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Boulder Tri Club Adds New Training Groups


Starting in the fall of 2014 the Boulder Triathlon club will be running two professionally coached training
groups. Team performance director Eric Kenney, Ek Endurance Coaching, will be expanding on his duties
heading up a year round training program for Ironman and non IM athletes. These 2 training groups
will be available to all members at no additional cost.

Newton Running® Partners with Boulder Based FastForward Sports


Partnership brings together two Boulder Based Companies that believe in helping runners achieve their full potential.

Coming off the highly successful Ironman Boulder activation, Newton Running is proud to be announcing a partnership with Boulder based FastForward Sports (F4). With the launch of this partnership Newton Running will become the official shoe of F4 and will work with F4 to provide a better running experience to all of its training group members. . .

Mind over Marty: Post Ironman Boulder Depression?


By Marty Rosenthal

It's been just over two weeks since IM Boulder and I haven't really felt a sense of post race depression. You know that feeling of build up and anticipation and all those months of training and working towards something and's done and gone. I talked and blogged about it after I completed IM Cozumel. I definitely felt it after my first event ever - the marathon in Arizona - and how I silently sat and wept on the plane as I was waiting to take off and bring me back to Colorado. I haven't had any of those feelings at all following IM Boulder. In fact, I went to work the very next morning after the race. Bright and early at 8am. I only worked about 4 hours but it was life as I knew it - back to normal. . .

Boulder Center for Sports Medicine merges with CU Sports Medicine


From the Daily Camera:

Boulder Community Health plans to move its Boulder Center for Sports Medicine operations to the new high-performance athletic center being developed as part of the University of Colorado Athletic Department's $156 million facilities expansion, officials announced Wednesday.

Tri Hearter: The Evolution of Ironman Boulder


Like a gigantic ocean liner heading out of port and slowly disappearing on the horizon, 2014 Ironman Boulder is now a memory with small bits of chatter still floating in the wake of experiences it left behind. The ship is off to different ports and it will be back in about 350 days but I wonder if it will arrive in 2015 sold out?

I find it interesting and a bit puzzling that general entry spots for next year are available nearly three weeks after it opened. I can’t help but wonder why. Historically Ironman races seem to sell out in hours or in the case of some like Arizona, in seconds.

Many reasons can be hypothesized . . .


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