This race will benefit two local land trusts (San Isabel Land Protection Trust and Palmer Land Trust) that are dedicated to this wild and working landscape as well will benefit the Tarahumara Indians from Copper Canyon Mexico.
We appreciate any support to help us spread the word!
At 11:23am on September 30, 2012, Anya Inman said…
Tim, let me know if there is a biking (road or mountain) race anytime soon. I need practice shooting cyclists.
I'm coordinating the ADT Marathon / Half Marathon Expo and I'm thinking it would be good for you to have a table there to publicize the Super Half. The Expo is on Sunday September 2 from noon until 6PM in the Antlers Hotel, where the 1200 runners will pickup their race packets.
We have room for 30 exhibitors. Is that something you're interested in staffing? Let me know.
Are you an "Ordinary Mortal?" If you are contemplating the possible triathlon adventure, a beginner in triathlon competition, an experienced triathlon participant, or anywhere in between...this is the event for you!
The Ordinary Mortals Triathlon was a successful annual Pueblo happening 20 years ago, with a fabulous run. Following a recent hiatus, community members in conjunction with Colorado State University-Pueblo Student Recreation Center and the EXHPR Managing Sports Programs class are reviving the event and adding not only an adult Duathlon to the mix, but a Mini-Mortals triathlon for kids! The triathlon will be run in a reversed, modified order, with the duathlon proceeding in a run-bike-run. The competitions will be chip timed, with awards for the top adult racers and mini participants in all age categories. This is a USAT sanctioned event.
Join us Sunday, April 15th on the Colorado State University-Pueblo campus in Pueblo, Colorado for a 9 a.m. adult race start to give either a Triathlon or Duathlon experience your best effort!
wanted to say thanks for keeping me up to date on all the things I care about in the PP region. Really enjoyed the marathon stuff, especially matt carpenter's comments. This is a great site and your interest in these subjects makes it stronger. Pretty cool.
Thanks for the information. My Son and I ran with the UVC on Monday it was a beautiful route and the weather was great! I also just recently started going to Joe's Boot Camp for Women and I love it:)! Have a blessed day.
Hi Tim, just wanted to say thanks for your message and wishing me well. My best races are yet to come this year once I get healed up!! I might come watch the finish of BTMR this Sunday. It is just so hard to stand there at the finish and watch all of the competitors come in and finish when you have to be out of the action. It just kills you inside!!!!!!!!!! I am going to do the Alex Hoag 5k this Saturday because I am dying to race!!!!!!!!!! and i dont think the 5k will do any harm to me and see how my knee feels. As I have been all year - I am posting all of my race results, thoughts, and notes on how I am feeling in my-2011 race log on my page. As I stated under my Summer Roundup results- I have made a decision not to race Barr Trail Mountain Race on Sunday : - ( as much as it kills me, I think its what is best for me right now. Stay in touch and talk to you soon.
Thank you so much again for wishing me well. Talk soon.
Hey Tim... I was thinking about it, did you mean the Incline Club or the Incliners Group? Either way... it is still good support for the running community! Hey FYI... I went to the summit today... totally humbled by beautiful mother nature and the challenge! I was going to come back down from Barr Camp, but saw very cool fellow runners who encouraged to go all of the way up (I am so glad/lucky) and they also helped me catch a ride down. BTW... thanks to the heightened awareness about littering, I think it is helping as the trails looked better, shy of perfect though! Thanks, Briana
Fantastic, thank you, Tim! I received your welcome note and look forward to digging into the details that you shared and I hope to participate in discussions as well as take some time to update my page etc. That is good news for the ICers, I am a newby with them too, and I have much appreciation for the support you are giving them. I have not been making the Thurs. tempo runs, but am planning to go up to Barr Camp (3rd time) or perhaps all of the way to the summit with the ICers tomorrow. Have a good/safe long weekend! Sincerely, Briana