In this episode, we talk with Ultrarunning historian Davy Crockett, about another legendary ultramarathon runner who has been referred to as the “Greatest of All Time” (G.O.A.T.). Pam has won numerous ultramarathons, including the Badwater Ultramarathon, which is considered one of the toughest races in the world.
This is an incredibly inspiring conversation about one of the most accomplished ultramarathon runners of all time. Whether you’re a runner yourself or just looking for motivation and inspiration, this episode is a must-listen. You can learn more about Pam in the article on Ultrarunning History.
Davy Crockett, the host of the podcast, “Ultrarunning History”
Davy has run over 100 100-mile finishes since starting in 2004. He is a race director of the Pony Express Trail 50 and 100 in Utah and was recently named Director of the American Ultrarunning Hall of Fame.
Buy his recent book about Frank Hart. And listen to the first G.O.A.T. episode about Frank Hart.
You can learn more about Davy and his many works at Ultrarunninghistory.com
Check out her interview with David Letterman
Previous interview with Pam Reed about “Visualization and Leaping Out of Your Comfort Zone”