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By Jason Hager
38'80' is a show hosted in West Virginia with a focus on interesting people and building community. Our goal is to engage with people doing extraordinary things both close to home and around the world. Enjoy stories of adventure, travel, sports, fitness, and the great outdoors.
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Hurricane Hundred 100k Racer Profile - Alex Minor

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Hurricane Hundred 100k Racer Profile - Ben Ferguson
This is the last episode in this series of highlighting our Hurrican 100k runners. Matt Young talks with Ben Ferguson (from Las Vegas, NV) about the upcoming race! Check it out here:
30:28
August 28, 2022
Hurricane Hundred 100k Relay Profile - Purge and Move On
NEW Podcast is out with Racer Profiles for the HURRICANE 100K! This episode features a local RELAY Team "Purge and Move On" with some familiar faces and lots of discussion around the Hurricane 100k relay option.  Give it a listen, or better yet, get your team together and get registered!
49:07
July 11, 2022
Hurricane Hundred 100k Racer Profile - Charley Bowen
Hurricane Hundred 100k racer profile - Charley Bowen.
15:34
June 09, 2022
H100 Episode 4 Mark Cucuzzella
The Hurricane Hundred K is a 100k trail race/run in Hurricane, West Virginia. It's the first race of its kind in West Virginia and will take place in September 2022. The race is hosted by Meeks Mountain Trials and the Meeks Mountain Trail Alliance. In this mini-series, we talk to a variety of runners who plan to run the 100k in September. Air Force Reserve Lt. Col. (Dr.) Mark Cucuzzella is a Professor at West Virginia University School of Medicine. He is designing programs to promote healthier and better running in the military with the USAF Efficient Running Project. Mark has presented running workshops on over 50 military bases in the last 10 years and continues to teach through Healthy Running.  ​ A competitive runner for over 35 years -with more than 100 marathon and ultramarathon finishes - and continues to compete as a national-level Masters runner. He has won the Air Force Marathon twice. He is the race director of Freedom's Run race series in West Virginia and director of the Natural Running Center, an education portal designed to teach healthier running . Mark is also the owner of Two Rivers Treads - A Center for Natural Running and Walking in his hometown of Ranson, W.Va. Listen as Matt Young talks about a variety of topics with Dr. Mark Cucuzzella. The Hurricane Hundred K is presented by Little Caesars and the City of Hurricane, WV. 3880 Podcast Contact: Jason Hager Guest Host: Matt Young
46:47
May 09, 2022
Hurricane Hundred 100k Racer Profile - Alex Minor
Hurricane 100k Racer Profile. Alex Minor is a 24-year-old salesman at Robert Running Shop in West Virginia. His best pitch is "buy these shoes and you'll be fast like me."  Alex hails from Morgantown, West Virginia, and currently lives in Huntington. He attended University High School and Marshall University.   At Marshall, Alex was a 2-time all-conference runner and holds the course record in the Yamacraw 50k (4:19 in 2021) as well as the Cabin Fever 50k (3:43). For those of you at home trying to do the math, that's a 7:12 pace on the trails for a 50k.  The Hurricane Hundred K is a 100k trail race/run in Hurricane, West Virginia. It's the first race of its kind in West Virginia and will take place in September 2022. The race is hosted by Meeks Mountain Trials and the Meeks Mountain Trail Alliance. In this mini-series, we talk to a variety of runners who plan to run the 100k in September. The Hurricane Hundred K is sponsored by the City of Hurricane, WV and presented by Little Caesars.
12:13
April 14, 2022
Hurricane Hundred 100k Racer Profile - Caleb Bowen
Listen/Watch the next episode of our new racer/runner profiles for the upcoming Hurricane Hundred K Trail Run. LINKS: Meeks Mountain Trial Alliance Hurricane Hundred K Registration Caleb Bowen Instagram The Hurricane Hundred K is a 100k trail race/run in Hurricane, West Virginia. It's the first race of its kind in West Virginia and will take place in September 2022. The race is hosted by Meeks Mountain Trials and the Meeks Mountain Trail Alliance. In this mini-series, we talk to a variety of runners who plan to run the 100k in September. Our next profile is with Caleb Bowen.   Caleb is 28 years old and currently the assistant Cross Country/Track Coach at Marshall University.  Caleb attended Hurricane High School and went on to attend Marshall University.  Caleb is a 2-time Rim to River Champion, 3-time KT 50k Champion, and was the 1st West Virginian to participate in the Boston Marathon (2019).  His PR's include:  Marathon: 2:32, 50k: 3:57:41, 40-Mile: 5:01:53, 50-Mile: 6:55:07, 100-Mile:-15:37:05.  Caleb is originally from Hurricane, WV, and now resides in Huntington. The Hurricane Hundred K is presented by Little Caesars and the City of Hurricane, WV. 3880 Podcast Contact: Jason Hager Guest Host: Matt Young
31:53
April 05, 2022
Hurricane Hundred 100k Racer Profile - HollyAnn Swann
Listen/Watch the first episode of our new racer/runner profiles for the upcoming Hurricane Hundred K Trail Run. LINKS: Meeks Mountain Trial Alliance Hurricane Hundred K Registration HollyAnn Swann Instagram The Hurricane Hundred K is a 100k trail race/run in Hurricane, West Virginia. It's the first race of its kind in West Virginia and will take place in September 2022. The race is hosted by Meeks Mountain Trials and the Meeks Mountain Trail Alliance. In this mini-series, we talk to a variety of runners who plan to run the 100k in September. Our first profile is with HollyAnn Swann. HollyAnn Swann is an Ultrarunner originally from Blountsville, AL, and makes her home currently in Huntington, WV. HollyAnn ran Cross Country at Auburn University at Montgomery for 4 years and then 1 year at Marshall University in both indoor and outdoor track and field. HollyAnn is the current record holder of all distances at Auburn Montgomery and Marshall University Track and Field record holder at the 5k, 10k, and distance medley relay distances. HollyAnn was the 2021 Women’s Champion at WV’s Rim to River 100 miler in a smoking fast 19:00:37 where she was 4th overall and was an 1:40 ahead of the next closest lady in the field. PLUS, she is the inaugural Cabin Fever 50k women’s champ in 4:17 and was the 7th place overall finish in a very competitive field. HollyAnn is sponsored by Trails Collective Elite, Rabbit Running, Nuun Hydration, and Coros Global Explorer Team. The Hurricane Hundred is presented by Little Caesars and the City of Hurricane, WV. 3880 contact: Jason Hager Guest Host: Matt Young
17:22
March 24, 2022
Investing in the Future - Young Life in West Virginia
In this episode of the 3880 podcast, I sat down with Scott Berg and Ben Tuel to talk about the mission of Young Life, the growth in West Virginia, and challenges faced by our current circumstances. 
55:42
July 31, 2020
Building Community During a Crisis - The Meeks Mountain Trail System
In Episode 7 of 3880, we take a slight shift from our normal topics to highlight an amazing local project happening in my local area of Hurricane, WV. The Meeks Mountain Trail System is a partnership between the City of Hurricane (West Virginia), The Meeks Family, and a core group of community volunteers who've come together to make something magical - An outdoor playground of hiking and biking trails with big plans for expansion and development. Learn more by visiting the Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/419828891762548/ If you want to get involved, donate time, or make a financial contribution, get in touch with me at jasonhager@riverridge.org and ill connect you with the group heading up the development of the Meeks Mountain Trials.
39:42
June 23, 2020
Champions of Foster Care with Mission WV
May is National Foster Care Month and to celebrate, Episode 6 of 3880 features Kelly Thompson and Rachel Kinder of Mission WV. The show explores the current climate of Foster Care in West Virginia and provides information on ways to support the growing number of children in need of a home. If you've ever considered foster care or adoption, now is the time to take some action! Over 7000 children in West Virginia and over 400,000 kids in the United States (source: adoptuskids.org) are in need of a home. Mission WV is a great place to start. If foster care isn't for you, you can still support by donating to a great organization making a difference in the lives of kids and families around the state. Mission WV changes the lives of youth and families through promoting positive futures by recruiting foster families, providing life skills education, and creating community connections. They are active in supporting foster/adopt families from all over West Virginia and provide support and education programs to achieve their visions - to provide every child with a loving family and the knowledge to make positive choices for a healthier future. Links: Mission WV Donate to Mission WV Online Information Request  Misson WV Facebook Page
28:19
May 24, 2020
Refugee Highway Part 3 - The Front Lines
In this final installment (Part 3) in a series called The Refugee Highway, Joe Dunn and I talk about our experiences Greece - From working in a drop-in center in Thessaloniki to the literal front line of this crisis on the island of Lesvos (at Camp Moria) - We talk through the harsh realities that refugee families face when deciding to flee tyranny and oppression. Thousands are leaving in search of peace, safety, and shelter but arrive to find conditions that are unimaginable.  References: Agean Boat Report Refugee Rescue Camp Moria - A doctor’s story: inside the ‘living hell’ of Moria refugee camp  Learn more: Reliant Mission Joe Dunn (Bio) Great Commission Europe River Ridge Church Jason Hager (Bio) Have questions or want to know more about this episode? We'd love to hear from you - contact  Jason Hager Produced by Louie DeGeorge
54:25
April 30, 2020
The Refugee Highway Part 2 - Places, Faces & Conversations
This is part 2 of a series called The Refugee Highway. I spent 2 weeks in Europe (Netherlands, Germany, and Greece) with Joe Dunn of Great Commission Europe/Reliant traveling to refugee camps, visiting with refugee families, and working alongside those who have been impacted by this crisis.  In Episode 4, Part 2, Joe and I recount our trip through Amsterdam, Germany, and Greece and discuss the different living conditions (Refugee Camps) and situations faced by refugees - Debates, cultural challenges, and real people struggling through this crisis. We also talk about the different refugee families and groups that we met along the way and conversations that took place.   Learn more:  Reliant Mission (https://reliant.org/)  Joe Dunn (https://reliant.org/about/our-people/board-members/joe-dunn)  (Bio)  Great Commission Europe (https://www.gceweb.org/)  River Ridge Church (http://www.riverridge.org/)  Jason Hager (http://www.riverridge.org/about-us/our-team/member/1438841/)  (Bio)  Have questions or want to know more about this episode? We'd love to hear from you - contact  Jason (mailto:jasonhager@riverridge.org) Produced by Louie DeGeorge
39:45
April 21, 2020
The Refugee Highway Part 1 - With Joe Dunn
This episode kicks off of a 3-part series called The Refugee Highway. I spent 2 weeks in Europe (Netherlands, Germany, and Greece) with Joe Dunn of Great Commission Europe/Reliant traveling to refugee camps, visiting with refugee families, and working alongside those who have been impacted by this crisis. In episode 1, we unpack what's been happing in Europe to families who are fleeing oppression, injustice, and war. Joe and I cover lots of ground in this 3-part series and ultimately talk through practical ways to get involved in this global crisis. Learn more: Reliant Mission (https://reliant.org/) Joe Dunn (https://reliant.org/about/our-people/board-members/joe-dunn) (Bio) Great Commission Europe (https://www.gceweb.org/) River Ridge Church (http://www.riverridge.org/) Jason Hager (http://www.riverridge.org/about-us/our-team/member/1438841/) (Bio) Have questions or want to know more about this episode? We'd love to hear from you - contact Jason (mailto:jasonhager@riverridge.org) .
25:25
February 10, 2020
Brian David Miller - From Cross Lanes, WV to Colombia, South America
In this episode, we talk with Brian David Miller from Global Transformation Ministries. Colombian Coffee and Esther's House Pregnancy Crisis Home are just a few of the topics we discuss. Connect with Brian: http://www.tministries.org/ (http://www.tministries.org/) https://www.facebook.com/BrianMillerColombia (https://www.facebook.com/BrianMillerColombia)
19:35
January 15, 2020
Overland Missions - Preston & Jersey Sheldon
3880 talks with Preston and Jersey Sheldon with Overland Missions. About Overland - For Christ, we communicate the Gospel in remote places, with an emphasis on the new creation, in order to transform forgotten people, by making disciples and developing leaders. Guest Contact Information: preston@overlandmissions.com Website: www.overlandmissions.com (http://www.overlandmissions.com) Hosted by: Jason Hager (mailto:jasonhager@mac.com) Produced by: Louie DeGeorge Graphics: Rob Russo www.riverridge.org (http://www.riverridge.org)
22:30
December 20, 2019