• Ironman Boulder Video Update

    Submitted by 303Triathlon on July 26th, 2014

    IM Boulder Race Director Dave Christen provides an update on final race preparation for Boulder’s Channel 8, including information on race day shuttles, the best spectator spots, and the finish line party:

    • Ironman Boulder: “How To” Special Needs Bags

      Submitted by 303Triathlon on July 24th, 2014

      Here is an informative video by IMB Race Director Dave Christen on how to handle your special needs bags. Please note: Special Needs Bags WILL NOT be given back to participants after the race. Do not put anything valuable in your bags. According to Dave, We don’t return them because once the athletes have goneRead More

      • Ironman Boulder will “likely not be wetsuit legal”

        Submitted by 303Triathlon on July 23rd, 2014

        Check out Race Director Dave Christen’s informative video explaining every detail regarding water temperature on race day, exactly when it will be called, wave times, swim cut off times, and how you can still wear a wetsuit if you’re willing to forgo Kona slots and awards:

        • Ironman Transitions: Some Words from Race Director Dave

          Submitted by 303Triathlon on July 21st, 2014

          What makes an IRONMAN Transition different than others? Unlike any other triathlon you do not put your equipment next to your bike on the transition bike racks. You put all of your equipment in what we call Gear Bags. You put what you need for the bike leg in your BIKE GEAR BAG and theRead More

          • Body Work: Are You Scheduled?

            Submitted by 303Triathlon on July 16th, 2014

            I always look forward to my massage and acupuncture appointments. It’s that carrot that dangles after a long run or at the end of a couple of weeks of build. I have enjoyed my sessions for many years and try to schedule appointments out several months in advance, if I can, based on my training and racing schedule and my providers schedules. I’m happy to say they are very good at what they do and book out with “regulars”. Read more