SELENA ROBERTS is an American best-selling author, sportswriter, and digital entrepreneur. Previously, she was a senior writer for Sports Illustrated and a columnist for The New York Times. She has made frequent appearances on the ESPN talk show The Sports Reporters. In a February 7, 2009 article on SI.com that quickly made the cover of Sports Illustrated, Roberts revealed that Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez tested positive for steroids in 2003.
BRAD DURHAM is currently the director of Global Allocation Strategies, LLC, which manages a global investment portfolio and invests in early stage businesses in various sectors. Previously he was a founder and managing director of EPFR Global, a Boston-based firm that tracks the flows and allocations of investment funds globally and is used widely by financial institutions. The company was sold to Informa plc in 2010. Durham was previously a journalist with the Hearst Corporation and was involved in the launch and editorial operations of several Russian business and financial publications, including the Russian business daily Kommersant. He has been an enthusiastic participant in triathlons, marathons and distance running over the past 25 years.
TOM RATCLIFFE knows the sport of athletics like none other, having run professionally, worked for Nike, and represented Olympic Gold Medalists and World Record holders as an agent. A 2:14 marathoner, Tom also served as NBCOlympics.com’s track and field expert during the coverage of the 2000 Olympics and has written about the sport for the Boston Globe, Runner’s World and Running Times.
JEREMY MOSHER has produced video content for Hilton, Sony/BMG, the US Open, the New York Rangers, Kroger, and Puma, and now, with BANNISTER, marries his experience as a producer of documentary and sports TV with his background as a former Division 1 runner at Fordham University. Most recently, he produced Wisconsin to Worlds, Rookies Vs. the World, Delilah, and The British Miler.
MICHAEL KING has been involved in the film industry for over twenty years. He has produced commercials for, among others, National Grid and Oz Development; and in the political realm, spots for Massachusetts' gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker and US Senator Scott Brown. He also produced the feature film The North End and was a producer on the Sky TV series The British Miler. An avid runner and triathlete, Michael spent 11 years as a co-owner of the renowned sports bar, The Eliot Lounge in Boston.
MICHELLE SIKES first came to Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar after winning an NCAA title in the 5000m and competing in the 2007 World Championships in Osaka as a member of the US National Team. Presently competing work as a doctorate candidate at Oxford, Sikes has specialized in studying the intersection of athletics and culture from a sociological and anthropological angle.
BECKY PAIGE is a Northeastern University graduate with over twenty years of production experience. She has worked for The Economist, The Boston Globe, Natixis Global Asset Management and 50 Lessons, the world’s leading digital library of CEO lessons learned. She is a life-long athlete.
NICHOLAS MATTHEWS is an award-winning LA-based DP who has shot everything from national ad spots to independent feature films, music videos, and everything in between.
ALEX STEINKER was a major contributor behind the lens to the 12-part documentary mini-series The British Miler on SKY Sports, in addition to extensive experience shooting for national BMX brands.
KEVIN CLYDE is a Berklee alum with thirty-plus years of experience working in audio post-production for visual media in markets around the world.
RAJ KAMAHL is an Australian-based composer who apprenticed under Grammy-winning composer and producer Mike Post, before striking out on his own to create music featured in commercial spots for Nintendo, Citibank, and Toyota (among others), as well as television and independent feature films.
JONATHON BLACKLEDGE is an alum of Oxford University where he captained the cross country team and achieved a mile best of 4:01. He is a commentator on athletics meetings for IAAF Radio.