About this episode
Canyon is the youngest of 4, who grew up loving the outdoors and running cross country. He has become passionate about environmental politics and climate advocacy.
In this episode we talk about:
- taking action against climate change
- the intersection between running and environmentalism
- competing at Ultra Trail du Mont Blanc (UTMB)
- using your platform for good
- individual actions to fuel systemic change
Tune into 49:00 to hear Jon Levitt answer a listener question: How do you step up in distance?
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