• Dana Willett, All Things Triathlon, Founder of 303Triathlon, Sharing a Life of Adventures

    Submitted by Bill Plock on May 11th, 2020

    In this episode we talk with founder of 303 Triathlon, Dana Willett. She teamed up with Kris Thompson, co-founder of 303Cycling to expand 303’s reach back in 2007. She has also raced more triathlons than she can count and recently has started distance trail running while downsizing to a small, farm style home near Hygiene. She was training like crazy before Covid-19 but is staying motivated training with her son who is home from College. She shares such a wealth of wisdom from various careers and experiences. Enjoy! Read more

    • Team USA Age Group Athlete & Coloradan Sue Reynolds Releases “The Athlete Inside: The Transforming Power of Hope, Tenacity and Faith”

      Submitted by 303Triathlon on May 5th, 2020

      Reynolds began her fitness journey as a grandmother in her late 50s, proving that it’s never too late to transform your life. Read more

      • USA Triathlon, CHALLENGE North America and PTO Team up for $1 Million Prize Purse at Daytona Tri Festival

        Submitted by Bill Plock on April 28th, 2020

        It was announced today that USA Triathlon and the Professional Triathletes Organisation have joined forces with CHALLENGENORTHAMERICA to be part of its iconic CHALLENGEDAYTONA race at Daytona International Speedway on December 4th, 5th and 6th. The three-day triathlon festival will attract athletes from around the world to compete at the “World Center of Racing ®” and will feature an array of different events, including age-grouper sprint and middle-distance events, junior challenges, a Pro-Am relay and will culminate with a PTO Middle Distance World Championship Race with a $1,000,000 prize purse for the world’s top professional triathletes. Read more

        • Matt Miller of BASE PERFORMANCE and Long History with IRONMAN–and Cologne

          Submitted by Bill Plock on April 27th, 2020

          In a new installment of the 303Endurance Podcast we chat with Matt Miller about his long history with triathlons and in particular IRONMAN. And did you know he was aRead More

          • Lance Panigutti, His Love of History Helps Him Through Tough Times

            Submitted by Bill Plock on April 27th, 2020

            The “news” in this videocast is that the Boulder Sports Chiropractic Colorado Triathlon slated for June 6th is canceled. The “story” is how it all went down, what it means for triathletes, Without Limits and the event industry in general. Here, you will hear how much race directors like Tim Brocious of Lifetime Events (formerly IRONMAN), Peggy Shockley of Lake to Lake Triathlon, Darrin and Jill Eisman of Racing Underground communicate and help each other navigate this COVID landscape. Learn how Lance’s dream career would’ve been as a history professor or what he has learned about his staff and wife. He talks about how is extrovert staff like Lindsey McGee, Tricia Dixon and Olympia Von Berg are so bummed to not being seeing all their friends at races–and how he will pay them anyways. How the race community is so important to him and his staff from a personal level.  Read more