• Lookout Mountain Triathlon, a Record Broken and Good Day to Race

    Submitted by Bill Plock on September 8th, 2020

    The Lookout Mountain triathlon last weekend had many side stories, like most any race of any kind. With COVID and safety protocols and procedures, athletes were really racing themselves more than ever with the swim start of splitting a lane with another athlete and only 12 people on deck at a time really spreading the race out. There were minimal athletes on the road and trail passing each other. Transition was roomy and very little overlap took place.  Read more

    • Dave Scott, His Career, His Coaching, Training, Covid and Amazing Insight

      Submitted by Bill Plock on August 31st, 2020

      Boulder’s Dave Scott ran his first Ironman in 1980 and finished in 9:24:33, nearly 2 hours faster than the previous win, with ABC Wide World of Sports broadcasting the event from Kona for the first time. Scott’s time and approach is widely considered to have changed the Ironman from a test of endurance to a race. Scott returned in 1982 and finished second. In 1983, Scott won in what was Mark Allen’s first Ironman. In what would become a renowned rivalry, Scott would win three of the next four Ironmans over Allen. Read more

      • Lookout Mountain Triathlon and the Historic Ties to Race Director, Paul Karlsson

        Submitted by Bill Plock on August 24th, 2020

        Paul Karlsson has had a huge impact on multisport in Colorado for years. Not only was he a founder of what became a very prestigious, national race, The Boulder Peak, he also has produced other races such as the Xterra Indian Peaks and the Lookout Triathlon. He has put on events all over the state including Evergreen and Aspen. Did you know that The Peak awarded Kona spots once upon a time?  Read more

        • Mark Allen Shares Thoughts on Training, Keeping Motivated and His Love of Surfing

          Submitted by Bill Plock on August 3rd, 2020

          He was named Triathlete of the Year six times by Triathlete magazine, and in 1997 Outside magazine dubbed him The World’s Fittest Man. Inducted into the Ironman Triathlon Hall of Fame in 1997. He has also been inducted into the USAT Hall of Fame and the ITU Hall of Fame. He was named by ESPN as “The Greatest Endurance Athlete of All Time.” He’s quoted as saying “The only bad race is one you don’t learn something from.” Our guest today is of course Mark “the Grip” Allen. Read more

          • Help Support Team USA Athletes via the Giving Games

            Submitted by 303Triathlon on August 3rd, 2020

            The postponement of the Tokyo Olympic Games has impacted many American triathletes and paratriathletes. USA Triathon has teamed up with several U.S. Olympic and Paralympic National Governing Bodies (NGBs) to launch the Giving Games, an effort to support and sustain U.S. sport organizations and their athletes on their journey to the postponed Tokyo Olympic and Paralymic Games in 2021. Read more