• Weekend Preview: Gain Confidence On the Bike and Off

    Submitted by 303Triathlon on February 25th, 2016

    This weekend offers opportunity to better yourself, better your training and better your racing.

    Boulder Cycle Sport is hosting a session with Dr. Julie Emmerman who will discuss those doubtful and sabotaging thoughts.

    Marc Evans is hosting a swim clinic to help improve swim technique.

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    • Ironman/Life Time Announce 2016 Women For Tri Board Of Advisors

      Submitted by 303Triathlon on February 25th, 2016

      From Triathlon Competitor

      Ironman and Life Time today announced the members that will make up its 2016 Women For Tri Board of Advisors. Triathlete Editor-in-Chief Julia Polloreno and eight others who were a part of the founding board will continue to serve, while three new names—most notably multiple Ironman World Championship podium finisher and pro triathlete Rachel Joyce—will join the board…

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      • First in History: Denver Blind Ultra-Runner Romero Wins Ultra-Marathon

        Submitted by 303Triathlon on February 24th, 2016

        From Colorado Runner

        The San Jorge 50-mile endurance race held in Puerto Rico on Feb. 6 was won by legally blind runner Jason Romero of Denver, Colo. It is rare to have blind people competing in marathons, even rarer to find blind people competing in ultra-marathons (more than 26.2 miles), and was unheard of, until last Saturday, for a blind person to actually win an ultra-marathon… Read more

        • Collegiate Corner: NoCo Endurance Center

          Submitted by 303Triathlon on February 24th, 2016

          NoCo Endurance Center is open for business. Located in Ft. Collins, NoCo Endurance Center provides indoor cycling classes, Lactate Threshold and VO2 Max testing and Gait Analysis.

          Mercedes DeCarli recently spent some time talking with owner Justin Freyermuth discussing what his center is about and the value of these test results for training. Read more