One of 303Tri’s greatest allies and most revered athletes, Ellen Hart, is currently featured on ESPN, reflecting on her five world titles in 2015, achieved despite injury. Ellen’s well-known path – overcoming anorexia and bulimia, in addition to her drive to win and competitiveness – has now brought her to a place of balance, and peace: “Now that I’m happy and healthy, I thought, ‘Oh dear, I probably can’t perform well any more,’ because you sort of have this image that the driven people are the ones that really excel. Then I realized that I could run from a place of joy and gratitude. It truly feels better than some of the driven-ness and needing to always prove something to myself and other people.”
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Congratulations to the Boulder Tri Club (BTC) on award of $2500 grant from Ironman’s Women for Tri initiative, announced today:
The Triathlon Club Grant Program was established to support local triathlon clubs as they develop programming and activities to increase female participation in triathlon… Read more
Looking for something beyond the Broncos vs. Steelers game this weekend? Check out these options.
Race directors symposium going on this weekend in Colorado Springs. Certainly some great folks talking about some important topics
Race #2 in the Chilly Cheeks Duathlon Series.
For many of us, running on the treadmill during the winter is a gloomy prospect.
USA Triathlon Coach of the Year Mike Ricci, founder and head coach for D3 Multisport has some important tips on dressing properly for winter training.
Winter training can be rough going if you don’t have the proper gear or know how to layer your clothes.
There’s an old saying that says, “There’s no such thing as bad weather, only bad gear.” And to some degree, that makes sense to us endurance athletes. There are times that you just have to get your workouts in, no matter what the weather is doing, and being prepared with your gear will help ensure a quality training session.