• Ft. Collins to Host First Triathlon in Front Range, July 18th

    Submitted by Bill Plock on June 22nd, 2020

    It appears the first two triathlons happening in Colorado will be in Eagle at the LG Tri on July 11th (more on this event in another article) and the Epic Warrior Triathlon on July 18th. Both will feature a pool swim.

    With each county controlling the size of group gatherings or asking for variances from statewide mandates, Eagle and Larimer counties have approved these two events.  Read more

    • USA Triathlon Operation CO>COVID-19 a Success!

      Submitted by 303Triathlon on June 22nd, 2020

      USA Triathlon Olympic and Paralympic hopefuls rode across Colorado for the COVID-19 Relief Fund, and even had an encounter with the Sheriff’s Deputy of Cheyenne County… Read more

      • Discovering La Sportiva, Centennial Cone and RE-Discovering Running

        Submitted by Bill Plock on June 15th, 2020

        A couple of years ago when I pretty much stopped racing, I also pretty much stopped running on the road–for a couple of reasons. First of all the road just hurts a bit more, especially as I edge towards getting asked by merchants if I would like the senior discount. But, secondly, and admittedly the bigger reason I run on trails, is that it is much more peaceful, more beautiful generally, and I love the varying terrain. I also don’t care about my pace and I don’t find myself frustrated by constantly comparing my pace with my younger, faster self. Trail variability is the great ego neutralizer!  Read more

        • Heather Gollnick on the 303Endurance Podcast

          Submitted by Bill Plock on June 15th, 2020

          Check out our most recent podcast with 5x Ironman champ and Spartan Pro team member Heather Gollnick. She’s the head coach at Liberty University and she and her husband have their own coaching business IronEdge Coaching.  Read more