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Recap: Audi Boulder Ironman Celebration


A good time was had by all this past Thursday evening as Audi Boulder hosted a post 2014 Ironman Championship party to celebrate Mirinda Carfrea's 3rd win in Kona.
Sanitas Brewing Company opened its doors to about 80 guests who came to view the race recap, claim raffle prizes including 303Triathlon tri kits, items signed by Rinny, an "Audi for the weekend" and the opportunity to meet Rinny herself.

Tri Hearter: Making History in Triathlon


We are living triathlon history…

Yesterday at the Denver Athletic Club, Bill showed me the proper way to row. Five minutes later I was exhausted and humbled by how tired I felt. But during those five minute, this former member of the 1956 Washington University rowing team left me mesmerized to think about the connections we make and how we are making history while living in the present and as it relates to triathlons, we are still part of the foundation of this fast growing sport.

Intro to Collegiate Triathlon


By Collegiate Reporter Justin Diamond

As the winter approaches, so does the collegiate tri season. Most collegiate athletes are beginning their base phase of training in order to be prepared for the racing that will take place in the spring of 2015, which will be the season for championship races—a primary focus for collegiate triathletes. The collegiate season, however, consists of the spring races and fall conference races. . .

Weekend Preview: The Early Edition


There are several events during the week this week that I felt are worthy of an early edition of our Weekend Preview.

Wednesday Nov. 19th

Rocky Mounts Fundraiser

SmartEtailing and Rocky Mounts will host the silent auction Nov. 19 from 5:30 to 9 pm at Rocky Mounts, 2055 26th Street, Boulder. The event includes beer from Finkel and Garf Brewing, a silent auction, giveaways, and more. There is no fee to attend, though donations can be made at the door.

Weather Permitting


By Phillip Lemmons, Collegiate Reporter

For many of us the motivation to head out on a morning run or long Saturday afternoon bike ride quickly fades with the first heavy snow. I know that when the temperature dips into the teens, studying suddenly becomes more and more appealing. While I used to put off beginning that paper or memorizing neuroanatomy with a recovery swim, this week I found myself doing the opposite. The cold, snow, and laziness that came with the last storm wrought havoc on my workout schedule. The roads were in no way bicycle friendly and 0 degrees is not ideal running weather. . .


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