• Steamboat Ironman Becomes Spartan

    Submitted by Jen Findley on June 22nd, 2016

    You may know her as an IRONMAN champion, coach or the mom who drives carpool on Tuesdays either way, Steamboat Springs resident Heather Gollnick, a five-time Ironman champion, was selected to compete on NBC’s “Spartan: Ultimate Team Challenge.” The new TV series, from the producers of “American Ninja Warrior” .

    The longtime triathlete has found something new to keep her motivated while training. “Who doesn’t like to play in the rain and play in the mud?” Read more

    • Collegiate Corner: USAT Announces NCAA Women’s 2016 Schedule

      Submitted by Jen Findley on June 22nd, 2016

      USAT announced the 2016 schedule for the NCAA women’s triathlon season earlier this week.

      303Triathlon Collegiate Contributor, Mercedes DeCarli, discusses what this means for women in triathlon as well as Colorado’s collegiate teams. Read more

      • Bouncing Back and Charging Forward

        Submitted by Nicole Odell on June 22nd, 2016

        By Nicole Odell

        Bouncing back. Moving forward. Getting on with my adventures after life threw some interesting challenges my way.
        I talked about the “challenge years” – the time period of 2013-2015 that was a bit rough. How would you handle a layoff, two hip surgeries, getting diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, and a divorce in the span of a little over two years? Read more

        • Tri Club Tuesday: Boulder Sends 15 TriClubs to Puerto Rico

          Submitted by Jen Findley on June 21st, 2016

          IRONMAN Boulder 70.3 on Saturday June 11th served as the TriClub Championship race of 2016. With more than 125 tri clubs from around the country represented on race day, the top three in each of five divisions earned spots to compete in the 2017 IRONMAN 70.3 Pan American TriClub Championships to be held in Puerto Rico.

          Of those 15 teams, 6 of them are from Colorado.

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          • Tri Coach Tuesday: Get Tested

            Submitted by Jen Findley on June 21st, 2016

            How many of us had a rough few days of training, tired, run down, difficulty recovering? Most of the time, in a few days things seem to “go back to normal” and we continue on.

            What if things don’t change after a few days and it persists? No matter how intune we are with our bodies, it’s important to follow up with your doctor and make sure that little “rough patch” wasn’t a sign from your body that something else is looming on the horizon.

            D3 Multisport Coach Jim Hallberg, recounts a recent experience and why it importand to Get Tested. Read more