Ironman Boulder 2016 Recap Video - the 303 Experience


303Triathlon had a crew of half a dozen roving reporters - including the "Ironman Fairy" - plus scores of volunteers helping all day long and well into the night... Here are all the highlights, from pre-dawn, through the swim, bike, and run courses - including the now-famous 303 Snow Cone Station - and the rock star finish line. Enjoy!

Ironman Boulder "Pre-Cap"


Tomorrow is the Big Day, IRONMAN Boulder.

Here’s a look at some of the great events leading up to tomorrow’s IRONMAN Boulder race. We hope you’ve enjoyed the week as much as we have.

We hope everyone has a great time and a successful day.

Watch for 303Triathlon sno cones at Aid Station #4 on St Vrain Rd., sponsored by Infinit.


Purple Door Market Ready For IRONMAN Boulder


Boulder County provides a great training ground for triathletes and cyclists, especially when there are convenient spots for athletes to gather. One of the most popular spots happens to be the Purple Door Market. Formerly known as Mary’s Market, the store changed ownership March 1st of last year by Greg Vann and Amy Ruf, owners of Purple Door Farm in Longmont – hence the appropriate name change.

RMTC Experiences Challenge Roth


When you ask most triathletes what race is on their bucket list, the IRONMAN World Championships in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii usually come to mind. But there is another race that is almost as coveted as Kona. Challenge Roth in Munich, Germany attracts the world’s best triathletes for many reasons. The amazing energy from spectators, beautiful scenery along the course, professional athlete line-up that rivals the IMWC, all together provides a world-class racing experience.

This year’s race attracted a mighty contingent of athletes from Colorado. Representing various Colorado racing teams with all being Rocky Mountain Triathlon Club members were Jay Coon, Ted Dunst, Michelle Hildebrand, Bill Ludington, Michelle Morovitz, and David Poole.


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