Adventure Sports Radio Offers Weekly Coverage Devoted to Outdoor Adventures
Join co-host Glenn Stilwell and James Raia every Sunday at 7 p.m. (Pacific Daylight Time) for the Adventure Sports Radio Show, the weekly one-hour program devoted to coverage of outdoor adventures.
We report on the sights and sounds of recreational and pro adventure sports, from the Northern California amateur scene to the Tour de France peloton. And we encourage listeners to phone the show and become part of an interactive broadcast.
The program is broadcast on Newstalk 1380 AM KTKZ and globally simulcast on the web site: www.ktkz.com
Aug. 28, Triathletes Steve Larsen and Diana Hassel. Larsen, a commercial real estate broker in Bend, Ore., is a former professional cyclist and triathlete who's returned to the sport as an amateur. Hassel, a veterinarian in Ft. Collins, Colo., is a former age-group record-holder at the Hawaiian Ironman Triathlon. Both athletes, formerly of Davis, Calif., will be competing in the CaliforniaMan triathlon Sept. 17, also in Davis. Hassel and Larsen will also be competing Oct. 15 in the Hawaiian Ironman Triathlon.
Sept. 4, Therese Iknoian. An exercise physiologist, freelance writer and author of several books, Iknoian is a partner in the web site http://www.GearTrends.com and is editor-in-chief of Specialty News, www.SNEWSnet.com. Iknoian, a former nationally ranked racewalker, will discuss her diverse involvement in endurance sports and fitness.
Sept. 11, Jacques Graber. A bicycle historian, curator and collector, among other interests, Graber of Gold River, Calif., will discuss his pending debut of production retro antique bicycles and his passion for the history of bicycles.
The Adventure Sports Radio Show began in April, 2005 as the brainchild of Glenn Stilwell and James Raia.
Stilwell, a long-time avid cyclist, has been an engineer at ARCO Arena since the Sacramento Kings' arrival in Northern California in 1986. He began the Adventure Sports Radio Program as an internet-only broadcast. He showcased numerous events and bicycle races, including the Sea Otter Classic in Monterey, Calif., the San Francisco Grand Prix and Interbike, the cycling industry's largest trade show in Las Vegas.
Raia, the former running and cycling columnist for the Sacramento Bee, is freelance journalist for numerous newspapers, news services and internet sites. He's co-author of Tour de France For Dummies, and has reported on sporting events in more than a dozen countries, including the past nine editions of the Tour de France. As a long-distance runner, he has completed more than 75 marathons and ultramarathons. He's also publisher of the electronic newsletters, Endurance Sports News and Tour de France Times.
In its five-momth tenure, the Adventure Sports Radio Show has featured a variety of guests -- professional cyclists to sports medicine physicians and professional runners to myriad race directors and endurance sports advocates.
Beginning in October, the show begins at 5 p.m. (Pacific Daylight Time).
For further information, contact:
Glenn Stilwell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
James Raia (James@ByJamesRaia.com)
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