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.
Sarah recently completed the very incredibly challenging 777 Marathon challenge, which consisted of running 7 marathons on 7 continents in 7 days.
Read more about the challenge and Sarah’s experience with it, https://www.ossur.com/about-ossur/news-from-ossur/1678-sarah-reinertsen-around-the-world-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 to finish the Ironman World Championships.