• Meet Coach Eric Kenney, His Passion for Coaching and Endurance Sports

    Submitted by Bill Plock on January 14th, 2021

    Did you know Eric Kenney was a collegiate rower and coaches rowing as well as triathlon and cycling. He owns EK Endurance Coaching and runs the Boulder racing team made up of some of the top triathletes in the Boulder area. We met up with Eric just before Christmas in 2020 in his home in the foothills of Boulder and learned about he got into endurance sports and how being on the crew team really changed the course of his collegiate experience and ultimately his career.  Read more

    • Dear Dave

      Submitted by Khem Suthiwan on December 17th, 2020

      When you told me who you were and your connection to IRONMAN, I was completely floored. Here I am, talking to the guy who finished 3rd at the 1st ever IRONMAN in 1978.  Read more

      • PTO Championship and Challenge Daytona; Triathlon Forever Changed? Maybe so

        Submitted by Bill Plock on December 7th, 2020

        It’s easy to want to compare the Professional Triathlon Organisation’s Championship (PTO) at Challenge Daytona with IRONMAN’s Kona. You really can’t though. If this were boxing, it’s like watching light and middle weight boxers fight versus heavy weights. One is full of action, flurries, speed and rapid fire punches, the other, a war of strength and stamina and seeing who can withstand the most for the longest. There is room in this world for both. There will be fans of both. But for the pros’ yesterday may have been a game changer.

        Kona is Kona. It’s a magical kind of place with known foes like heat, the Energy Lab, the winds on the Queen K and the hill on Palani. Daytona, like the backdrop for this race, was about speed and more speed. Like the NASCAR race that put Daytona on the map, these triathletes jockeyed for position all day long. They averaged up to 30 miles per hour on the bike! The road is flat, the only foe is the athlete in front, and the voices in their heads telling them when to make a move or not.  Read more

        • Help Support Triathlon Relief Fund, $5 Entries for Daily Prizes, “10 Days to Daytona”

          Submitted by Bill Plock on November 23rd, 2020

          Welcome to the PTO 2020 Championship “10 Days to Daytona” Charity Prize Draw. The Professional Triathletes Organisation and our partners, CHALLENGEDAYTONA®, USA Triathlon and British Triathlon, have launched a Charity PrizeRead More

          • Colorado Multisport Moving Sale, Still Good Stuff for Sale

            Submitted by Bill Plock on November 23rd, 2020

            CMS is having a store moving sale with some impressive discounts. Last week when we there, there was still a good choice of products for sale. Things the all cyclists and triathletes buy on a regular basis were on sale like tubes, tires, nutrition, goggles. Some bigger ticket items like wetsuits, clothing and even select models of bikes can be had for nice discounts. With bike supplies in tight demand, now is a good time to stock up for next year. Read more