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Other Personal Best Achievements
1:52 Olympic Distance Triathlon
4:06 Half Ironman Triathlon
9:28 Ironman Triathlon
47:52 Ironman Triathlon Swim
4:53 Ironman Triathlon Bike
2:06 Half Ironman Triathlon Bike
Peter Valentyik has been a Coach with the Training Club sine 2006 and obtains great satisfaction learning and sharing knowledge and experience with athletes of different abilities. He also coaches Masters swimming, Nordic Skate skiing and is a private Swim Instructor for all abilities. Peter began his swim coaching/instruction in College and continued ever since with continued refinement in methods, athlete success and satisfaction. Born in Northern Michigan, he started out as a competitive swimmer since the age of 9 in Budapest Hungary, while attending school for one year. He then continued with swim competition into High School (MVP his senior year) and College (Most Improved Freshman Year).
Noted performances included two consecutive years of competing in for the US @ Age Group Short Course World Championships in England (20th place) and New Zealand (7th place). Peter then chose to compete as a Professional Triathlete, where he competed for 13 years while also balancing a full time engineering career in the Medical Device field. His most notable performances included a 2nd overall lead after the swim and bike sections in the 2004 Wisconsin, Ironman.
Other competitions included competing in the Long Course World Championships, in Muncie Indiana, numerous National Olympic Distance and Half Ironman Distances and winning a handful of local Sprint and Olympic Distance Triathlons and Duathlons.
Originally, Austin Mitchell grew up in Sonoma County, Ca. Running or cycling ten or more miles to and from school at an early age was very normal. Although Austin didn't like it from ages 12 to 15, he later began to realize that his fitness would be a driving factor in achieving many of his goals later in life.
Leading into High School, Austin began to embrace the discomfort of regular training. He would regularly run 10 or more miles a day to “make weight” for the Sonoma wrestling where he won the league championships for his team in the final match. One of his most memorable moments was realizing he was able to run a sub five minute mile in his freshman year even though he had no interest in running for cross country or track at that time. After High School, Austin started working for a large automotive corporation took three years off from exercise and gained more than 35 lbs of fat. After a serious life changing car accident that nearly ended his life, he decided to stop eating unhealthy, drinking and totally dedicate himself to a healthy lifestyle.
Austin has now complete over 50 running races, including many different, running events, adventure races and triathlons. Medals had begun to pile up, before deciding that he wanted start his own business called FastesTTransition as a full-time Coach/ Personal Trainer while pursuing a career as professional Triathlete in Boulder Co.
He now has years of experience in the fitness industry teaching strength, mobility, nutrition, supplementation, swimming, cycling, and running. Austin is now as a Master Trainer helping people all over the Boulder area.
Goals: Achieve his level 3 USAT coaching certification and create a professional Squad/team of athletes
Goal: Do a Half Ironman in under 4 hours and win Nationals
Random Fact: I have a twin named Karlan(So if I ask your name twice its probably him)
A true multisport athlete, Kevin has tried nearly all of them. From an early age, he could be seen swinging a tennis racket, parrying with an epee and doing his best Reggie Jackson impressions diving across the diamond.
In the past six years, Kevin has competed in duathlon world championships in Italy, Scotland and Spain. He also qualified for 2012 world championship events in France (duathlon) and New Zealand (triathlon).
Through these activities, he cemented his appreciation for the challenges and camaraderie found in sport.
Kevin joined the Revolution Running Multisport group in its first year where he helped athletes successfully complete first triathlons, increase race distances and achieve new PRs.
Having put in the miles needed to race on the world stage, he knows a cold beer at the finish tastes even better with bugs in your teeth. And better yet, seeing others achieve their own success is a victory in itself.
Kevin coaches athletes to realize their goals and encourages them on the dusty trails during training rides or racing toward wins.
Goes by “Tyler or T-Ride”. Tyler is from Capitan, NM
with a running philosophy of work hard, but have fun while you do it.
He enjoys at Bear Peak in Boulder and the Swiss trail. Other than running, Tyler likes fising his bike and playing Ultimate Frisbee.
Tyler has won the pancho sombrero challenge at the El Paso half marathon and is a seasoned triathlete. I like to think most of my fondest acomplishments are yet to come.
Tyler is currently coaching for Shining Mountain Waldorf school as a High School Track and Field Coach, and as a Middle School Cross Country Coach. This will be his 4th season as a coach for Revolution Running, and he enjoy every minute of it.
I'm originally from Denver but have lived in Boulder for the past 3 years.
I've been a triathlete for 6 years, but I've been cycling for 12 years. I started cycling because of the MS150 charity ride that my company sponsored, and I rode in that for 6 years before falling in love with triathlon.
I'm taking a bit of a break from triathlon this season (although I did Escape from Alcatraz a couple weeks ago and I'm doing the Boulder Sunrise/Sunset triathlons) and trying some bike racing this season since biking is my absolute favorite part of triathlon.
I've done 2 IM's (France and Cozumel) and 10 70.3's including the 70.3 World Championships in Vegas. My favorite triathlon was probably the Alpe d'Huez Long Course triathlon.
And I love riding uphill, so my main bike races for this season are Mt. Evans and Pikes Peak.
Reuben has been a runner and cyclist since a young age. He raced cross country and track in high school, but enjoyed half marathons the most.
After training for his first marathon in graduate school, an injury drove him to mountain bike racing. He raced for the Georgia Tech Cycling Team for 6 years, qualifying for nationals every year, and finishing a best place of 43rd in the country.
Since graduate school he combined his love of running and cycling, and started racing duathlons. He finished 9th in is age group at Short Course Duathlon National Championships in 2012.