• AZONIE:Bike Support When You Race Away From Home

    Submitted by 303Triathlon on March 3rd, 2016

    If you travel to race, what do you do with your bike? Some folks opt for a transport company when available but some folks choose to pack their bike in a travel case or make it cozy in their car and take it with them.

    If you take it with you, how to you find a bike service at your destination.

    AZONIE offers mechanical, logistical and race support for athletes, both cyclists and triathletes. The AZONIE team brings more than 20 years of professional race, event and individual support to cycling sports. Read more

    • Athletes in Tandem: Giving back and Love Lost

      Submitted by 303Triathlon on March 2nd, 2016

      By Dennis Vanderheiden

      My first race in 2016 with Athletes in Tandem was the BMO Harris Bank Phoenix Half Marathon this past weekend and was memorable in so many ways… Last year I had signed up to run with an athlete at this event and was planning to add a sightseeing trip to the Grand Canyon with my wife, Cindy, since it was on her bucket list. . . As it got closer to our departure date my wife’s brain tumor had progressed to where she was needing more and more physical care and I cancelled our flights… Read more

      • The sport of Triathlon hits the big screen

        Submitted by 303Triathlon on March 1st, 2016

        TRI | OFFICIAL TRAILER #1 | 2016

        Natalie, an ultrasound tech with a history of not finishing things, is inspired by a cancer patient to sign up for a Triathlon. .. Read more

        • Tri Club Tuesday: Coal Creek Tri Club

          Submitted by 303Triathlon on March 1st, 2016

          Live in the Louisville area and looking for a tri club for yourself and maybe your family?

          Well you’re in luck. Coal Creek Tri Club is just getting started. Runner’s Roost of Louisville will be hosting their launch party next week, March 9.

          So, mark your calendars and read on for all of the details. Read more

          • Pro Triathlete Kara LaPoint – Body size and being a “bigger” athlete

            Submitted by 303Triathlon on February 29th, 2016

            Here is a wonderful, tell-it-like-it-is article from Pro Triathlete Kara LaPoint about female athletes, body image, and the TRUTH about body size – smaller is not always better…

            I have to say I’m glad that January is over. While that first month on the calendar brings the promise, potential and opportunity of a new year ahead and a fresh start, it also tends to bring a LOT of talk, in a whole lot of unavoidable spheres, about fitness, weight and body image… essentially, a lot of talk about how we should be trying to be lighter — and therefore “better” — versions of ourselves… Read more