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 founded the Rocky Mountain Triathlon Club in 2003, was the first president of the club, and continues to be the driving force behind the ongoing operations of the club. As one of the active coaches for RMTC, he prepares and leads many weekly group workouts. Charley has been competing in multisport since the early 1990s. He started training triathletes in 2001 and while in graduate school at Wichita State University, he was an assistant track and cross-country coach with the middle- and long-distance runners. Although Charley no longer provides individual coaching and training plans, he is available for consultation.
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
As a child, I fell in love with triathlons watching the Kona Ironman World Championship. I thought, “someday I would like to do that”! Then in the early 2000’s, I began competing in Sprint and Olympic distance events, all while riding an old mountain bike. I eventually graduated to my first tri-specific bike and used it to successfully complete my first half-ironman. I greatly enjoy all aspects of the sport, and I truly love the community.
I joined RMTC in 2016 and have never looked back. I volunteered at the Boulder 70.3 at the RMTC aid station, and was impressed by the encouragement, support and belonging of our club’s community. RMTC is clearly more than a triathlon club, it’s a family. I have since participated in numerous volunteer and training activities while forming wonderful friendships with many of the club members. When I’m not racing, training, or simply enjoying the outdoors, I help guide individuals and families in their pursuit of financial independence as a Certified Private Wealth Advisor® at UBS Financial Services.
I’m excited to meet more of you in the year ahead and help the club connect outside of athletic pursuits as the RMTC Social Officer. Let’s have some fun!
Social Media Officer