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Swim Lesson

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David Warden

David Warden is an internationally recognized coach and author. His current and former clients include World Age Group Duathlon champions, Guinness World Record triathlon holder James Lawrence, and multiple full and 70.3 Ironman World Championship qualifiers. He is the co-author of the primary academic triathlon resource Triathlon Science. His personal athletic resume consists of 45 first place overall wins in triathlon and duathlon, including the 2x USA Triathlon Rocky Mountain Region Sprint Triathlon Champion (2011, 2016) and 2nd place USA Triathlon Age Group Duathlon Nationals. He has finished as the top American at the Mallora 70.3, Abu Dhabi International Half, and Balearic Olympic Championships. David is a certified IRONMAN® coach.

JAMES LAWERENCE

James is originally From Calgary, Alberta Canada. He grew up a wrestler and later in life became to love endurance racing to escape the hectic routine of Corporate America. After losing everything in 2008, James turned to his new found passion for triathlon racing and went on to break two world records within three years. In 2015 James accomplished the unthinkable despite everyone saying his end goal was impossible. He completed 50 Ironman distance triathlons, in 50 days, in each of the 50 United States — The 50-50-50.