The Longmont Triathlon is the longest running triathlon in the State of Colorado. Now in it’s 38th year!
No event can ever be successful with out a full compliment of volunteers. Race Director Sara Taylor is looking for folks to help make this great weekend a huge success. Read on to see how you can help by volunteering for this great event.
Recreation and Golf services is planning for the 38th Longmont Triathlon Weekend on June 2nd and June 3rd. We need volunteers to keep the athletes safe and motivated on the course. This is a wonderful opportunity for families, students, athletic teams, churches, and business organizations to give back to the community, team build, and gather volunteer hours. Youth 16 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
Please consider joining us to cheer, direct participants, hand-out water, or help with registration and/or hospitality. We need help on Saturday, June 2nd from 7am to 11am and on Sunday, June 3rd from approximately 6:15am to 11am. If you can help, please email Sara Taylor (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your job preference, day/days you can help and your contact information. You are welcome to volunteer for one day or both!
Thank you in advance for your time and energy. This event wouldn’t be the same without smiling faces and encouraging cheers.
Gain some inspiration from these great stories shared by first time participants over the past several years. Watch for more of these fun and inspiring Story Bowl Stories over the next several weeks.
Longmont Tri Participant, Greg Thompson, First Timer Athlete
2006. My daughter was 9 and I was 38. She was on a synchronized swim team and I was swimming a handful of times per month, but had not ridden a bike in over a decade and was slow jogging only 2 miles, when I saw the advertisement for kid and adult tri. I asked my daughter, quite out-of-the-blue, if she would do the kid event and I would do the adult tri. She rapidly replied ‘yes’. Suddenly I was in shock and it was only 5 weeks away! I felt like dying as I gasped for air across the finish line that first time, This was the start of a terrific journey and 6 years later, I competed in my first iron distance tri in North Carolina and was 2nd in my age group. Now after two knee surgeries, I’m back for my 9th Longmont Tri.
Longmont Tri Participant, Kevin Pallaoro, First Timer Athlete
About 8 month ago, I took my 3 yr old daughter to her first swim lesson and she asked why I couldn’t teach her to swim. My response sparked something in me. The reality is that I didn’t know how to swim. Three days later I signed up for masters swim and started my journey towards my first tri.
I chose Longmont since it was a pool swim and my wife works for the city I a very excited for my first ever tri and a new found love for swimming.