What Lesley Paterson Gives Everyone on Her List

Two-time XTERRA World Champion, Lesley Paterson, knows a thing or two about grit. (After all, the first sport she ever played was rugby.) Over the past several years, she has battled Lyme disease, injuries, and stomach complications. Most recently, she competed in the 2017 XTERRA World Championship with a fractured pelvis. But no matter what is […]

XTERRA Nutrition – ‘Tis the Season

Alexandra Borrelly Lebrun is a pharmacist and has studied sports nutrition and natural medicine. She works alongside her husband, a former professional XTERRA athlete & 2005 XTERRA World Champ, Nico Lebrun, at Organicoach, where they create optimized nutrition plans for athletes of all levels. We recently caught up with Alex to find out how you can enjoy […]

Overheard on the Bus

It’s dark when the first runners arrive. “Is this the right place?” they ask. This is what everyone will ask until there is enough of a crowd to provide a sense of reassurance. XTERRA Ambassador Tom Dhans and his wife Angie have volunteered for “shuttle duty,” which is a job unique to XTERRA Trail Run […]

XTERRA Trail Champ Darren Brown on Recovery

This time of year, we talk a lot about recovery, but what does that really mean? Do we refrain from all physical activity?  Do we change our diet (hello, holiday cookies!)? And when can we start thinking about next season? We recently caught up with Darren Brown, who studies recovery for a living, at OOFOS […]

More Than Just a Number – Grzegorz Zgliczynski

In 1989, Grzegorz Zgliczynski (#778) first came to the U.S. from Poland to train for triathlon. In 1991, he got his green card and that same year, he won the 25-29 age group at the Hawaii Ironman, where he was 16th overall. Today, Zgliczynski has lived longer in Colorado than he has in Poland but […]