don’t forget, my book The Legend of the Death Race: Conquering Life with Courage, Power, & Wisdom is now available as an audiobook too!
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