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Tri Coach Tuesday: Late Season Motivation


Today is September 1st. Triathlon season in Colorado and the Northern Hemisphere is slowing down and drawing to a close; fewer than a dozen triathlons on the calendar for September and October.

There are many of us that still have “A” races on our calendars. And, there are dozens of Colorado athletes who are headed to Kona in a few short weeks for Ironman World Championships.

With so many of our friends and regular training partners starting to back down their training, how do you keep your training intensity on track for both our bodies and minds.

Coach AJ Johnson of D3 Multisport has some thoughts on how to keep the motivation going to help you finish out your season.

Inside the Mind of Marian Mead and the Outdoor Divas Triathlon


Earlier this month, the Outdoor Divas sprint triathlon put on by Without limits took place at the Union Reservoir in Longmont. 303 ambassador Marian Mead was there with her daughter, Tatum, and shared her fast flowing thoughts about the race with us.

Xterra Buffalo Creek Race Report by Dan Wyszynski


Xterra Buffalo Creek: Race Report by Dan Wyszynski

I found it hard to turn down riding dirt up at Buffalo Creek/Wellington Lake area. This area is probably one of my all-time favorite places. Many trails are like riding in a pit of ball bearings. Pea gravel everywhere on top of dirt makes for some fun tire drifting situations. Ride so fast, to the point of panic and back off a hair!

Boulder Sunset Race: Your Cause Sports


Are you thinking about a late season race this weekend? There are several options available.

A great one to consider is the Boulder Sunset Sprint Tri/Duathlon/5k run on Saturday at the Boulder Reservoir.

Locally owned and managed by Your Cause Sports, a non profit organization that whose races ”create an atmosphere of empowerment and motivation you won't find anywhere else”.


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