Let’s run! Tuesday and Thursday evenings at 6:30pm. Meeting by Goodson Rec Center 6315 S University Blvd, Centennial, CO 80121 (park on the south side of the building and meet across the bridge at the shelter). We’ll stretch and then run for an hour, 30 minutes out and back. All speeds welcome, an hour is about 4 miles for me. Finish up by the shelter and do some post run stretching, bring your yoga mats if you’d like! (P.S. Sarah Murr is not a coach or instructor! She just wants to get together with folks for accountability!!)
Sunbelt Bakery IRONMAN 70.3 Chattanooga presented by McKee A Family Bakery is known as the Scenic City. The Scenic City, featuring Lookout Mountain, Tennessee River and endless opportunities to explore. This course brings a unique PR setting downriver 1.4 mile swim, epic rollers on the bike through the historic Chickamauga and a run through downtown Chattanooga. From leisurely adventures or epic all day exploration, there’s something for everyone. Endless adventures for all.
Join Coach Deb on a run for all levels at Waterton Canyon. Meet at the Trail Head parking lot.
12437-12489 Waterton Canyon, Littleton, CO 80127
Certified Piedmontese Beef IRONMAN Tulsa is the perfect race for those who want to push beyond their limits and unleash their inner spirit. You’ll need grit, determination, and an unbreakable spirit. This race will push you past your limits and drive you to dig deep within yourself for what it takes to finish this epic 140.6-mile journey. Keystone Lake, the lush rolling hills at the foothills of the Ozarks, Guthrie Green, and vibrant downtown Tulsa are where you’ll be challenged. Certified Piedmontese IRONMAN Tulsa has it all – scenic views, challenging terrain, and one of the most electric atmospheres in the country, all tucked away in Eastern Oklahoma,
Will you Dig Deep and unleash the inner spirit in you?
Certified Piedmontese Beef IRONMAN Tulsa offers slots to the IRONMAN World Championship in Kailua-Kona Hawai`i.
Join the Endurance Race Series as we head to Barr Lake State Park in Brighton, CO for some beautiful lake views and new PR's.
This 4th Annual event showcases a course that is our flattest and fastest on the ERS schedule with less than 100' of elevation gain for either course. Runners will start and finish at the Nature Center and make their way around the lake that features views of the lake and the front range the entire way.
The Superior Morgul Circuit Race is one of the most iconic courses in all of Boulder County! Racers will compete on a 7-mile, fully closed to traffic, loop course on Highway 128. This is a rolling course on wide roads, with smooth asphalt. (see course map for more details). This season we'll be crowning the Colorado state road race champions in every category! Don't miss out on a challenging spring classic that will test every ounce of cycling skill and racer tactics possible!
Come join us and get your swim game in check! Every Sunday at Westridge Rec Center.
1, Each AMC member must show an HRCA card to be allowed into the facility. We will provide them as people enter the building but members need to hold on to them for future sessions.
2, You must bring your own gear (fins, buoy, paddles, etc.). We are not allowed to use equipment.
3. We are guests of HRCA (Highlands Ranch Community Association). This is a homeowners' association and does not generally rent out space so we need to be respectful of their rules.
Be sure to bring your confirmation, either on your phone or printed. City of Colorado Springs Parks’ staff will greet you and check you in at the base of the Incline.
Preparation and Safety
This is a vigorous and intense hike, complete with a false summit! The trail is recommended for physically active people and those adjusted to the elevation. Although the trail is just one mile in length, it is a 2,000 ft elevation gain straight up a steep, uneven staircase! Are you ready? Plan ahead and prepare!
Plan to arrive in time to find parking and allow plenty of time to get to the base on the Incline. Parking is available at:
Hiawatha Gardens Parking Lot (10 Old Man’s Trail)
Iron Springs Chateau Parking (444 Ruxton Ave)
Proof of parking is required at check-in!
Plan Ahead and Prepare
Swim with the Honu, sip a Mai Tai, and soak in the unique hospitality of the island of Hawai`i. This race allows athletes to ride in the shadows of the greats along the northern portion of the legendary IRONMAN World Championship bike course while experiencing the island’s warm hospitality.
The 2022 IRONMAN 70.3 Hawai`i offers Qualifying Slots to the 2022 IRONMAN World Championship in Kailua-Kona, HI and the 2022 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship in St. George, Utah.
CLICK HERE to view slot allocations to the 2022 IRONMAN World Championship.
CLICK HERE to view slot allocations to the 2022 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship.
Colorado Sprint Triathlon: 750 meter swim, rolling and fast 17 mile bike, and finishes with a 3.1 mile run
Colorado Olympic Triathlon: 1500m swim, 23.5 mile bike, and a 10k run
Colorado Olympic Duathlon: 5k run, 23.5 mile bike, and a 10k run
Colorado Aquabike: Will feature a 1500 meter swim and a 24.8m bike
Please see course maps for a description and map of each discipline
The 2022 Escape From Alcatraz Triathlon will be held on June 5th!
The Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon includes a 1.5 mile swim from Alcatraz Island in the San Francisco Bay. The race continues with an 18 mile bike ride out the Great Highway, through the Golden Gate Park, and concludes with an 8 mile run through the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. The finish is at The Marina Green.
Entries are limited to 2,000 competitors each year. Athletes may compete in the following division: Professional/Elite, Age Group Amateur, Challenged Athletes, Open Relay, or Corporate ESCAPE. Age Group Participants must register for the Random Drawing.
As the proverb goes “All good things must come to an end”. Elephant Rock has had a tremendous “ride” dating back 35 years; one of the state’s longest standing cycling traditions. When the ride first began, Castle Rock was a little country town of 10,000 residents, today it’s a bustling bedroom community with over 80,000 residents and growing.
Elephant Rock has always pride itself in offering an excellent ride only to be matched by it’s post-ride festivities. We are committed to that same experience for our final swan song as we bid farewell to the ride where so many friendships have been forged and memories created.
This year we will have three road courses (45, 62 and 100 miles), and one great family ride (12 miles). It all goes down June 5 in Castle Rock, Colorado, with all rides starting and finishing at the Douglas County Fairgrounds.
And the rides are only half the party! The Colorado Bike Expo on June 5 will feature scores of cool exhibitors, demos, live music, food and more.
Transition is the 4 th and often overlooked discipline in triathlon
This hour-long clinic will teach you tips and tricks you may have never known about that will speed you through transition and make you feel fast and confident whether it’s your 1 st race or 100th!
We will walk you through everything from setting up your transition (both using bags like Ironman and setting up a single transition spot at your bike like you would for sprint and Olympic distances) and how to go from sport to sport with ease and efficiency.
We will practice all of this so bring everything you’d use on race day. (see list below) and for those already confident in their transition skills, still come practice with us!
We will also teach you how to do a flying mount and flying dismount on your bike, which is not only a huge time-saver, but it’s actually the safest way to get through what can often be a tricky spot…plus you’ll just look cool!
Patrick’s times in transitions are typically under a minute!!
The DeSatnick Real Estate Escape the Cape Triathlon was voted the BEST TRIATHLON in the Mid-Atlantic & North East Regions. The 9th Annual Escape the Cape Triathlon & Open Water Classic offers Sprint and Olympic distance triathlons as well as a 3 Mile Swim. New Jersey’s Best Triathlon, Escape the Cape Triathlon & Open Water Classic, starts with a 12 foot jump off the Cape May-Lewes Ferry.
Des Moines is more than just cornfields. Some people say, it’s culture without the cost. Art without the attitude. Travel without the traffic. And walkability without the worry.
Race day starts with a 2.4-mile urban swim in Gray's Lake with downtown Des Moines acting as your background. Athletes will push their limits on this 112-mile ride featuring rolling hills and city views. As you transition to the last leg of your race, you will feel the energy of this up-and-coming city. The final leg of this race features an action-packed city tour, spectator lined trails and a downtown finish line you and your support crew will never forget.
Come experience the urban charm for yourself.
The 2022 Certified Piedmontese Beef IRONMAN North American Championship Des Moines will offer Age Group qualifying slots to the 2022 IRONMAN World Championship in Kailua-Kona, Hawai'i.
WHAT: XTERRA Lory
WHEN: June 18, 2022
WHERE: Lory State Park - 708 N Co Rd 25G, Bellvue, CO 80512 (map it)
XTERRA Lory Triathlon on June 18th is the perfect kick-off to the year for the seasoned off-road triathlete or a great opportunity for the road triathlete wanting to try out a mountain bike triathlon for the first time.
The XTERRA Lory Triathlon features a 1/2 mile swim in the clear waters of Horsetooth Reservoir (Eltuk Bay), it's one of the most scenic swims in the state with canyon walls on both sides. Then it's on to a 2-Lap (beginner-friendly) 12.2-mile single-track bike over rolling terrain, and across valley bridges at Lory State Park. Then you'll get to finish things off with a fun and challenging 4.8-mile (8k) run through the clouds on single-track trails! This is the perfect off-road triathlon for beginners to experts. The course is designed so that anyone can have fun and everyone will be challenged! Entries will be limited to 350 participants, and we sold out 2011-2021 in early April!
Loveland Lake to Lake Triathlon is proudly known for striking the perfect balance between being a very beginner-friendly race where athletes who are new to the sport can ask the questions they need to feel comfortable and have a successful day (everyone from our staff to volunteers, our sponsors, and other athletes are willing to help) and at the same time attracting a high level of talent from outside the state as well as athletes from CU and CSU. Every year this race is used by many as either their introduction to our amazing sport or their shot to qualify for USAT Nationals.
No matter the athlete’s background, everyone will be able to relish in our friendly local atmosphere, incredible volunteer support, a scenic course, and a shady venue that makes spectating enjoyable for the whole family (even a playground for the kids!). Plus, you won’t find a better post-race meal anywhere else.
Muddy Dash is not your average mud run! Get ready for up to 3 Miles of messy mayhem. You and your friends/family can expect to run, walk, crawl, wade, slip, slide, and scream with excitement as Muddy Dash gets you fabulously filthy. Our course will offer you about a dozen ways to get dirty and at the end you can slide your way clean. Muddy Dash is where you can act like a kid and even bring your kid to this all ages event. The best way to throw your cares away is to throw them in the mud.
For over 30 years there has been racing excellence in West Texas. IRONMAN 70.3 Lubbock is the longest running IRONMAN 70.3 race in Texas, and one of the oldest in the US. There’s a special pride of West Texas that comes from the welcoming community of Lubbock. Known as the Friendliest City, home to hard workers and innovators. IRONMAN 70.3 Lubbock is evolving but remaining strong in its roots.
Tradition runs deep.
IRONMAN 70.3 Coeur d'Alene is the best-kept secret on the 70.3 circuits. Escape to this quaint town. As the sun rises over calm and clear Lake Couer d'Alene, you'll see the full beauty of the area with its breathtaking views filled with gorgeous lakes and mountains. 2022 celebrates the 5th year of IRONMAN 70.3 Coeur d'Alene, but its overall IRONMAN history runs deep.
IRONMAN 70.3 Coeur d'Alene offers slots to the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship.
The State of Oregon is home to some of the most diverse landscape and scenic views in the entire United States. Over 360 state parks and a rugged Pacific Ocean coastline are just a few reasons why Oregon calls the adventurer at heart. Athletes looking for their next adventure will find a 1.2 mile down river swim in the Willamette River, a 56 mile ride through Oregon’s wine country and 13.1 mile run featuring Minto Brown Island Park.
Chase the Moon is a 12-hour team relay and solo ultramarathon, run overnight under the light of the full moon in the Highlands Ranch Backcountry trail system (we promise some of the best views of the metro and front range). Run as a solo ultrarunner, or get your fellow moon-chasing friends for a 3-person or 5-person relay team.
Chase the Moon begins at 7 p.m. on Friday during a beautiful Rocky Mountain sunset, continues through the night beneath the illumination of the full moon, and finishes at 7 a.m. on Saturday as the sun rises in the east to paint the foothills with alpenglow. Don’t miss this unique and incredible running experience.
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