See below for all of my latest Podcast appearances! Most recent ones at the top!

Career Competitor Podcast:

Ultra-Distance Open Water Swimmer – Sarah Thomas Career Competitor

For our 100th Episode we welcome in an incredible story in that of Sarah Thomas who back in 2019 swam the English 4-times in 1 continuous effort! Her 54 hour swim is the longest single swim ever recorded in English Channel swimming history and makes her effort one of the most superhuman attempts ever recorded.  Sarah is a recruiter in her day job but her ultimate passion in life in optimizing her hardworking approach to swimming by taking on ultra-distance open water swims. Her core belief system is based upon being the best version of herself each and every day, while finding other fantastic humans in the world and working to bring them together. The swimming world has allowed her to do that many times over, but the competitor within her is still not fully satisfied with her recording swimming attempts; she is still hungry for more! Sarah presents some amazing perspective on what is sometimes required to see something through to the end, the need to make time for the things that make you happiest, and the reason we should all be grateful to simply have the opportunities to compete in life. 
  1. Ultra-Distance Open Water Swimmer – Sarah Thomas
  2. 3x Olympian & NBC Broadcaster, Elizabeth Beisel
  3. Ironman World Champion – Tim O'Donnell
  4. Nutritionist for the Denver Broncos – Brett Eisen
  5. Sports Radio Host – Zach Bye

How to be Superhuman with Rob Pope and Reb Bull UK:


Posted April 19, 2021

An Open Water Swimmer’s Podcast with William Ellis:

It’s Episode 12 of “An Open Water Swimmer’s Podcast” . . . this is the final episode of the Season and it was a privilege to be able to speak to Sarah Thomas. Sarah became the first and only person to have completed a four way English Channel crossing in 2019, a swim that took her 54 hours. She also holds the record for the longest unassisted swim: in 2017 she swam the 168.3km across Lake Champlain, in a staggering 67 hours and 16 minutes. Sarah was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer in 2017, shortly after this record breaking achievement; once in remission, not to be deterred, it was then she fulfilled her goal of swimming the four way English Channel. Her accomplishments in ultra marathon swimming are jaw dropping and it was a delight to be able to share this chat with you. She is humble yet superhuman and I am grateful for her time in closing Season One… Enjoy.

Posted March 13, 2021

X-Waters Podcast:

In September 2019 Sarah Thomas, american marathon swimmer, was the first to swim the English Channel four times non-stop. It took 54 hours and 10 minutes and the total distance was 144 miles. Just a year before this Sarah completed treatment for breast cancer. She dedicated her swim to all cancer survivors. We asked this incredible woman about her legendary swims, motivation and everyday routine!

Posted March 17, 2021

You can read the transcript here (English and Russian available):

Taking it for Granted podcast:

What does happiness mean to you? I spent some time talking happiness and being grateful on the Taking it for Granted podcast. Find out what I had to say by clicking below to listen to the episode. Available on the free iHeart App, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify.

Posted Feb 24, 2021

BodCast Episode 51: Breaking Physical and Mental Barriers with Sarah Thomas. November 13, 2020.

The Wikiwiki coaches, Rob Sears and Loren Taylor, talk with Sarah- November 8, 2020

WOWSA Live with Steve Munatones – October 27, 2020

Summer 2020

Amazing Americans with Jerry Schemmel- June 7, 2020

She is generally considered the best ultra distance swimmer in the world and last year she did something no person, male or female, has ever done. She swam the English Channel… four consecutive times. Plus, she did it all less than two years after a cancer diagnosis. Sarah Thomas is my guest this week on Amazing Americans.


WOWSA Live with Ned Denison April 30, 2020

The Adam Carolla Show- Take a Knee- October 18, 2019