There's a new podcast in town called Endurance FM and one of the first guests is co-founder Graham Ross. The podcast combines in-depth personal stories of people who live the endurance life - both sport and business.
Endurance FM said;
"Is someone who gets off on 270km motor bike racing, Ironman triathlon or the Great Wall Marathon wired differently? Or is he just comfortable living outside a normal person's comfort zone? Whether completing 13 Ironman races or building successful businesses, Co-Founder of Kusaga Athletic, Graham Ross constantly pushes beyond his own comfort zone in the quest for new adventures."
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Bam! 2017 is here and 2016 is relegated to history, a ghost of the past.
I’ve been thinking a lot about 2016, reflecting on the year before the highlights dim in my memory. It was a remarkable year for many reasons, especially in sporting terms. 2016 has been called the year of the underdog, but I think that undermines or disguises what I believe is a subtle change transpiring across the globe.
“B Corp is to business what Fair Trade certification is to coffee”
B Corporation is recognised as the highest standard for social corporate responsibility. B Corps are a new type of corporation that use the power of business to solve social and environmental problems.
Recently I got my hands on a Kusaga Athletic singlet and I thought what better way to test it out than during the 56km Two Bays Trail Run, on the Mornington Peninsula.
I'm so glad I did, the singlet was and is incredibly comfortable, as much or more so than any other shirt/singlet I've worn whilst out running.