The Iron Man: Daniel Humm
Eleven Madison Park
Sport: Competes in a dozen 30-mile mountain-bike races per year at the highest amateur level.
Longest ride: British Columbia’s 300-mile, seven-day BC Bike Race.
Marathons run: Five; best time: 2:51.
Typical workout: 7 a.m. mile jog with 2-year-old daughter, twelve-mile
run alone, a swim at the Y.
Photo: Alamy (body); courtesy of Daniel Humm (face). Illustration by Jesse Lenz.
The Slapshot Artist: Hugue Dufour
of the past and future M. Wells, and its interim incarnation at P.S. 1
Sport: League ice hockey.
Team name: The Family Guys.
Holiday on ice: “You can play physical, you can hit, you can get out a lot
What he won’t give up for the game: Smoking, drinking, foie gras.
Photo: Alamy (body); courtesy of Hugue Dufour (face). Illustration by Jesse Lenz.
The Kung Fu Kid: Rich Torrisi
Torrisi Italian Specialties, Parm
Sport: Fu Jow Pai, the martial art modeled after the movements of an attacking tiger.
Current level: First-degree black belt.
Inner warrior: “When I started I really just wanted to learn how to kick ass. Eventually, I realized that to be great at it is to never use it.”
Post-training-session snack: Protein shake.
No chicken parm? “Never.”
Photo: Alamy (body); courtesy of Rich Torrisi (face). Illustration by Jesse Lenz.
The Cyclist: Laurent Gras
triple-Michelin-starred pop-up king, late of Chicago’s L20, currently scouting New York location
Career highlight: Took year off to join competitive cycling team and train
quasi-professionally, garnering two second-place finishes.
A good ride: A 100-mile round trip from Chelsea apartment to Bear Mountain.
Added bonus: “When I ride, I eat all the time and never feel full.”
Photo: Alamy (body); courtesy of Laurent Gras (face). Illustration by Jesse Lenz.