Max Fennell is a professional triathlete and entrepreneur. He blazes trails and loves serving in a variety of ways. I've always been fascinated by athletes in non-traditional sports, so getting to speak with Max was really enjoyable for me. Character matters, and Max is someone with an abundance of it. I have no doubt his future is beyond bright.
216. Overcome All Obstacles Foundation with Max Fennell, Rea Kolbl, and Ian Hosek!
Obstacle Running Adventures
Diversity in sports! Basketball, football, and soccer all have it but why doesn't OCR, triathlon, or other endurance sports? This is what the Overcome All Obstacles Foundation aims to change! Elite start lines at obstacle course races are objectively monochromatic which is a massive challenge when it comes to drawing a more diverse group of athletes to it! Max Fennell, Rea Kolbl, and Ian Hosek all call in for a much needed conversation on this topic. Regardless of your personal beliefs please take the time to listen to this with an open mind. Changing your opinion due to new information isn't weakness, it is growth! If you agree that change is needed then be sure to follow and support this cause! 0:00 - 2:14 - Intro 2:14 - 6:36 - Quick News 6:36 - 7:23 - Content Preface 7:23 - 59:40 - Overcome All Obstacles Foundation Interview (watch it here) 59:40 - End - Outro _ News Stories: Evan Perperis American Ninja Warrior New Deka Strong Record 2021 Blue Hills Trail Races Cancelled Washington DC Bonefrog Happening Battle of the Lions Series Sean Corvelle's "No Excuses" Sean Corvelle on World's Toughest Podcast Spartan Ultra World Championship in Colorado Amelia Boone Wanting to Get Back in OCR (Story No Longer Available) Newbsanity's Frozen Four Miler Secret Link _ Related Episodes: We haven't really done an episode like this before but please check out some educational content from the Stuff You Should Know podcast! How Housing Discrimination Works The NAACP The KKK: Loathsome Cosplay Rednecks Rosa Parks: Agent of Change ____ The OCR Report Sponsored Athletes: Javier Escobar and Kelly Sullivan! Support us on Patreon for exclusive content and access to our Facebook group For a podcast shirt, send $20 to Katelyn-Ritter-8 on Venmo with your size and address Check out our Threadless Shop Use coupon code "adventure" for 10% off MudGear products Use coupon code "ocrreport20" for 20% off Caterpy products Like us on Facebook: Obstacle Running Adventures Follow our podcast on Instagram: @ObstacleRunningAdventures Write us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org Subscribe on Youtube: MStefano Running Intro music - "Streaker" by: Straight Up Outro music - "Iron Paw" by: Dubbest
Ep. 46: Is Max Fennell the most interesting guy in triathlon?
The Triathlete Hour
This week, we're back with Sid Talks with Laura Siddall, who helps us dissect the 2020 prize money list—or lack of prize money—and the upcoming bombshell of a race in Miami. And then we chat with Max Fennell, who we've dubbed 'the most interesting man in triathlon.'Max is the only Black pro triathlete—and arguably the first, we discuss. He was also recruited for the TV show 'Million Dollar Mile,' and the televised Spartan Games earlier this year. Plus, he runs his own coffee company, ran for city council, recently co-founded an organization to get more athletes of color into endurance sports, and took up bow hunting as part of his 3-4 year plan to qualify for Kona.And: Why you should try sleeping outside under a tree.
From our Breakfast with Bob: Stay Home Edition show, enjoy this interview with Max Fennell. An injury ended Max Fennell‘s promising soccer career. Next up was the sport of triathlon where he became the first African American professional triathlete. After that was a stint on Lebron James’ ‘Million Dollar Mile’ TV show where he was a defender known as ‘The Machine.’ Max also shared some of his eye-opening experiences living as a Black man in America. WATCH the interview on the Babbittville YouTube channel here. The post Max Fennell: Breakfast with Bob Stay Home Edition appeared first on Babbittville.
Pro Triathlete, Coffee Company Owner, and Crypto Currency Nerd | Max Fennell
DLake Creates Running for Masters Of Some
Welcome to Season 3 of the Master of Some! We’re kicking this season off with an interview Daren had with Max Fennell, the first professional African-American triathlete.Being a triathlete himself, Daren was excited to talk to Max about all things triathlon and endurance but they also delve into racial issues in the triathlete community, Max’s collegiate career in soccer and coaching fencing, being a coffee entrepreneur, his secret love of cryptocurrency and blockchain, and more cool things that he has got going on!NOTABLE QUOTES12:16 - “I truly believe in being of service to others and that’s how I'm using the sport of triathlon as well.” - Max10:52 - “The sport of triathlon just really teaches you self, reliance, perseverance, trust, faith right because come race day everyone is under the same race conditions...we can't do it unless we see ourselves doing it.” - MaxLINKSMax's website - https://www.maxfennell.co/If you like what you hear, please subscribe and follow us on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Sticher and Acast.Leave a comment, rate us and please share with all your friends. Let them know all the dope stuff we talk about.Listen + Follow on SpotifyListen + Subscribe on Apple PodcastListen + Subscribe on StitcherHit us up on email@example.com or any of our socials @masterofsomepod (Twitter, FB, Instagram) if you have any questions, comments, concerns, suggestions or just want to say hey!If you like the music you hear (which was mostly created by host @Daren , you can check it all out herePODCAST PRODUCTION BY POD PASTESee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
First African American Pro Triathlete - Max Fennell | CBD12
Cool Black Dudes Radio
CBD Radio is back for a solid 4th (ish) week in a row! A record has been set!! Host Daren was fresh off of the Sydney Podcast Festival hosted by Audiocraft and excited to jump into newer projects and episodes like this one. This week we have Max Fennell, the first professional African-American triathlete!As some of you may know Daren is a triathlete so this was an exciting interview for him. They got under the hood of Max Fennell and got into how he got into triathlon, his collegiate fencing and soccer career, his secret love of cryptocurrency, how all of that can change the world, and more.Listen on to hear the rest, rate subscribe and comment if you haven't and please share with any friends. Thanks for tuning in! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This is The Do It For Yourself Podcast. Each week I sit down with someone who is doing it for themselves and chasing a dream they just couldn't suppress. This is often speakers, entrepreneurs, or athletes. They all share one thing in common, they are overcoming challenges and never giving up. Someone who is Doing It For Themselves is not selfish in their pursuit, they are simply chasing a dream or working towards a goal because it is something THEY want to do. They are not forging down a path because society or someone is telling them it's what they should be doing. This week my guest is professional triathlete, Max Fennell. Max is a professional triathlete living in sunny central California. He was born and raised in Pennsylvania but moved out to California to work with his coach. Becoming a professional triathlete was an amazing accomplishment by Max, however, the when Max became a professional triathlete who was the FIRST African American professional triathlete. This came with its own set of challenges. Max faced some backlash from people in the sport that made being a professional triathlete even more challenging. Working as a pro early on it was difficult to pay bills, find housing and many other things that most early pro triathletes face. Max how to do this all while receiving threating messages, notes and hate. Max used these experiences to channel the negative and turn it into a positive. He will not be representing a country in hopes to show kids that they too can pursue a dream just as he did. Max was very open and honest about how these things impacted him and I thank him for sharing not only this part of his story but his whole story with me on The Do It For Yourself podcast. I hope you enjoy this weeks episode with Max Fennell. Max's Instagram Do It For Yourself Instagram