The premier off-road racing event of Pagosa, in the pristine San Juan Mountains. Get DIRTY with the ultimate Pagosa Duathlon experience. Three epic races to choose from, all for the single-track trail enthusiast. And for our rising athletes, we have the exciting Dusty Kids Gravel Growler. This fun race will give your budding star a taste of the duathlon excitement!
Proceeds benefit the Archuleta County Victim Assistance Program, a non-profit organization supporting survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and other violent crime since 1996. Your entry fee will help ACVAP pay for their 24-hour hotline or counseling for a victim or child who have been abused. It will help a family relocate to a safer home or help a victim file for a protection order. ACVAP is an all-inclusive agency, providing comprehensive and reliable victim support services 24-hours a day. Get dirty and be a part of ending the violence in Archuleta County.
SWIM in the Cortez outdoor pool in the morning sun on the 4th of July. Then HOP on your bike and RIDE north of Cortez along paved rolling County Roads enjoying cattle and farming country. Wrapping up your race with gentle hills, RUN through city natural and groomed parks and pathways.
The Cortez Burst Triathlon is a fundraiser for the Friends of Recreation Group in Cortez, Colorado. The Friends of Recreation raises money for scholarships to the Cortez Recreation Center for those who would otherwise not be able to afford the fees. The initial fund raising project was the “Stones for Scholarship” where by individuals and businesses purchased inscribed stones set around the flagpole in front of the Recreation Center. The Friends of Recreation is a Scholarship Fund under Onward! A Legacy Foundation, the community foundation for the four corners.
This event is held in memory of our friend, Laura Genelin, who passed away in July of 2008 from colon cancer. Laura loved participating in triathlons. To keep her passion alive, we chose to hold one annually in her hometown of Eagle, Colorado.
Proceeds from the race will benefit the Vail Valley Charitable Fund, helping locals like Laura in medical crisis since 1996. To learn more about our nonprofit, visit www.vvcf.org.
It’s waiting for you… all you have to do is try!
Come for a day of fun, food prizes and sports. This annual youth triathlon is for young athletes ages 5 to 14.
From kids who have never even heard of a triathlon to seasoned competitive triathletes, Tri the Rock encourages kids to get out and give it a TRI.
Tri the Rock Give Back Program
Tri the Rock encourages kids to get active and try something new. To that end, a portion of every registration is donated back to each participants school or tri-club. Be sure to indicate your school or club during registration. And remember, the school with the most participants will get the honor of displaying the Tri the Rock trophy for the next year!
Alon Mandel is attempting to swim something that less 100 humans have ever done. He is going to swim between the North and South islands of New Zealand forging the heavy currents of the Cook Straight. It’s about 14 miles of treacherous waters but the Olympic Swimmer from Israel has swam the Ocean’s Seven Strait-of-Gibraltar in September 2015, swimming from Spain to Morocco. With All-American awards, as a University of Michigan swimmer and teammate of Michael Phelps, Alon has many moments to draw upon for that fortitude and strength to attempt this swim.
Hear the details with 303Radio recorded at the Denver Athletic Club after a masters swim session with Bill Plock. Alon is raising money for Parkinson’s Disease and you can learn more HERE
Tri on the Plains was established by the Sterling Lions Club in 2013. Tri on the Plains is a fundraiser where proceeds will be used to benefit the Lions Club sight projects. The Sterling Lions Club, the largest of the Lions organizations on the eastern plains, host a variety of events throughout the year.
They have recently teamed up with AMPT (Advancing Modern Professionals for Tomorrow) the Logan County Young Professionals group.
Join us in our efforts to raise money for Ripples to Waves!
We always believe that swimming is not only a life skill that is fundamental to a child’s development but also a source of pride, accomplishment and lasting memories in a child’s life. We also believe that this experience should be available to everyone regardless of their financial circumstances. That is why we have teamed up with Olympic Champion Missy Franklin and USA Swimming Foundation to form the Ripples To Waves swim lesson program. Ripples to Waves makes swim lessons available to sponsored families, regardless of their ability to pay. They will never see a bill for the cost of their lessons at our swim schools.
For $25 you can reserve your spot in class which includes the shoes, towel and a water bottle! Join us for an awesome sweat session and make a difference!
Be a part of this fun community event in south-west Longmont! Bring your family and friends and come support the Silver Creek High School Raptors. The Raptor Run is a family-friendly run/walk 5K course with great views of the Twin Peaks. The course runs through two parks and never crosses a street!
Proceeds go to the Raptor Activities Booster Club (RABC) which provides grants and additional funding for student athletic programs, After Prom, Homecoming, and more.
Registration includes a t-shirt with our “shoe print” logo. And, it’s a Bolder Boulder qualifier!
Calling all Ugly Sweaters… We want to see your most hideous, outrageous, bulky and unforgettable UGLY sweater running the Sweaty Sweater Race.
This is an event for everyone, whether you are walking with friends, running for an award or even prancing towards the finish line for beer and hot chocolate.
The event will be donating funds to the Adopt-A-Family program at Timberline Church.
Adopt-A-Family is an outreach ministry that partners with families, local businesses and the community to help local families in need at Christmas time. Families that are struggling to provide Christmas for their families receive a holiday food basket (or grocery gift card) and gifts for the children.
The money we raise will be donated to buy holiday food baskets or grocery gift cards for local families.