Athlete of the Month, May 2016 – Larry Gray

This past year D3 initiated an Elite Team of athletes who all excel in their abilities and love of triathlon. Several times a week the team trains together in Boulder, CO, and they’ve already had their first team race at…

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Athlete of the Month, April 2016 – Nora Okusu

What would you do if your favorite annual ride/race started with rain and continued raining for an entire 100K? You might have an immediate answer to that question, but as you read the story about our Athlete of the Month,…

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D3 Athlete(s) of the Month, March 2016 – The Nabity Family

This month’s Athlete of the Month, is actually a family!  Their coach, Brad Seng, had this to say about what it’s like working with the 4 of them:   “Working with the Nabitys is a fun challenge for me.  They are…

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Athlete of the Month, February 2016 – Nathan Turner

Our February Athlete of the Month was inspired to race because of a challenge from a friend! He wanted to do a mud-race, his friend wanted to do a sprint, so they did both. After that first sprint, he was…

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Athlete of the Month, January 2016 – Mark Overby

Being an Ironman is not just an ability to physically push your body to complete the 140.6 miles, it’s about how we manage the challenges that come our way as we embark on the journey to cross that finish line.…

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Athlete of the Month, November 2015 – Sarah Peltier

From her coach, Mike Ricci: I’m super stoked to introduce you to our Athlete of the Month, Sarah Peltier. I’ve been coaching Sarah for a number of years and right from the get-go, I recognized that Sarah had what it takes…

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Athlete of the Month, October 2015 – Greg Lindquist

As you may have read in many of our September communications, D3 athlete Greg Lindquist won Ironman Lake Tahoe! As a coaching company, we could not be more proud of him notes Greg’s Coach and the Head Coach of D3…

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D3 Athlete of the Month, September 2015 – Darci Axmear

Our September Athlete of the Month, Darci Axmear was nominated by her coach (Martina) because she has learned to trust her training and her body. And that translated to her performance during the Pigman half IM where the weather was…

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Athlete of the Month, August 2015 – Jake Lewis

I want you to jump right in and read Jake’s story – it’s good – it’s really good! His coach (Dave) nominated him for all the reasons you’ll read about in his story below. Coach Dave recognized that Jake accomplished…

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Athlete of the Month, July 2015 – Ann Robinson

Still on cloud 9 and enjoying it! Don’t QuitSimon has known me for some time now. He taught me to swim and if you ask him, he will tell you I was his most remedial student. In 2009 I met…

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Athlete of the Month, August 2009 – Beth McGrory

How do I balance training with crazy work schedule?Good question because I really don’t know sometimes, but I think it comes down to when you really enjoy doing something and love what you reap from it, you find a way.…

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Athlete of the Month, June 2009 – Sasha Underwood

D3: Who is your coach and how long have you been working with him/her? SU:My coach is Mark Dillard and I’ve been working with him for a little over one year. D3: How do you balance your training with everything else;…

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Athlete of the Month, November 2008 – Joe Vrablik

Need a challenge? Race a triathlon, that’s what our Athlete of the Month did. Meet Joe Vrablik! D3: What was your motivation to get started in triathlon?JV: For various reasons, my life had just hit rock bottom. I was overweight,…

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Athlete of the Month, October 2008 – Bob Seemuth

D3: Why did you become a Triathlete?BS: I had to do something! When you are 53, porky and grouchy, a frustrated Type A, action steps must be taken. I remembered Julie Moss of 1982 Kona fame, had a neighbor involved…

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Athlete(s) of the Month, September 2008 – Pat and Monica O’Connor

D3: You two met at West Point, what were your athletic endeavors then?Pat: I played Division I lacrosse all four years.Monica: I participated in intramural sports all four years. General MacArthur mandated that every cadet should be an athlete. So every cadet…

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