• Athlete Trackers: Here’s a Good One!

    Submitted by Jen Findley on July 9th, 2014

    If you have friends and family that do the full and half Ironman distance races, the waiting is nerve-racking. With the courses that are so large, it’s difficult to cover the distance the athletes do in order to catch a glimpse and cheer them on. There are maybe half a dozen apps out there toRead More

    • Ironman Boulder: Update on Shuttles to the Swim start

      Submitted by Jen Findley on July 7th, 2014

      I am going to post some important info over the next few days and will start with shuttles. On race morning, every athlete (no matter where you are staying in town or live in town) must go to the Boulder High School and board a shuttle to access the swim start. At the high schoolRead More

      • Local pros expect ‘brutal’ Boulder Ironman in August

        Submitted by Dana Willett on June 17th, 2014

        On the heels of Boulder’s 70.3 on Sunday, some of the local pros sound off regarding the full Ironman coming up in August, predicting a brutal race that is “exposed to the sun and radiating heat.” From the Boulder Daily Camera: Boulder has been the site of a half-Ironman race for 13 years, but theRead More

        • Ironman Boulder Guide to Transitions

          Submitted by Dana Willett on June 11th, 2014

          Perspectives by Luis Vargas , MarkAllenOnline Coach Ironman Boulder is less than 2 months away and this past weekend I hosted my first camp where all campers ran and rode the race course. One of the campers had good questions about transitions and the logistics of it. It reminded me of how different transitions areRead More