• Swim fin workouts: Dave Scott explains how they help your training, and key sessions

    Submitted by Bill Plock on October 30th, 2019

    When used properly, fins teach the conservation of energy and provide stability without lateral wiggling.  Read more

    • Boulder’s Flora Duffy Wins XTERRA World Championships

      Submitted by Bill Plock on October 28th, 2019

       October 28, 2019 John Levison from Tri247.com ShareTweet Record-breaking fifth XTERRA World Championship for Flora Duffy Repeat of 2017 as Bradley Weiss adds second title A year spent mostly recovering from injury for two-time ITU Triathlon World Champion, Flora Duffy, ended on a high on Sunday with a fifth title at the XTERRA World ChampionshipRead More

      • Pro Triathlete Kennett Peterson Shares Struggles in Kona

        Submitted by Bill Plock on October 28th, 2019

        In the days after Ironman Boulder, my 2nd place began to to get overshadowed by the fact that I’d qualified for Kona, which hadn’t been a goal or even something I’d been thinking about for 2019. Racing Kona wouldn’t be the most logical step to take in my triathlon career, since I still hadn’t wonRead More

        • Kona…Race Thoughts and Behind the Scenes–Watch Here

          Submitted by Bill Plock on October 21st, 2019

          If you watch this video what you will see and hopefully feel is what it’s like to be there and watch and what it’s like to see how the race unfolds, who makes it happen and what the finish line is like.  Read more

          • Three Coloradans, top 10 in Men’s Race at IRONMAN World Championships

            Submitted by Bill Plock on October 15th, 2019

            By Bill Plock Kailua Kona–Tim O’Donnell (T.O), Ben Hoffman and Chris Leiferman finished second, fourth and tenth in Saturday’s IRONMAN World Championships respectively. T.O. became only the fourth person in history to break the 8 hour mark finishing in 7:59:40, 8 minutes behind champion, Jan Frodeno who set a course record of 7:51:13 for hisRead More