This year’s Boulder Peak Catches National Attention

Professional triathlete Cameron Dye and his children

From Slowtwitch

Boulder Peak: The Indy Experiment

The Boulder Peak Triathlon had been a must-do race for decades. But owners – including Ironman and Life Time – passed the race around like it was a journeyman shortstop, and declining entries left competitors thinking that the race had lost its mojo. But the Boulder Peak is back in the hands of a local independent race director. Reviews are positive, prognostications are bullish, and the race is no longer back on its heels.

The story goes on to delve in to the event’s well-documented history, from its inception by Race Director Paul Karlsson in 1992, right through this year’s new owner, Lance Panigutti.

Barry Siff interviewing Professional triathlete Lindsey Jerdonek

According to Slowtwitch,

Entries were slightly up in the first year under new ownership with 707 finishers, but most participants feel the quality that made the Boulder Peak race great has returned. A $20,000 pro prize purse attracted Olympians and Ironman 70.3 Champions. A cash King/Queen of the Mountain prize for the first to reach the top of Olde Stage added some flair for the race. And Panigutti is bringing back Karlsson’s sense of fun: There was a slip n’ slide at the finish line.

Check out 303’s full race coverage and recap article

Boulder Peak KOM/QOM cash prize added!

303 brings you the Olde Stage KOM/QOM award! Our own Bill Plock will be at the apex of the climb, capturing photographic documentation for the first male & female pros to reach the top of this massive effort. AND, Lance Panigutti/Without Limits has sweetened the pot with $150 cash to each King/Queen!