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17 Apr 2016 - 01 Jun 2021

USA Triathlon CEU Approval Application

All USAT Approved CEU courses will be evaluated using standards that take the following into consideration: Length of the course Format of the course (lecture, practical, online, etc.) USAT Certified Coach Presenters Topics being covered Because of the change in evaluation, some courses may receive a different number of CEUs than in years past. We believe enforcing this new evaluation standard will create a more consistent approval process that can be applied impartially to every application. USA Triathlon reserves the right to assign or deny a CEU value to seminars and conferences. CEU values are based upon relevancy to triathlon coaching and are assigned by USA Triathlon, not by what another organization assigns. CEUs will not be awarded to courses that are deemed to be in direct competition with existing USAT programs. Examples include webinars, symposiums, mentorship programs, and triathlon coaching certification programs among others. USAT CEU approval is valid for one calendar year. For instance, regardless of when you submit a USAT CEU Application in 2017, once your course is approved, it is approved until 12/31/17. If you would like your course approved for the following calendar year, you must go through the USAT CEU Application process again. By submitting a USAT CEU Application, you are agreeing to waive all fees for up to three USA Triathlon staff members to attend any clinic. If a USA Triathlon staff member decides to attend your clinic, you will be notified by the staff member in advance. By completing this application, you agree to only promote CEU amounts as determined by USA Triathlon staff. Failure to use the provided certificate of completion or promoting incorrect CEU amounts will result in the course no longer being approved in future years. For any USAT CEU Application questions, please contact Linda.Cleveland@usatriathlon.orgEvent details and schedule
01 Jun 2017 - 03 May 2025

Triathlon Leader Manual Purchase

The Triathlon Leader Manual is a tool and resource for parents, teachers, coaches, athletes and other fitness professionals who work with multisport athletes. The goal is to help parents and professionals lead workouts and skill sessions with young and developing athletes. The purpose of the Triathlon Leader Manual is to: Increase the level of knowledge and expertise of those who are working with young or new multisport athletes. Provide prospective coaches with the background information necessary to prepare for the Level I Coaching Certification. Increase the number of athletes participating in the sport of the triathlon Increase the number of children and adolescents exposed to the lifetime activities of swimming, biking, running and triathlon. Possible results of this exposure would be an increased likelihood for youth to adopt and healthy lifestyle, decreased likelihood of these youth to be sedentary, overweight, and at a higher risk for cardiovascular disease, and other negative health outcomes. Provide teachers, fitness instructors, and youth leaders with adequate information to create a curriculum of instruction for a three-in-one cardiovascular sport or training program. Please note that the manual will be emailed within seven business days of payment. Refunds are not available for the manual once it has been sent via email.  Event details and schedule
24 March 2019

2019 Dust Bowl Series - Day 5 (CO)

World's Best Marathon & Half Series! No Time Limits Great Food Best Medals Loony CommunityEvent details and schedulePlease check our website for details.
24 March 2019

All-Out Spring Fever Half Marathon, 10K, 5K & 1Mile

From the base of Table Mountain and Colorados spectacular foothills, All-Out Multicourse presents our 7th annual Spring Fever from Jefferson Countys NAAC Stadium easily accessible from Hwy 93, 6th Ave, Hwy 58 or I-70. Along with its Endless Series sidekick in October Kooky-Spooky, these 1M, 5K, 10K & Half Marathon courses will hug the shores of Arvadas Blunn Reservoir via the Ralston Creek Trail and will challenge the beginner and veteran athlete alike.
06 April 2019

Globe Trot 5K

Join us for the first ever Aspen Ridge International Club Globe Trot 5K.  We are so excited to give Colorado families a chance to get active while also helping Aspen Ridge students see new parts of the world.  This run will benefit Aspen Ridge Prep School International Club students going to Costa Rica in June, 2019.  The goal is to make international travel more affordable and equitable so that more middle school families will be able to send their kids on these incredible learning experiences.  The majority of the funds will go directly towards costs of travel while 10% of the proceeds will go towards school supplies for a Costa Rican school we are visiting.  Run day will be a blast with a 1 mile fun run for kids, a 5K run/walk, door prizes, trucker hats, a post-race dance party playlist, and lots of give-aways from local sponsors.  Be sure to register by March 15th to be guaranteed a hat!  Registration after March 15th will cost the same, but you might not get a hat.   Dogs are allowed, but they have to be on a leash!Event details and scheduleParking is available at Aspen Ridge (705 Austin Ave) and Leon A Wurl Service Center (150 Bonnell Avenue) which is within walking distance of the school.  Arrive ready to run (and park) by 8:30.  We will begin walking together to the start of the race at 9:00.  The race will take place solely on the picturesque Coal Creek Trailway, beginning at Zodo Ave. and Austin Ave.  The 1 mile fun run will only go around Aspen Ridge, and will also take place at 9 AM.  Childcare at the outdoor playground (even for kiddos who aren't participating in the fun run) will be provided so that parents can run/ walk at their leisure.  It will be a fun family event for a good cause.  
06 April 2019

Fort Collins Run to Remember 2019

Arnold Air Socuety Captain Mark Guiles danielson squadron is hosting the third annual Fort Collins Run to Remember 5k.  This event is held in honor of 2nd Lieutenant Benjamin J. Walder. Lt. Walder was a CSU, Detachment 90, and MGD squadron alumni and a valued member of our community, before he took his own life. The registration fee includes a t-shirt honoring 2nd Lieutenant Walder. We host this event to help raise awareness of the issue of mental health in our community; all profits are sent to the Alliance for Suicide Prevention of Larimer County.  The event itself is a 5k run taking place  on CSU's campus. See event details for more info.    We hope to see you there!  Event details and scheduleBring athletic wear, if it is cold be sure to bring gloves and a hat. (hopefully the weather cooperates with us!) Parking is available nearby at the LSC lot or anywhere on campus. Tickets are not given out on weekends.  The event will include checking in at 8:30 A.M. the run itself begins at 9:30 on the oval and takes place across CSUs campus, ending back on the oval with an award ceremony at 11:30.  Be sure to arrive before 9:30 so you can check in! Donuts will be provided after the run so you can reward yourself.     
07 April 2019

11th Annual Flying Pig 5K

WHAT: A benefit for the Foothills Gateway, Inc. Family Support Services Program (FSSP) FSSP exists to provide flexible supports and services that cut down stress and help to preserve the family balance when a family has one or more children with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. The program currently serves over 200 families, with an additional 230 families on the waiting list, by providing funds designated to assist families who provide support at home to their family member with an intellectual disability.  The dollars raised by this event will be used to offer additional services to families both in FSSP and on the waiting list, with an emphasis on providing respite, sibling support, and educational services to help preserve family balance.            Event details and scheduleWHEN: Sunday April 7, 2019  8:30AM CERTIFIED COURSE CERT #: CO09027DCR Pre-qualifier for the Bolder Boulder   WHERE: Spring Canyon Park also home to Inspiration Playground.  The race will start and finish at Spring Canyon Park in Fort Collins. Participants will walk or run the 5K (3.1 miles) CERTIFIED route in and around the park. Kids Ages UNDER 10: Join us for the FREE, FUN,  “PIGLET WALK”.  Begins at 9:30, after the 5K concludes. Packet pick up at event. 
07 April 2019


  CMSP 24K/12K/5K Enjoy a true XTERRA trail race experience at the beautiful Cheyenne Mountain State Park in Colorado Springs.  The scenery is amazing as you travel along the trails at altitudes between 6500 and 7500 feet. This is the race where you can feel one with nature while competiting on some of the nicest Colorado trails.     Also this year please help the Marathon Majic Crew as we support one fantastic local organization.     Thank you all for the continued support of Marathon Majic, local organizations, and Beautiful Cheyenne Mountain State Park.    Marathon Majic Crew    Event details and scheduleSaturday: Packet pick-up on Saturday, April 6th at:Mountain Chalet 226 N. Tejon St. Colorado Springs, CO 80903 710-633-0732 11:00am - 4:00pm Race Day Information: 7am-Race day registration & packet pick-up at Cheyenne Mountain State Park 8:00am-24K / 12K Start  8:10am-5K Start