70.3 Boulder, a test for local pro's in there own back yard

Friday 03 August 2018
IRONMAN 70.3 Boulder kicks off at the pristine Boulder Reservoir with its spectacular Rocky Mountain backdrop. 

This event has been an athlete favorite for over a decade. IRONMAN 70.3 Boulder is one of the fastest IRONMAN events to sell out each year—making it one of the most sought-after races in the country.

The extremely fast course provides personal records for many, even our local professional field. Where else in the country can you race against the best in the world on their home training ground?

Boulder was founded in 1858, featuring the renowned Red Rocks amphitheater and Chautauqua, an unparalleled hiking, music, and picnic destination. From vineyards and breweries to shopping and mountain climbing, there are activities for everyone. Popular venues include the Pearl Street Mall and the 29th Street Retail District. Pearl Street's pedestrian throughway comes alive at night with live music and entertainment for everyone. The creativity and spirit of Boulder, Colo. will bring you back year after year.

The 2018 IRONMAN 70.3 Boulder will offer 30 qualifying slots to the 2019 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship in Nice, France.

Professionals compete for $30,000 prize purse.

MALE PRO:
1 Millward Callum NZL (New Zealand)
2 Chrabot Matt USA (United States of America)
3 Appleton Sam AUS (Australia)
4 Hoffman Ben USA (United States of America)
5 Ambrose Paul AUS (Australia)
6 Metzler Justin USA (United States of America)
7 Toldi Fernando BRA (Brazil)
8 Libin Alex USA (United States of America)
9 Montgomery Jake AUS (Australia)
10 De Elias Mario ARG (Argentina)
11 Deckard Robbie USA (United States of America)
12 Wade Robbie IRL (Ireland)
14 Walsh Fraser AUS (Australia)
15 Granet Nicholas FRA (France)
16 Chirinos Andres PER (Peru)
17 Acevedo Rodrigo COL (Colombia)
18 Schroeder Chris USA (United States of America)
19 Bach Elliot USA (United States of America)
20 Zawaski Steven USA (United States of America)
21 Shoemaker Jarrod USA (United States of America)
22 Franklin Matt NZL (New Zealand)
23 Baucco AJ USA (United States of America)
24 Lopes Andre BRA (Brazil)
25 Sosinski Jimmy USA (United States of America)
26 Hudacek Corbin USA (United States of America)
27 McKeon Patrick USA (United States of America)
28 Daugherty Sean USA (United States of America)
29 Folts Brian USA (United States of America)
30 Laughery Colin USA (United States of America)
31 Mitchell Jeremiah USA (United States of America)
32 Holmes Sam USA (United States of America)
33 Chalfant Robby USA (United States of America)
34 Blanco Sebastian ARG (Argentina)
35 Feltner Curtiss USA (United States of America)
36 Gillespie Dylan USA (United States of America)

FEMALE PRO:
41 Seymour Jeanni ZAF (South Africa)
42 Salthouse Ellie AUS (Australia)
43 Kaye Alicia USA (United States of America)
44 Smith Lesley USA (United States of America)
45 Evans Katy USA (United States of America)
46 Findlay Paula CAN (Canada)
47 Mack Danielle USA (United States of America)
48 Roy Stephanie CAN (Canada)
49 Bromme Uli USA (United States of America)
50 Naeth Angela CAN (Canada)
51 Palacio Romina ARG (Argentina)
52 Brown Christen USA (United States of America)
53 Selsmark Alise AUS (Australia)
54 Green Erin USA (United States of America)
55 Valentine Nicole USA (United States of America)
56 Rusch Maggie USA (United States of America)
57 Wendorff Amanda USA (United States of America)
58 Olson Rachel USA (United States of America)
59 Meo Pip NZL (New Zealand)
60 Falcaro Nicole USA (United States of America)
61 Folts Monica USA (United States of America)
62 Goodell Kimberly USA (United States of America)
63 Ray Erin USA (United States of America)
64 Alvarez Palmira MEX (Mexico)
65 Pesch Maddy USA (United States of America)
66 Jones Jessica USA (United States of America)
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