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!
J’ne Day Lucore
J’ne Day Lucore
Charley is one of the founding members of RMTC, and was the first president of the club. As one of the active coaches for RMTC, he prepares and leads the weekly group workouts, providing guidance for all participants. He has been a lifelong athlete, having competed in track and cross country for Wichita State University. He began racing triathlons in the early 1990s, and started coaching triathletes in 2001. He is a USAT certified coach, and through his own company, CP Fitness and Training, he provides individual training plans for triathletes, runners, swimmers, and cyclists.
I am originally from the NY/CT area but I got hooked on the the endurance / fitness lifestyle, as soon as I moved here. I love the triathlon world. Its 3 disciplines leads to a varied fitness routine that never gets boring. I also enjoy combining it with my love for travel and adventure. I am excited to be the sponsorship officer for RMTC in 2020 and bringing new and exciting partners to our club. Look forward to a great 2020 Triathlon Season!
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. Six 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 wonderful RMTC crew. His big goal right now is to qualify for and compete in the ITU World Championships (Olympic Distance). He owns his own web design & development business and has two wonderful teenage kids.
Major Events Officer
Matthew has been an RMTC member since he moved to Denver in 2019 and he went to his first track workout the first Tuesday he moved to Colorado (you just have to jump right into the altitude training!). Coming from a running background, Matthew has been competing in triathlons for over 10 years, there is no better place to train or team to be a part of. As the Major Events Officer, my goal is to ensure that our large scale events are welcoming and engaging for all of our members.
I’ve been an avid triathlete since 2012, working my way up from sprints to a full ironman in 2014. I took 4 years off tris from ’15 to ’19 when I moved to NYC. Hard to find a pool there! My husband, Daniel and I moved to Denver in January 2020. What a fun time to move to a new city! We joined RMTC in March ’20, also a great time to join a social group! But honestly, it was. Tri training was one of the only safe activities and this team literally became my friends, family, and key surviving a pandemic. It’s been so fun getting to know everyone and cheering each other through a return to racing. I’m hoping to earn this social position so I can get us all together for some non- tri stuff too! Might be weird to see each other in street clothes but I think it will be fun and worth it!
Social Media Officer
I am excited to strengthen the social media presence for RMTC with engaging stories, and photos to bring RMTC members together and create a sense of community and inclusion in our club. I have been a triathlete for many years and believe that I have the familiarity to spot content that would perfectly represent RMTC. I have experience working with social media since I am also the Social Media Chairperson for Toastmasters International District 26 which includes Colorado, Wyoming, and Western Nebraska where I am responsible for all social media postings including Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. I am also an Instructional Designer where I create online learning.