Carlee Tulett is an elite amateur triathlete and experienced endurance athlete in a wide range of running, cycling, and triathlon events.  Starting in high school, Carlee found success in both soccer and track and field and eventually went on to compete as a 100 and 200 meter runner at Western Washington University.


After competing in various local running and triathlon events, Carlee registered for her first 70.3 in 2011 and sought coaching assistance from James Lawrence and Team Ironcowboy where she went on to qualify for the 70.3 world championships later that same year. In addition to winning and placing in various local events, Carlee snagged 3rd female in her first full distance at the Lake Havasu HIITS triathlon series. Subsequently, she joined Team Ironcowboy as a coach in 2015, completed the Ironman University Training certification, and has gone on to coach many athletes to race successfully in events ranging from 100 mile ultra trail runs to the Ironman World Championships in Kona. 

While staying home and raising her five little boys ranging from age three to 13, Carlee has managed to complete (and typically podium in) over 20 70.3 events, 4 full Ironman events, and a variety of  endurance road, trail, and cycling events. Recently, Carlee placed 2nd female in the ICON Livigno xtreme triathlon which qualified her for the Norseman xtreme triathlon in 2020.  Carlee brings to the Team Ironcowboy coaching staff her expertise in open water swim technique, mental toughness training, extreme endurance events, and balancing work and motherhood responsibilities with endurance training.