Sarah recently sat down with Phil Keoghan, host and co-executive producer of CBS’ Emmy Award-Winning reality series, THE AMAZING RACE, for his BUCKiT Podcast, and shared what keeps her motivated to beat expectations and rewrite what is possible. Watch Sarah’s BUCKiT interview: Or listen now at: https://philkeoghan.com/buckit-with-sarah-reinertsen/
Sarah Reinertsen’s historic triumph at Ironman’s 2005 Kona World Championship was recently featured as part of Ironman’s 40th anniversary. Read more: about Sarah Reinertsen finishing her unfinished business in the 40th anniversary of the Kona Ironman.
Sarah recently completed the very incredibly challenging 777 Marathon challenge, which consisted of running 7 marathons on 7 continents in 7 days. Also, get a day by day account of each marathon at the Challenged Athletes Foundation.
Crossing an Ironman finish line is a magical feeling. I suppose it just feels good to stop moving after 140-miles of racing, but crossing an Ironman finish line is one of the greatest in sport. I finished my first Ironman triathlon several years ago in Hawaii, and I was honored to make history as the first woman on a prosthetic… Read the entire post