303 Triathlon Ambassador Erin Trail attended the first Rueter-Hess Reservoir Open House at Parker Town Hall on February 17, 2016, with the goal of learning more about recreational opportunities that may be offered – specifically triathlon and open water swimming. What she learned is very encouraging and exciting for the triathlon community…
USA Triathlon has released rankings and the list of athletes who attained All American status.
If you’re not on the All American Team, it’s only because the competition in Colorado is so fierce.
Check out these facts and figures. Read more
Beautiful weekend on the horizon. Don’t miss these great events.
COS TT and Chilly Cheeks series are coming to an end for this year.
Test your swimming fitness at Tri Rock Club’s 5th Annual Rock Classic Master’s Swim Meet.
If you play in Estes Park, there is a public meeting Thursday evening to discuss the master trail plan for Estes Valley.
Be sure to check the calendar for great mid week events Read more
Stress. On some level, isn’t training supposed to relieve stress? For me it does, but some days there’s so much “life” going on, the stress is fitting in the training without compromising my families needs.
Pete Alfino, owner and coach of Mile High Multisport shares some great tips on reducing stress in you life in regards to training and “getting it all done”. Read more
How comfortable are you with your Open Water Swimming? You aren’t alone if you don’t love it.
Open water swimming and the emotions swirling around it get plenty of attention these days. Many triathletes describe the “panic attacks” as feelings they experience in open water and not in their pool swims.
Maybe their attacks are not panic at all. Make no mistake, these sensations are awful and real. Read more