Fox Sports Net’s newest series, Endurance Traveler, heads to Jamaica this week to tackle the Reggae Marathon, give viewers an exclusive tour of the Bob Marley Museum and join former college football star and one of Jamaica’s favorite sons, Rohan Marley, as he attempts his first distance race.
The only travel show ever featured on FSN is coming off a big ratings increase and is giving viewers even more reasons to tune in. On this week’s episode, airing Thursday, Oct. 21 at 3:00 pm or 5:00 pm local (check local listings), host Dean Warhaft gets special access to film inside the Bob Marley Museum. Warhaft takes viewers around the Awards Room, showcasing Marley’s platinum albums and Grammy Awards, plus gets a never-before-seen private tour of the estate and the grounds.
In a special honor, the Marley family granted Endurance Traveler use of Bob Marley’s “Three Little Birds” song for the episode.
After the museum tour, it’s time to race. Dean didn’t want to run Jamaica’s famed Reggae Marathon alone, so he convinced his longtime friend Rohan Marley to attempt his first half marathon. Marley quickly learns that college football practice is nothing like a grueling 13 mile course.
Endurance Traveler follows Warhaft as he goes to the four corners of the globe, pushing himself through the most strenuous competitions in sports. Then Dean serves as your guide to local culture and cuisine, this week getting a behind-the-scenes tour of Rohan’s famous Marley Coffee Company.
Endurance Traveler airs weekly on FSN.
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