• Tri Coach Tuesday: Kathy Alfino Inducted to Hall of Fame

    Submitted by 303Triathlon on March 22nd, 2016

    Congratulations Coach Kathy Alfino!

    Earlier this month Kthy Alfino, Mile High Multisport coach and athlete, was inducted into the Sportswomen of Colorado Hall of Fame.

    She joins other great Colorado women including Ellen Hart, Amy Van Dyken and Libby Hickman.

    What a great honor to be so well respected by your athletes, fellow coaches and AG competition. Read more

    • Weekend Preview: Movies, Rides & Races

      Submitted by 303Triathlon on March 18th, 2016

      Early season rides, races and clinics.

      If you live in the 719, be sure to check out the GiddyUp Film Fest. Great MTB films.

      Check it all out! Read more

      • Pro Bike Express – First Class Travel for Your Bike

        Submitted by 303Triathlon on March 17th, 2016

        How do you get your bike to your away from home event? Options are limited.

        Pro Bike Express owner, Wesley Smith, offers safe, quality and personalized service at every event he travels to.

        PBE is continuing to expand their service into the MTB realm offering simple, safe and easy way to race outside the state without breaking the bank or your bike.

        Pro Bike Express will be supporting the 2016 Austin Rattler MTB in early April.

        For reservations and PBE’s full travel schedule, read on. Read more

        • Learn To Love Swimming

          Submitted by 303Triathlon on March 16th, 2016

          Many of us have a love-hate relationship with swimming.

          What if you could just change your mind about hating swimming? And if you could do it easily, quickly and permanently? How would that change your approach to training and racing?

          USAT Coach and Mental Skills Coach Will Murray can help us to Learn to Love the Swim in a short amount of time with seven easy steps.

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          • Tri Club Tuesday: Coal Creek Tri Club Launch Successful

            Submitted by 303Triathlon on March 15th, 2016

            The Coal Creek Tri Club launch party last week was a huge success. With nearly 50 folks in attendance, including youth and families, this club is off to a great start.

            With a unique schedule allowing for both adults and youth to train, the involvement of professional coaches, and it’s modest club fees, this club is open to anyone who wants to give triathlon a try.

             Read more