From Training Peaks The IRONMAN World Championship is a daunting race. As we pointed out in our recent article about adjusting race plans for the environment, many athletes especially first timers often underestimate the demands of the course. Athletes must overcome the climbs, the ever changing wind conditions, and the heat and humidity to hitRead More
D3 Multisport is well represented in Kona this year. With five Colorado athletes and 3 other others, Mike Ricci, head coach for D3 and his wife Melanie will be busy all day tracking athletes.
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Stryd, a company that made the first wearable running power meter, is based out of Colorado and 303 has been following them for the last couple years. They just won the Hype Foundation’s Global Innovation in Sports Competition in Rio, so we were definitely interested in what they were showing everyone here in Kona. One of the things StrydRead More
303’s collegiate ambassador, Mercedes DiCarli, is originally from Kona but attends school at CSU. Today she was featured on the Big Island NOW news site as she prepares to race Saturday in the Ironman World Championships: Earning a slot in full-distance qualifiers is one way to secure a spot at the starting line. Other waysRead More
From WITSUP By Stef Hanson: It was a simple conversation over a good coffee where Mary Beth Ellis dropped a bombshell. Triathlon’s Honey Badger has decided to call it a day. Witsup’s Chief, Stef Hanson recalls the meeting where Ellis delivered the news…. Read Stef Hanson’s comments HERE Mary Beth Ellis – Official Retirement StatementRead More