Rocky Mountain Triclub Officers
RMTC is lucky to have an awesome and passionate group of triathletes volunteer their time to run our organization. Each one has a unique skill that adds to our club’s operations and success. Check out our board members’ bios below!
I joined RMTC in 2019 from a football background, swim and bike were new to me. I did my first sprint triathlon back home in England at Blenheim Palace in 2008. It was only when I moved to the US that I decided I would complete an Ironman which I did at Boulder IM in 2019. The club has introduced me to some great friends and lovely people. I’ve also learned so much and raised my levels beyond my beliefs. Very excited for the fun and challenges the board position brings.
J’ne has been active as an RMTC Volunteer Coach and Board Officer since 2017. She was a sponsored trail and marathon runner for 15 years until she figured out that cross training was a much healthier (and fun!) alternative. She did her first triathlon in 2008 and has never looked back! She loves to compete so you will find her racing in most of the local triathlons. She has also completed 4 full Ironman races and dozens of 70.3 races across the US and Canada. She is a USAT certified coach and certified yoga instructor. In addition to one-on-one coaching, she offers free group swim, bike and trail/snowshoe runs to supplement the group workouts offered by RMTC.
John has been doing triathlons since the mid-1990s and enjoys the sport. He entered his first triathlon after a rash of running injuries that hamper him today from long distance running. He is recently retired after a career in accounting and finance, primarily in aerospace, in both Colorado and the Washington, DC suburbs. He is enjoying his retirement and spending his time with his dog, traveling, cooking (his wife hates to cook), home projects, volunteering, learning Spanish and of course training for triathlons. He claims to be as busy now as when he was working but is having a lot more fun. John is looking forward to volunteering as the RMTC finance director.
Josh did his first sprint triathlon in 2015, after virtually no physical activity for 15 years. Despite nearly drowning in the swim, burning all his matches on the bike, and limping through most of the run, he was hooked. Many years and dozens of races later (swimming, running, cycling, and triathlon), he’s still loving every minute of the tri lifestyle, training as often as possible with the awesome RMTC crew. His big goal right now is to qualify for and compete in the World Championships (Olympic Distance). He owns his own web design & development business and has two wonderful teenage kids.
Major Events Officer
Russ went to Mullen High School in Denver, then got his BS in Entrepreneurship at Reinhardt University in Waleska, Georgia. He is the CEO of TGUC Financial, an online FinTech lending platform. Russell also is the founder of The Go Urban Foundation, a charitable non-profit foundation he established focused on helping underserved communities. Russ grew up playing basketball, lifting weights and even tried boxing! He discovered triathlon through his wife, Brandy who expressed interest in giving triathlon a try. He fell in love with the sport and has completed 9 races in his first 2 years of competing. He is hoping to complete his first full Ironman in 2024. He looks forward to working with the board and membership in planning for the major club events including the Spring kickoff, RMTC triathlon training camps and the 2024 Holiday Party.
RMTC has been a fantastic source of community and fitness since Ashley moved to Denver in 2021. She is excited about the prospect of meeting more club members and creating spaces for fellowship as your Social Director.
Social Media Officer