As we brace ourselves for the finale of American Ninja Warrior tonight, finalist Maggi Thorne makes a quick stop on the way to Mt Midoriyama to chat with Broadscast’s Kim and Jackie.
About Maggi Thorne: Three time American Ninja Warrior Competitor, Team Ninja Warrior competitor and Two time NBC Spartan Ultimate Team Challenge Competitor Maggi Thorne was originally from San Diego, CA until receiving a track scholarship from the University of Nebraska after winning the California State Championship in the 100 Hurdles. She ended her career at Nebraska as a two time National Championships competitor and a member of the Big 12 Championship indoor track team. Recently she received the honor of being named the “Heart of Gold” award from the American Heart Association as a long time AHA volunteer and advocate. In 2014 she was honored by the Governor as the “Points of Light” award winner for her dedication to community service. She has three active children who love staying healthy and active with her including other efforts with Non-Profits such as SELFiD, Soles4Souls and People City Mission. In 2014 she was crowned Mrs. International and spent the year traveling nearly 100,000 miles and to this day continues global advocay activism. Her children love to travel with her, including to races as Maggi has been one of the top elite OCR athletes the last couple years most recently competing in the Obstacle Racing World Championship and in 2013 was 2nd place at the Worlds Toughest Mudder running 75 miles and completing 330 obstacles. Recently she was named a National Ambassador for both Spornado and Complete Nutrition continuing her focus for a healthy active lifestyle at any age.
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About Broadscast: Hosted by Kim Goldman + Jackie MacDougall, Broadscast is a podcast for women who want more out of life. But we’ve got to warn you: Connecting with newsmakers, rule breakers and kickass broads you gotta know will leave you wanting to step out of your comfort zone and grab life by the horns like never before.