• Women On Wheels, WOW: Social Events

    Submitted by Jen Findley on April 15th, 2016

    Women are a very important and growing part of the triathlon and cycling communities. While everyone will agree that cycling clubs and groups are all good, there’s something about an all women’s group.

    In order to help foster the growth of women in triathlon and cycling, we are starting a Women On Wheels series to introduce women to the MANY resources available in Colorado just for women. If you are a coach, event organizer, race director or anyone else with information on events and groups specifically for women, please contact Jennifer Findley so we can include the information with our resources.

    We hope you enjoy this series and find it useful. Read more

    • Glassmith2 to Award Boulder 70.3 and IM Boulder Entries

      Submitted by Jen Findley on April 13th, 2016

      Glassmith2 local custom engraving company and official IRONMAN North America awards supplier, has announced that they have two race entries to give away. An entry for the Boulder 70.3 on June 11 and an entry for IRONMAN Boulder on August 7.

      The Boulder 70.3 is sold out and while IRONMAN Boulder is not sold out yet, here’s your chance to win your entry.

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      • Pro POV: How to keep Sponsors Happy

        Submitted by Dana Willett on April 13th, 2016

        Boulder Pro Tyler Butterfield has his methods down to a science in terms of anticipating what his sponsors will want throughout the season. He has designed a great strategy for supplying all of his product photos in one streamlined media session. Check out the video that recaps it all:

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        • Nutritional Challenges for Collegiate Triathletes

          Submitted by Dana Willett on April 13th, 2016

          By Mercedes DeCarli

          The Struggle to Stay Healthy While Eating in the Dining Halls

          Triathletes stress their bodies more than the average person – add a full college course load and a part-time job on top of that and you have a recipe for immune system disaster…

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          • Colorado Multisport Brings Boulder Talent Together

            Submitted by Dana Willett on April 11th, 2016

            On Thursday 7th, Michael Stone and the crew at Colorado Multi Sport opened their doors and hosted another Performance Series discussion. This time is was all about THE BIKE. There was a panel discussion with predetermined questions followed by a Q & A period. The panel was diverse as it included Tyler Butterfield, Cam Dye, Eric Kenney, Neal Henderson, and Ryan Ignatz. These guys were a great representation of Coaches, Professionals, Enthusiasts, Mechanics and Long and short distance racers… Read more