Breakfast with Bob: Penticton Day 1

Breakfast with Bob Challenge Penticton Edition, filmed on location at the Hooded Merganser Bar and Grill on Okanagan Lake.

| August 25, 2016 | NEWS

Darrel Fox

The legendary above-knee amputee Terry Fox did his run across Canada 35 years ago, back in 1980. His brother, Darrell, joined us after racing the duathlon to talk about his brother, the run and the impact of his charity.

Jeff Symonds

Two-time Challenge Penticton champion Jeff Symonds lives by the “Get Ugly” mantra. Penticton being his hometown, winning this Sunday is his total focus.

Michael Brown

Michael Brown is putting on four multisport events over five days this year. Next year? How about six ITU World Championships over 10 days?

Bryan Rhodes

Bryan Rhodes from New Zealand raced the Commonwealth Games as a junior back in 1990 and, at 43, after four Ironman wins and 65 Ironman races, he still loves toeing the line, especially in his adopted home town of Penticton.