DeBoom Coaching is now accepting applications for the 2015 Season. Learn more than just how to race – learn the lifestyle. We pride ourselves on developing one-on-one personal relationships with our athletes and creating custom training plans that consider everything else you have going on in your life. All levels welcome from the newby beginner to the the crafty veteran – there’s always more you can learn.
Tim’s latest article for Inside Triathlon is bound to cut to the quick for many US Pro’s. Never one to pull his punches or mince words, Tim gives a candid outlook on the current crop of US Pro’s, why they haven’t won the big one and what it will take to make the step to the top of the podium on the Big Island.
Congratulations goes out to DeBoom athlete, Halvard Berg, getting accepted to the 2013 edition of the Norseman Extreme Triathlon. A victory in itself – the application process is highly competitive and after a long campaign effort, Halvard learned last week that he is an official entrant for the 2013 Edition. Good on ya Halvard! Time to get to work!!
Compliments of 2011-12 Co-Captain, Romedy Murr’s sister, Madison Murr.
Tony will be a member of the lecture panel group during the RACE Conference & EXPO at the Lakeshore Athletic Club on the weekend of April 14-15, 2012. The lecture will specifically discuss “getting into triathlons.” Should be an interesting and fun weekend. Tony will also be heading up a group for the 5k running race.
Click here for a complete list of weekend scheduled events.
As an added bonus, Tony’s apparel line, Endurance Conspiracy, will be present at the event expo.
Hope to see ya there.
The West Point Triathlon Team sent 4 athletes to the ITU Barbados Sprint Triathlon this weekend to gain some race fitness and ITU experience. Mission accomplished – Alex Haybecker, Jess Clay, Hunter Overly and Brian Trainor all had impressive performances considering their current fitness level and the heavy training they’ve been doing the past few weeks. Congrats gang on a job well done!
I know that this is a song John Lennon wrote about his son Sean, and I also know that there are tons of good tunes out there written about women, daughters and the like, but truth be told, I’m pretty partial to the way Lennon says it. So, this song is with a little girl named Wilder in mind.
Tony DeBoom talks with Bob Babbitt and Paul Huddle on Competitor Radio about coaching the West Point Cadets, triathlon, Endurance Conspiracy, and life after triathlon.