What does it mean to you to be a "team player"? How far would you go to be a team player on and off the "field"? Would you put a pause to your race season and everything you have worked towards for another in need? Phillip Lemmons' incredible journey through the world of triathloning from CU Tri Team to 70.3 finisher to humanitarian shows his selfless sacrifice of donating a kidney to a complete stranger only to then get back on the training horse to finish his race season.
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Athletes who are coached 1-to-1, use one of our Pre-Built or Custom Training Plans, or who are on the Elite Development Team are considered members of Team D3. They share in the camaraderie and benefits of a diverse, passionate group of athletes. Team D3 athletes range in ability from beginner to elite, and they train in home towns that span between Canton of Vaud, Switzerland - New York City - Boulder, Colorado - and - San Diego, California. Beyond our coaching, we use a mix of technology, events, and of course, racing to bring athletes together. We recognize and celebrate our Team throughout this page.
Big AG win for Jeff Garvey at Ironman Chattanooga where he earned his spot to Kona for the 2019 Ironman World Championships.
Jay had to deal with an unexpected delay race morning trying to get his car out of his apartment building in NYC with the attendant in a deep sleep. Then, a tough swim with a lot of chop and swells, but Jay nailed his target power on the bike which set him up for a great run!
Coach Laura's husband went all out to make sure he got some smiles on the Ironman Chattanooga course. Congrats to Laura for her 4th place AG finish!