Major League Triathlon has announced its 2016 professional team rosters. These eight teams of four will face off on four separate occasions throughout the year for the chance to take home the inaugural MLT Championship.
Quite a few of the athletes are from Colorado, including Alex Libin & Erin Jones from Colorado Springs and John O’Neill from Vail.
Justin Trolle, of Vanguard Endurance Coaching, in Colorado Springs is coach to both Alex and Erin.
Watch for more information as the challenge unfolds during the 2016 season. Read more
By Nicole Odell, from her blog Neo Endurance Sports
Productivity is a big topic these days out on the interwebs and book stores. Being that I’m self employed, train about 15 hours a week, write for 303triathlon.com (and soon will contribute some to 303cycling.com), and am a captain for a Bike MS team, it’s definitely important that I make the most of my time. But I want to do it in such a way that I don’t feel too stressed out about everything I need to get done. Having a specific routine has been really helpful in getting me off on the right foot… Read more
Whose race mantras are “stay conservative” or “race your own race”? I do this all the time, sometimes I listen, sometimes I don’t and I crash and burn.
Having a race day plan is super important. Start with the basics. Where should your heart rate be during a long race?
Coach Mike Ricci of D3 Multisport discusses where your HR should be and how to find that perfect IRONMAN heart rate. Read more
By Dana Willett
“I bet your closet is very organized.”
That was Eney Jones’ assessment of my swim stroke and mechanics back in 2013. I’d only swum one lap, and she had me pegged, watching from the pool deck, just from the way I held my fingers…
Read about Dana Willett’s recent video analysis experience at the new CU Sports Medicine & Performance Center’s SwimLabs Flume, with Eney Jones-
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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