The Roanoke 70.3 triathlon is coming to town June 7, 2020 and we are hosting another free seminar where you can learn from local triathlon experts about the importance of training and technology as you prepare for the race.

Many of the top triathlon coaches use data from wearable technology to determine the best training for their clients. Many athletes wear this technology, but do not know how to apply it to their training.

Our panel of experts will dive into some of the helpful technology available today to guide triathlon training. This will include Garmin wearable technology and proper bike fit and equipment. We will also have time for questions and answers from class participants.

Where: Fleet Feet Sports, 4347 Franklin Road in Roanoke

When: Monday, November 18, 2019 at 7:15 p.m.

Cost: Free

Space is limited, so register now to reserve your free spot here>>


Daryl Rich, D.C., C.S.C.S.

Clinical Director of Core Chiropractic and Wellness Center with 15 years of treating repetitive injuries with endurance athletes. Certified in Active Release Technique (ART), which is the official Ironman® Soft Tissue Treatment partner. ART® is a patented, state of the art, soft tissue system/movement based technique that treats problems with muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia and nerves.

Kim Parker

Kim is a four time Ironman 140.6 finisher and a professional bike fitter. She has spent the last 5 years working with athletes of all levels to find the right bike and the ideal fit for performance, endurance and comfort.

Dr. Tim Fortuna

Dr. Tim Fortuna started seriously competing in triathlons in 2006, including multiple sprint and olympic distance races in the Syracuse, NY area. He completed his first half-Ironman in 2010. He had a health issue while training for Ironman Lake Placid in 2011, which kept him out for a few years. Since 2014, however, he has completed nine full-distance Ironmans and 16 70.3s. Dr. Fortuna is a physician at Carilion.

Scott Moir

Scott is the most recent addition to this speaker line up. We are excited for him to join us again as he will talk about the bike course options, including the Blue Ridge Parkway. As you may know, the park service is considering approving the Blue Ridge Parkway bike course and is currently asking for feedback from the public.

He has over 10 years of triathlon experience with 7 full and 14 half Ironman’s under his belt with 7 top 5 and 10 top 15 finishes. He competed in the 2013 Half Ironman World Championships and has won the Masters Division of the Blue Ridge Marathon’s half marathon several times.

Register for this free seminar here>>