They discuss life in quarantine, athletic department fallouts and rumors of him and Kirk Herbstreit taking over the Monday Night Football booth. John Hickenlooper Jr. He is currently running for President of the United States. John and Lance talk about his up bringing, his background in geology, music and owning the first brew pub in Colorado. Heather B. Armstrong was what they called a mommy blogger before that became a thing.
That turned into influencer marketing and she could not take it anymore. She found herself in a deep depression that had her contemplating taking her own life. She writes about it in her new book titled, May 4, March 28, March 21, March 5, February 26, February 20, February 12, February 5, January 30, January 28, January 22, January 15, January 8, December 18, December 11, December 3, November 19, November 12, November 5, October 30, October 22, Larissa Connors is a professional mountain bike racer and the recent winner of the Leadville She may be the happiest guest we have had on The Forward.
Listen on iTunes here: iTunes. Listen on Soundcloud here: Soundcloud. Listen on Google Play here: Google Play. October 9, Byrnes, who retired from pro ball in , also talks about taking on various endurance challenges, from the Ironman to the infamous mile Western States Endurance Run. October 2, For the first time Lance took the Forward Podcast on the road in front of a live audience. Lance interviewed 3 investigative journalists at this years Texas Tribune Festival.
All three journalists have written extensively about high profile cases in Texas. They discuss the challenges of the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, initial botched handling of cases and life after exoneration. September 25, Luke Bryan is an American Country musician and songwriter. Bryan has currently sold over 7 million albums and over 27 million singles worldwide. Luke met up with Lance in Austin, Texas to talk: writing songs for artists, performing in Houston after the flood, raising a family, performing the National Anthem at the Super Bowl, and more.
September 17, He is best known under his musical alias: Mondo Cozmo. September 5, Emmanuel Acho is a former college and NFL linebacker. He currently works in television as a football analyst. He dropped in to The Forward studio to talk: paying NCAA athletes, the business of football, the helmet technology in contact sports. He also discusses his family work in Nigeria and his experience in getting cut by NFL teams at interesting times.
August 28, Rickey Gates is an ultra runner hailing from Colorado. He just completed a self supported trans America run over 5 months. He and Lance caught up in Aspen to discuss why he chose to run across the country, his time living in Antartica, working with the 10th Mountain Huts and the explosion of trail running. August 21, Benjamin Gibbard is an American singer, songwriter best known as the lead vocalist and guitarist of the indie rock band Death Cab for Cutie.
He is also one half of the electronica duo the Postal Service. Ben met up with Lance before playing the Velorama at the Colorado Cycling Classic to talk: his music career, his legal activity with the United States Postal Service and trading in alcohol for running trail ultras.
August 14, They both talked about their experiences of growing up without a father present and the impact of how they parent. And closing with a couple of live songs. August 7, Charif Souki is an Egyptian-born American businessman who co-founded and was CEO of Cheniere Energy, an oil and gas company specializing in liquefied natural gas. In he was the highest-paid chief executive officer in the United States.
Charif and Lance caught up to talk: moving forward, being fired from the company he founded, supporting Hillary Clinton, and more. July 31, He is currently half of the lead broadcast team for NFL on Fox. Lance talks with Troy about concussions and health in sports, playing in the social network age and what it takes to prepare to do television analysis. July 23, July 17, Jonny, now in his 3rd sober month after a recent time in rehab, sat down with Lance to discuss addiction, touring, tattoos and much more.
July 10, Anna Deavere Smith is an actress, playwright and professor from Baltimore, Maryland. July 4, After a trip to Sri Lanka following the Indian Ocean tsunami FK and his wife Leah were inspired to help via a bicycle distribution system. They founded World Bicycle Relief. WBR is a comprehensive bicycle distribution program to aid poverty relief in developing countries around the world.
To date WBR has donated over , bicycles. June 30, Forward listens are treated to the first edition of the limited run series. Co-hosted by longtime Austin radio personality JB Hager, Stages airs about an hour after each stage finish, from July In addition to a daily recap of all the action, Armstrong, who also hosts The Forward podcast, shares anecdotes from his years racing Le Tour. Forward listeners will receive the preview show, but will have to subscribe at: StagesPodcast.
June 26, Their focus is to bring a rider the best possible, most reliable, fastest and most well-rounded cycling products. June 18, He has run the Boston race every year since Many of those runs start after his official duties as Director end for the day. Dave and Lance caught up in Boston to talk about his career in endurance events, his personal health scare, running a sub 2 hour marathon and how the Boston bombing impacted his duties and family.
June 11, Scott and Seth Avett are founding members of the Avett Brothers. Lance recently caught up with the brothers during a visit to North Carolina. June 5, Liz Lambert is a hotelier in Austin TX. After finishing law school she left her career as a lawyer to pursue a dream of owning the Hotel San Jose. She has taken her vision and attention to hospitality and grown the Bunkhouse Group brand around the country.