Cortez Burst Triathlon

Cortez

 

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.

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Series Events:

Cortez Burst Triathlon July 4th

Gunnison High Sprint Triathlon Sept. 1st

Montrose Black canyon Sprint Triathlon Sept. 29th

Splashland Benefit Spring Triathlon Oct. 20th

Dunk-n-Dash Series

Avon

 

The Town of Avon  is proud to present our 14th Annual Dunk-N-Dash Aquathlon Series.  Athletes can register for one event or for the entire series.  Swimmers  in the Dunk-N-Dash can opt to make one or two 800-yard loops around the Nottingham Lake.

The 5K run starts and finishes at the Lake’s Avon Performance Pavilion. The route runs north around  Nottingham Lake,  follows the path to Avon Elementary and turns onto the scenic river  recreation path. At “Bob the Bridge,” runners turn around and return on  the same path detouring to the south side of the lake for the finish line.

Participants can also opt to swim our 2.4 mile  swim course in the  lake by swimming 5 laps around the lake and forgoing the running portion of the race.

Stick around following the race to  participate in our FREE raffle with over $100 in prizes every week

 

Event details and registration here

Dunk-n-Dash Series

Avon

 

The Town of Avon  is proud to present our 14th Annual Dunk-N-Dash Aquathlon Series.  Athletes can register for one event or for the entire series.  Swimmers  in the Dunk-N-Dash can opt to make one or two 800-yard loops around the Nottingham Lake.

The 5K run starts and finishes at the Lake’s Avon Performance Pavilion. The route runs north around  Nottingham Lake,  follows the path to Avon Elementary and turns onto the scenic river  recreation path. At “Bob the Bridge,” runners turn around and return on  the same path detouring to the south side of the lake for the finish line.

Participants can also opt to swim our 2.4 mile  swim course in the  lake by swimming 5 laps around the lake and forgoing the running portion of the race.

Stick around following the race to  participate in our FREE raffle with over $100 in prizes every week

 

Event details and registration here

Dunk-n-Dash Series

Avon

 

The Town of Avon  is proud to present our 14th Annual Dunk-N-Dash Aquathlon Series.  Athletes can register for one event or for the entire series.  Swimmers  in the Dunk-N-Dash can opt to make one or two 800-yard loops around the Nottingham Lake.

The 5K run starts and finishes at the Lake’s Avon Performance Pavilion. The route runs north around  Nottingham Lake,  follows the path to Avon Elementary and turns onto the scenic river  recreation path. At “Bob the Bridge,” runners turn around and return on  the same path detouring to the south side of the lake for the finish line.

Participants can also opt to swim our 2.4 mile  swim course in the  lake by swimming 5 laps around the lake and forgoing the running portion of the race.

Stick around following the race to  participate in our FREE raffle with over $100 in prizes every week

 

Event details and registration here

Dunk-n-Dash Series

Avon

 

The Town of Avon  is proud to present our 14th Annual Dunk-N-Dash Aquathlon Series.  Athletes can register for one event or for the entire series.  Swimmers  in the Dunk-N-Dash can opt to make one or two 800-yard loops around the Nottingham Lake.

The 5K run starts and finishes at the Lake’s Avon Performance Pavilion. The route runs north around  Nottingham Lake,  follows the path to Avon Elementary and turns onto the scenic river  recreation path. At “Bob the Bridge,” runners turn around and return on  the same path detouring to the south side of the lake for the finish line.

Participants can also opt to swim our 2.4 mile  swim course in the  lake by swimming 5 laps around the lake and forgoing the running portion of the race.

Stick around following the race to  participate in our FREE raffle with over $100 in prizes every week

 

Event details and registration here

Dunk-n-Dash Series

Avon

 

The Town of Avon  is proud to present our 14th Annual Dunk-N-Dash Aquathlon Series.  Athletes can register for one event or for the entire series.  Swimmers  in the Dunk-N-Dash can opt to make one or two 800-yard loops around the Nottingham Lake.

The 5K run starts and finishes at the Lake’s Avon Performance Pavilion. The route runs north around  Nottingham Lake,  follows the path to Avon Elementary and turns onto the scenic river  recreation path. At “Bob the Bridge,” runners turn around and return on  the same path detouring to the south side of the lake for the finish line.

Participants can also opt to swim our 2.4 mile  swim course in the  lake by swimming 5 laps around the lake and forgoing the running portion of the race.

Stick around following the race to  participate in our FREE raffle with over $100 in prizes every week

 

Event details and registration here

Dunk-n-Dash Series

Avon

 

The Town of Avon  is proud to present our 14th Annual Dunk-N-Dash Aquathlon Series.  Athletes can register for one event or for the entire series.  Swimmers  in the Dunk-N-Dash can opt to make one or two 800-yard loops around the Nottingham Lake.

The 5K run starts and finishes at the Lake’s Avon Performance Pavilion. The route runs north around  Nottingham Lake,  follows the path to Avon Elementary and turns onto the scenic river  recreation path. At “Bob the Bridge,” runners turn around and return on  the same path detouring to the south side of the lake for the finish line.

Participants can also opt to swim our 2.4 mile  swim course in the  lake by swimming 5 laps around the lake and forgoing the running portion of the race.

Stick around following the race to  participate in our FREE raffle with over $100 in prizes every week

 

Event details and registration here

Yeti Chase 5k & 10k

Lakewood

 

This 5k/10k run is brought to you by Racing Underground. Conveniently located on the scenic west side of metro Denver, Bear Creek Lake Park is known for it’s diverse bird and waterfowl population as well as stunning views of the foothills.

The 5k and 10k races wander it’s 2500 acres with a mostly flat 5K course, while the 10k throws in a few rolling hills. The race has sold out weeks before race day every year, and offers something for everyone, with Long Sleeve Technical Shirts for all participants, hot chocolate and other yummy post-race food, Free Photo Downloads, and $1,000 prize money for the top finishers!

 

Event details and registration here

 

Series events:

Superior Stocking Run 5k – Dec 17, 2017

Yeti Chase 5k/10k – Jan 28, 2018

Ralston Creek Half Marathon & 5k – Feb. 18, 2018

Superior Stocking Run 5k

Superior

 

The series kicks off with the Superior Stocking Run, a festive 5K in the town of Superior on December 17th. The race is limited to 1,000 entrants, and all participants will receive a race stocking loaded with sponsor goodies. How fun is that!

 

Event details and registration here

 

Series events:

Superior Stocking Run 5k – Dec 17, 2017

Yeti Chase 5k/10k – Jan 28, 2018

Ralston Creek Half Marathon & 5k – Feb. 18, 2018

 

Leadville 100 Trail Run

Leadville

 

The Leadville Race Series began in 1983 with just 45 runners making the epic 100-mile trek through rugged Rocky Mountain terrain. Today, the world-renowned series stretches from New York to California and hosts thousands of racers on foot and in the saddle. Year after year, endurance athletes from all over the world test their grit, guts and determination with the ultimate goal of “Racing Across the Sky” and earning the coveted silver and gold buckle. Race with us and push your mind and body to the limit. The red carpet awaits.

The legendary “Race Across The Sky” 100-mile run is where it all started back in 1983. This is it. The race where legends are created and limits are tested. One hundred miles of extreme Colorado Rockies terrain — from elevations of 9,200 to 12,600 feet. You will give the mountain respect, and earn respect from all.

Event details and Registration here

Series Events

Austin Rattler Run – April 1, 2018

Leadville Marathon & Heavy Half – June 16, 2018

Silver Rush 50 Run – July 8, 2018

Leadville 10k Run – August 12, 2018

Leadville Trail 100 Run – August 18, 2018

Series Information here