• Barry Siff Resigns as USA Triathlon Board of Directors President

    Submitted by Bill Plock on April 15th, 2019

    All our best to Barry in his new role as he leaves USAT.
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    • Columbine Survivors to Run the Boston Marathon

      Submitted by 303Triathlon on April 12th, 2019

      From Runners WorldBy Andrew Dawson Sisters Who Survived Columbine Will Run Boston Together 20 Years After Tragedy They are running to show that anyone can overcome anything. Almost 20 years to the day, two survivors of the Columbine High School massacre will run the Boston Marathon. The lives of sisters Laura Hall, 34, and SarahRead More

      • Boulder, Colorado Springs, and Mancos named among the Top 10 Towns for High-Altitude Running

        Submitted by 303Triathlon on April 11th, 2019

        With just over 104,000 square miles of beauty, 53 peaks above 14,000 ft, and an overall average elevation of 6,800 ft it is no surprise three Colorado towns popped up on Outside Magazine’s top 10 towns for high-altitude running list. The Top 10 Towns for High-Altitude Running From Outside MagazineBy Stephen Wayne Kasica Hello, redRead More

        • American and Team USA Olympian Ben Kanute Wins IRONMAN 70.3 Oceanside

          Submitted by 303Triathlon on April 10th, 2019

          From Triathlete.com Ben Kanute (USA) and Daniela Ryf (SUI) battled an impressive field of triathletes to win the 2019 Ironman 70.3 Oceanside triathlon on Saturday. Kanute narrowly edged the rest of the field to earn the overall victory with a time 3:49:25. Ryf produced another signature dominating performance, setting a new course best with aRead More

          • Colorado State Women’s Triathlon sweeps podium!

            Submitted by 303Triathlon on April 9th, 2019

            By USA Triathlon TEMPE, Arizona — Colorado State University’s Hayley Belles, Meghan Smith and Katrina Lems earned the first podium sweep in USA Triathlon Collegiate Club National Championships history on Saturday afternoon in Tempe, Arizona. The Rams dominated the women’s Olympic-distance race, while Queens University of Charlotte was unstoppable in the men’s race, led by individualRead More