• XTERRA Lory Recap

    Submitted by 303Triathlon on June 20th, 2016

    Another XTERRA Lory in the books!

    2016 RESULTS

    Be sure to check out Facebook photos below, and this story by 303 contributor Jimmy Archer, of DirtTri Magazine: Read more

    • Tri Hearter: Loveland Lake to Lake Triathlon

      Submitted by 303Triathlon on June 17th, 2016

      The Loveland Lake to Lake Triathlon is only a week away. It is the 2016 USAT Championship race for both Clubs and Families. Read about why folks love this race so much and win some great prizes.

      Deadline for entering for the prizes is Monday June 20. So spend a few minutes this weekend submitting your entry and WIN great prizes. Read more

      • Boulder 70.3: Hope, Fear, and Race Day Compromises

        Submitted by 303Triathlon on June 17th, 2016

        To DNF, or Not to DNF, not an easy question…

        Nicole Odell put her hands on my shoulders and said, “Dana, there are still plenty of people out there. You have lots of time. I really think you’ll regret not finishing this thing. Take advantage of the aid stations. Walk as much as you have to. And think about the good.”

        Think about the good. Read more

        • Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon 2016 and Why You Should Escape

          Submitted by 303Triathlon on June 16th, 2016

          The 2016 Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon is in the books. And you might want to consider signing up for next year. When triathletes think about Alcatraz, they immediately think about the swim, and rightly so. So let’s start there.

          The swim is about 1.5 miles in temperatures ranging from 58 to 61 degrees. Due to favorable tidal currents, the swim can be blindingly fast, but this year it wasn’t.

          At 7:30 AM, 1800 athletes leaped the six feet from the deck of vessel Hornblower, hovering near Alcatraz Island to the northeast of San Francisco, into the swirling water, all abandoning the vessel within six minutes. Meanwhile, west winds whistling through the Golden Gate at 12-18 miles per hour whipped up seas to three feet topped by hissing whitecaps… Read more