Team Manager: D3 Multisport

This is a new position for D3 Multisport and as our triathlon coaching company grows, the purpose of this position is to create camaraderie, excitement and connection among all Team D3 athletes and coaches. This position will manage the Team experience for new and current Team D3 athletes (including training plans, custom plans and 1-to-1 coached athletes) by creating and implementing opportunities, programs and communication pieces that demonstrate value, recognition, support and other important aspects to enhance their coaching experience.  


This is a part-time, hourly position.  Approximately 5-10 hours per week depending on the projects and season.  The person in this position will need to have some office hours in Boulder, CO.  The schedule can be pre-set on a weekly basis (outside of special events), or can be flexible.  This position will report to the Director of Getting Things Done and the responsibilities are as follows:



*Create and implement a communication strategy with the Director of Getting Things Done utilizing the Team D3 Facebook Group, email and other strategies.

*Manage the Athlete Page of the D3 website

*Coordinate communication to the Team about events, special offers, sponsors, etc.

*Get creative with tools available including InfusionSoft, Canva, Facebook, FB Live, etc.



*Coordinate Team meet-ups at races and align the coaches as necessary

*Coordinate Team events (volunteer opportunities, tri community event participation, etc.)

*Identify and implement opportunities in the tri community where a D3 presence is appropriate.

*Coordinate at least the following race day, and pre or post events:  IM Boulder, Boulder Peak, Boulder 70.3, Annual Season-End Party



*Manage the tri and cycling orders for the Team

*Manage orders for accessories including hats, shirts, etc.

*Manage gear inventory

*Manage monthly new athlete roster to determine gear needs, thank you cards, etc.

*Update the Athlete Portal section of the Team D3 website where gear is featured



*Brainstorm and implement other areas to engage the Team!

*Other duties as assigned.


Desired Qualifications

*Community or team building experience

*Strong customer service background

*Exceptional event planning skills

*Amazing attention to detail

*Packaging and postal experience

*Loves to make people feel part of something special

*Enjoys being a virtual and in-person presence

*Is a networker

*Has experience setting and executing a communication calendar

*Oh ya gotta be creative (both in a digital sense and when it comes to working with little-to-no budget on projects)

*Ability to assimilate with a brand very quickly

*Comfortable working in a home-office (ours and yours!)

*Can come up with new ideas and implement them

*Flexibility is key as we define the responsibilities of this position

*No questions about it – you need to be able to multi-task

*Experience with a CRM tool (InfusionSoft preferred)

*Strong experience with social channels (YouTube, Insta, Twitter, FB, etc.)

*Good experience with Google systems (docs, calendar, etc.)

*Absolutely must be committed to our Team.  It’s not just a job, you’ve got to demonstrate passion for triathlon and the community of the sport as this is a lifestyle and will require odd work hours including weekends


For questions and to apply for this position, please email the Director of Getting Things Done, Melanie Ricci, at  Include your resume and a cover letter that explains at least 3 reasons why you are a good fit for this position and pick one of your own personal endurance events and explain what it meant to you.

IRONMAN Boulder 70.3



Boulder 70.3 offers amazing views from start to finish, a bike course that is flat and fast and a run course all on dirt – easy on the knees.


Icing on the cake is that there are 30 slots for 70.3 World Championships in Nice, France.


Details here

Pearl Street Mile



The Pearl Street mile will see a major change to the original course this year with the new course being a 2 lapped event. The race will start on 14th and Spruce St and it will finish in front of Boulder’s iconic Court House located on the Pearl St Mall.

The newly designed course will make it spectator friendly with Downtown Boulder’s Band on the Bricks and the new finish line in front of the Boulder Court House will certainly make it one of the most spectacular finish line backdrops.

After the race, enjoy the Downtown Boulder’s Bands on the Bricks, which is Boulder County’s premier outdoor summer concert series taking place on the Pearl Street Mall adjacent to the race finish line. Listen to music from “That Eighties Band” and venture into the beer garden and enjoy a nice cold post race beer courtesy of Avery Brewing Company.


Event details here

West End 3k



Part of the Downtown Boulder Race Series.  The race will be at the traditional starting spot of 11th and Pearl, but this year it will be bigger than ever before with the live 80’s cover band “The Goonies”, the Oskar Blues beer garden, and of course running races for all ages. The West End race has reverted back to the popular 3K distance, which was last held in 2013.

This years West End 3K promises to be a great event. With all races being multi-lapped loops making them spectator friendly, the new redevelopment of the West End of Pearl completed, plenty of great options to eat and have a drink while relaxing after your race, there is no excuse not to have a good time!


Event details here

Calling all Volunteers!

Best way to experience spectating an Ironman? Volunteer!!

Did you know it takes about 2500 volunteers to make this race happen. Anywhere from body markers, swim safety to aid stations on the bike and run as well as finish catchers. It can’t be done without the volunteers!

From Race Director, Tim Brosious . . .
There are several key positions left or needing some additional coverage. Aid stations on both the bike and the run are our highest priority and are really looking to optimize our volunteer coverage. EVERY athlete hits one of these stations at one point in their day (or two, three or four times). From special needs bag drop volunteers at 3:45am to bike check out volunteers at midnight, there is certainly something for everyone!

All available positions are found online HERE  or you can register at the expo! The expo is a great place for an athlete’s friends and family to sign up and ensure they’ll see their favorite athlete on course!

The complete event schedule for the week can be found here

Tri Coach Tuesday: Crowie brings camp to Boulder

Craig Alexander announces special training camp Jun 15-17

To advance, to move forward to become better and build a higher-level understanding. Sansego wants to help you advance your triathlon

skill set by bringing 3x Ironman World Champion Craig Alexander and our team of coaches to you for an intensive, three-day training program. The Sansego Advance is built for all levels of triathletes, from beginner to advanced as the program will be focused on developing you into a better athlete.

As a father, husband, businessman and athlete, Crowie has felt the same pressures you do in balancing family, a career and your passion for the sport of triathlon. The Sansego Advance program provides an opportunity to train with Crowie and get expert guidance from the Sansego team of coaches in a three-day program offered in major cities across the US. Instead of taking a week off work and away from family to go to a training camp, you can join us during the day, sleep in your own bed and spend time with your family, all without having to take time off work.

For this program, you’ll have the chance to train with Crowie in his second home of Boulder, Colorado, the mecca of triathlon. You’ll experience some classic training routes of the top Ironman pros and see a day in the life of a pro living in Boulder.

June 15-17
Boulder, Colorado
University of Colorado Athletic Complex

Designed for all levels of athlete
– 3-day Advance program means less time away from work and family
– Train with 3x Ironman World Champion Craig Alexander
– Get 1 on 1 feedback from the team of coaches at Sansego
– Opportunity to meet other athletes in your area with the same level of commitment to the sport Learn new skills in all three disciplines as well as nutrition and mental aspects of racing
– Locations and Dates
– Cost and Participants
– $350 usd per Advance Weekend 25 participants maximum

-Coaching support and guidance from the Sansego team -Great swag from Crowie’s sponsors
-1 on 1 coaching sessions with Sansego coaches
-Dinner event with Craig Alexander
Boulder Advance Program

Tentative Program Agenda:


9:00am Arrival to Camp and Start of Program 10:00am Bike Session on Boulder IM course
1:00pm Lunch Break
2:30pm Swim session with video analysis (CU Pool) 4:00pm Strength training presentation with Crowie 5:30pm Training Presentation with Sansego Coaches

6:30pm Dinner on Your Own


7:00am Depart for long bike ride (60m with climbing)
12:30pm Lunch break (provided)
1:00pm Bike Set-up presentation (Ivan O’Gorman)
2:30pm Swim session with video
4:00pm Performance Nutrition Presentation with Sansego Coaches 6:00pm Dinner with Crowie (Rubens)

7:00am Long Run (1.5hrs) – Creek Path? 8:30am Breakfast Break (on own) 10:00am Recovery/ Skills Bike Ride 11:30am Final Skills Presentation 12:30pm Camp Wrap-up
1:00pm Depart Camp

Additional Services we could provide:

-Retul Bike fit with Ivan O’Gorman


Register Here

Rachel Joyce & Dana Platin Run Clinic



Run Stronger: Hit your targets, personal best and stand on the podium of life

Running: it’s as simple as putting one foot in front of another.  We all know it doesn’t always feel that easy.


Full Clinic series:

Swim Braver May 20th

Bike Bolder June 3rd

Run Stronger June 24th


Do one workshop for $149 or all 3 for $399

For more details and registration please email

Rachel Joyce & Dana Platin Bike Clinic


Bike Bolder : Become more assertive ascending and descending on the bike, expand your comfort zone, live in your courage zone.


Skill and technique are often overlooked on the bike in favor of finding fitness and hammering out the miles.  this workshop is designed to maximize your fitness with a focus on cornering, climbing and descending.

Full Clinic series:

Swim Braver May 20th

Bike Bolder June 3rd

Run Stronger June 24th


Do one workshop for $149 or all 3 for $399

For more details and registration please email

IRONMAN Boulder Race Director Tim Brosious was on FB Live

On Thursday evening, IRONMAN Boulder RD Tim Brosious was on FB Live to talk about upcoming changes for the June 10 event. Most notable are the changes to the bike course and the point to point run course.

Watch, learn and prepare.





Nestled at the foot of the imposing Flatirons, Boulder, Colorado is already a wildly popular home-base and vacation destination for triathletes. The city’s health-conscious culture, near-perfect weather and breathtaking natural environment made it an instant favorite when it debuted last year.

Boulder’s robust downtown, with its famous pedestrian-only Pearl Street Mall and idyllic Boulder Creek, will provide families and fans an unforgettable race day as they wait for their loved ones to cross the finish line. From five-star hotels to James Beard award-winning restaurants, Boulder’s hotel and dining options are some of the best in the nation.

Once finished in the water, the first transition will start the athletes on a beautiful multi-loop course all contained in Boulder County. The course has a few pronounced climbs in it, but in general it plays out very fast. Once done with the two 50+ mile loops you will do the final 7 miles on an additional loop and roll into Downtown Boulder for the second transition at Boulder High School.

The two-loop run course is almost entirely on Boulder Creek Trail, winding along the creek and through city parks. Spectators will have multiple opportunities to cheer on the athletes and the last few steps of the day will take athletes up Pearl Street for a triumphant finish.

The 2017 IRONMAN Boulder offers 40 qualifying slots for the 2018 IRONMAN World Championship in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. 



Event details and registration here