Life Enhancing Lessons from Sports
Sports + Life + Balance

Hosted by 2-time US Olympian and Emmy winning producer John Moffet, SPORTS + LIFE + BALANCE goes behind-the-scenes with your favorite athletes to hear the untold stories from pivotal moments in their careers, and how athletics has shaped and transformed their lives. You'll laugh, you'll cry, and you might learn a thing or two.

Recent Episodes

S2 E6 "Little Dream Inside My Head" - Feat. Bonnie Blair

Aug. 12, 2022

This week on SPORTS+LIFE+BALANCE, we welcome Bonnie Blair a speed skater and one of the most decorated Olympians of all time. At 16 years old, Bonnie qualified for the U.S. Olympic trials the first time she raced the 500 met…

Guest: Bonnie Blair

S3 E5 “Hug the Vision” – feat. Lex Gillette

Aug. 5, 2022

Blind + Paralympic Long Jumper = Visionary

Guest: Lex Gillette

S3 E4 “How Could That Be Done?” – feat. Lynne Cox

July 29, 2022

Extreme Marathon Swimmer + Explorer = Bestselling Author

Guest: Lynne Cox

S3 E3 “When God Winks” – feat. Scott Hamilton

July 22, 2022

Cancer Survivor + Figure Skating Star = Olympic Legend

S3 E2 “Pressure is a Privilege” – feat. Brooke + Kurt Hanson

July 15, 2022

Aussie Siblings + Surf Lifesaving Heritage = Ambassadors of Sport

S3 E1 “Failures in My Life Are Now My Trophies” feat. Greg Bonann

July 8, 2022

L.A. Lifeguard + Filmmaker = Baywatch Creator

Guest: Greg Bonann

About the Host

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John Moffet


John started swimming when he was 11-years old and quickly moved through the international ranks, making the 1980 Olympic Team as a high-schooler. However, the United States boycotted the Moscow Games due to the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. While at Stanford University, John broke his first of two World Records in the 100 Breaststroke on his way to making the 1984 Olympic Team. Unfortunately, he tore a leg muscle in his first Olympic event, finishing fifth. Due to the severity of the injury, John was forced to withdraw from the 200 Breast and 400 Medley Relay and spent much of the remaining year rehabilitating his leg. John was five-time NCAA Division 1 Champion and part of two NCAA Team Championships. As a senior at Stanford, John was co-captain, honored as a scholar-athlete in the PAC-10 and received the NCAA Top VI Award – honoring the six most outstanding student-athletes in America. He has been elected to the Stanford Athletic Hall of Fame, the Pac-12 All-Century Team and received the Congressional Gold Medal from President Carter because of 1980 Olympic boycott.

John has produced 100’s of hours of television for networks ranging from, CBS, NBC, ABC and FOX, to cable channels Discovery, TLC, VH1, ESPN and HBO. However, John’s highest professional honor was winning three Primetime Emmy Awards while producing seven seasons of The Amazing Race.

John is President of the Southern California Olympians + Paralympians Association and he was recently elected to the Executive Committee of the US Olympians + Paralympians. He currently serves on the boards of the LA Sports Council, Ready Set Gold! and Trident Swim Foundation.