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Reed and Carfrae win the inaugural Rev 3 triathlon in Connecticut by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Sun 07 Jun 2009 10:02pm In what may be one of the hardest new triathlons in the United States, it was Matt Reed by just one minute and 35 seconds over Joe Gambles at the inaugural Revolition 3 triathlon. Reed won the race and took home the large (for professional triathlon races at least) $16,000 first place prize. Click HERE for the live video feed from the race ... Read on »
ULTIMATE Triathlon List Part 1... by Marci Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Feb 2010 12:00am Over the past six... almost seven years... I have come up with my ULTIMATE list of triathlons in the United States that I'd eventually like to complete. They range from Sprints to Irons.... and hopefully I'll be able to check each of these off my list! Arkansas Tri Arkansas Olympic Distance Arizona Ironman Arizona Ironman Distance ... Read on »
Press Release: “BEST OF THE US” Announces 2009 State Qualifiers by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Wed 10 Dec 2008 9:03pm The following races are the official qualifying events for the 2009 Best of the US National Championship, which will be hosted by the Orange County International Triathlon (OCT) in Mission Viejo, California on September 29. The top male and female resident amateurs at each event will earn the right to represent themselves and their states at the ... Read on »
Man to attempt 50 Iron distance triathlons in 50 states in under 100 days by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Sun 08 Jul 2012 9:00am Starting July 7, 2012, Jason Langston, an athlete from Jacksonville, Florida will be attempting to complete 50 iron distance triathlons (2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike, 26.2 mile run) in 50 different states in under 100 days. Called the 50-50-100 Langston is trying to raise awareness to charities that stop animal cruelty and the need f ... Read on »
Rev3 HIM by Chris Fotache Posted Mon 14 Sep 2009 9:50am The new Rev3 HIM in Middlebury, CT was my A race for the spring, and I've been planning it since I signed up, on the first day of the year. It's a first time event which promised to be "Rev"olutionary, and it ended up being a great event. Heather Gollnick, multiple Ironman winner, was behind everything, and she succeeded, this being one of the best ... Read on »
Press Release: New race/largest Half Ironman pro purse by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Sun 09 Nov 2008 10:03pm Centreville, VA Revolution3 will be directing its first-ever half distance triathlon (1.2 mile swim, 56 mile bike and 13.1 mile run), The Half-Rev on June 7, 2009 at Quassy Amusement Park in beautiful Middlebury, Connecticut . The inaugural Half-Rev will feature the largest professional purse prize of any regular season Half Event of its kind ... Read on »
Why Rev3? by JenniferLeah Posted Mon 02 Jun 2014 6:39am Why am I so passionate about Rev3Tri and that BIG BLUE R? It all started several years ago, long before I was ever a member of the Rev3 Triathlon Team.I remember when I started triathlon in 2010, I heard about this NEW race company that put on a heck of an event in Connecticut,  Rev3 Quassy , from several triathlete friends and ... Read on »
Reed and Dibens take home weekend win on the way to possible big payday at Rev3 Tri by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Mon 10 May 2010 10:21am It was a good weekend for Boulder, Colorado based triathletes Matt Reed and Julie Dibens. The two won the first race in the Revolution3 Triathlon Race Series in Knoxville, Tennessee. "It was very cold, not typical conditions I think for Knoxville," Reed said. "The swim was great. (The water) wasn't cold. It was actually warmer than it ... Read on »
Say What? A Blog Post? by Mark Olivieri Posted Wed 26 Dec 2012 11:35am The Year In Review:  Here I go again. I have been on hiatus for a long time. But like Val Kilmer said in his role as Chris Knight in Real Genius—the greatest film ever made about lasers liquidating human targets from outer space— "... Let's just take a step back. No, I was wrong, I'm sorry, take a step forward. Now, take a step back. Step ... Read on »
Aprés Triathlon + Heroes Of The Week by 17281posse Posted Wed 01 Dec 2010 12:36pm I ended up going out to a function last night.  And since there is a better chance of this blog falling by the wayside before I have to (semi) dress up again, I figured I'd seize the opportunity and present you with The Road's first and probably only installment of "What's He Wearing?" There wasn't enough time to get Nigel Barker in for a phot ... Read on »