The Mammoth Podcast is a series of conversations with those people who find themselves in the never ending pursuit of self-realization.
We share raw and unfiltered conversations with folks about the peaks and valleys of their life and invite you to be a fly on the wall. Learn from the mistakes and successes of our guests. Take what you want for yourself and keep re-creating a better version of you.
- Your hosts, Craig Braun & Darby Fleming
Chapter 7 - The Amphibiyinz
Jason, Rich and Dave - three life long friends who make up Team Amphibiyinz. This episode follows their journey to the Oregon Double Anvil where as a team they swam 4.8 miles, biked 224 and ran 52.4 miles in just over 40 hours. The team opens up about their fears, doubts, training plans and the highs and lows of the event.
Chapter 6 - Craig Braun
I had the opportunity to be on the Average to Savage Podcast with our friend Matt Scoletti. We got to deep dive into my own story and talk about some values I cherish in life. Thank you to Matt for allowing us to use the audio and have a natural way for y'all to "meet me" and learn a little about my story.
Chapter 5 - Tim Wilkinson
If you ever see a random guy running with a car tire dragging behind him, it's just Tim Wilkinson enjoying his day with his "training buddy", shadow. Tim has been racing endurance events since he was 17 and he shares all in this episode.
+ we deep dive into his first DNF and a 281.2 mile redemption story at the Oregon ANVIL
Chapter 3 - Michael Hicks
Michael Hicks was the last person you would expect to see toeing the line of an ultra triathlon, Ironman, or any endurance event for that matter. An open conversation about a his battle with Alcoholism and how he's broken free from its grip to find a better life.
You'll be uplifted by Michaels story and positive attitude towards a hard life.
Chapter 2 - Wade Kammel
Wade is a former United States Marine who has found community and meaning through triathlon and pushing his limits. Although pushing the limit can sometimes lead us into a dark space, there's always meaning in the struggles.
This is a conversation that goes into the depths of what it means to claw oneself out of a dark place to find fresh air and build a life around vulnerability and hard, honest work.
Chapter 1 - Will Turner
Enjoy our conversation with Will Turner, a previous world record holder who completed 105 Ironmans in two years. We talk about setting goals, failing forward, becoming an athlete and leaning into who you were meant to be.
We're currently working on a documentary about Will and his story - you can watch the movie trailer at our Mammoth Films page.