Colonial-sponsored multisport racing team Relentless Racing is in the heart of racing season. Relentless Racing, who consists of nine members, competes in events across the United States and around the world. Below are some recent results from the 2016 racing season.

 

Alison Miller

Relentless-Alison.jpgOn Saturday, May 21, Miller placed sixth overall in the women's division at the eleventh annual Jemez Mountain Trail Runs' 50-mile race in Los Alamos, NM. The run includes stretches of extremely steep climbs and descents on very technical terrain at an altitude of more than 10,000 feet.

The Ironman 70.3 Vineman took place on Saturday, July 9. Held in Napa, CA, Miller placed third and qualified for the 2017 World Championships.

Miller placed second at the El Scorcho run at Trinity Park in Fort Worth, Texas on July 16 and 17. This year marked the tenth year of the annual run which began at 11 p.m. and lasted into the early morning hours.

On Sunday, August 7, Miller competed in the River Cities Triathlon in Benton, LA, where she won the women's championship. In a field of nearly 900 racers, it is a tremendous accomplishment.

Miller will be competing in the grueling 100 mile Leadville Trail 100, in Leadville, CO, on August, 20.

 

Relentless-Brian.jpgBrian Miller

Miller won the Master's Division of the River Cities Triathlon in Benton, LA, on August 7. Former winners include Lance Armstrong and numerous other professional triathletes.

Miller will also be competing in the Leadville Trail 100 on August, 20. The 100 mile race covers extreme terrain in the Rocky Mountains, with elevations ranging from 9,200 to 12,600 feet.

 

Cyril Russell

Russell qualified to race at the World Championships for the Ironman 70.3 in Australia with his race results from the Ironman 70.3 at Buffalo Springs Lake in Lubbock, Texas on June 19th.

Russell will be racing at the Ironman 70.3 World Championships on September 4!

 

Justin-at-Mayors-tri-2016.jpgJustin Grissom

Grissom placed third overall at the Mayor's Triathlon held in Downtown Fort Worth on July, 10, 2016. The race consists of a 300-meter swim, 15-mile bike ride throughout Fort Worth and a challenging run.

 

Loc Ly-Spann

Ly-Spann will also be competing in Australia at the Ironman 70.3 World Championships in Mooloolaba, Queensland, Australia. He will also compete at the Ironman World Championships in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii on October, 8. This race covers more than 140 miles!

 

Congratulations to the entire Relentless Racing team!