• Primal Bike Expo: Triathlon Leaders

    Submitted by Dana Willett on May 12th, 2016

    303Triathlon is proud to present the Triathlon Leadership Panel at this year’s Primal Colorado Bike Expo.

    On Saturday at 1:00 come hear Ironman Race Director Ashlie Nalls, Rev3 Representative Carole Sharpless, and Without Limits Race Director Lance Panigutti discuss all things triathlon… Amazing Giveaways including race entries! Read more- Read more

    • Weekend Preview: Let’s Get Rollin’

      Submitted by Jen Findley on May 12th, 2016

      The weekend is almost here and there are lots of great events on the calendar for everyone.

      Ladies Night at Boulder Cycle Sport, Colorado Bike Expo, Swim Clinic, Youth Rodeo, Climbing Clinics, TT’s and Tri’s just to mention a few.

      Check out the complete calendar. Read more

      • Mountain Swim Series: Discount Before May 31

        Submitted by Jen Findley on May 11th, 2016

        Mountain Swim Series hit the scene at the beginning of the 2015 season. Their purpose, to provide quality distance OWS events for anyone who is interested in OWS. The season was a great success.

        This season brings more excitement and fun to the schedule in addition to more races.

        Hurry and register by May 31st to get your multi swim discount.

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        • Training & Racing with Boulder’s Vixxen Racing

          Submitted by Jen Findley on May 11th, 2016

          Vixxen Racing is an elite women’s triathlon team.

          The team has been in the works since October of 2015. Vixxen Racing consists of 11 of the top women amateur triathletes in Boulder. Stripped of their lycra kits and running shoes (well for most of the night) and dressed for the evening, theses ladies made their debut at a launch party in April hosted by CMS.

          This past weekend, they kicked off their 2016 season and took St. George by storm, as they competed in the IRONMAN St. George 70.3, winning the team competition. Read more

          • Ironman 70.3 Utah—Freeze or Fry

            Submitted by Dana Willett on May 10th, 2016

            If the Ironman races in St. George, UT are getting a reputation for tough days, perhaps it’s because they earned it. When it was a full Ironman, up until 2012, weather conditions varied from shrieking winds that sank the kayaks and blew the course buoys away, to 90 degree heat and yes, again, those gusty winds.

            At the 70.3 race on Saturday, May 7, the weather turned again. Three days before the race the weather was identical to the 2011 event—91 degrees with west winds 20-35 mph.

            Then the weather changed… Read more