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Julie Dibens Coaching
Performance coaching for triathletes and endurance athletes
Julie Dibens is a multiple world champion triathlete with over 15 years of experience racing as professional. Her career highlights include being the 70.3 World Champion in 2009, and being a 3 time Xterra World Champion in 2007/2008/2009 and a 3rd place at the Ironman World Championships. Prior to racing middle and long distance triathlons Julie also completed for many years on the ITU circuit and is a 2 x Olympic team member.
Julie retired from professional triathlon racing in 2014 and turned her energy towards coaching full time. She now coaches a great group of athletes ...the JD crew...based in her adopted home town of Boulder, CO. While most of her athletes are racing professionally, she also works with highly motivated and disciplined athletes of all abilities. She has been coaching on and off since 2006 where she helped set up a small triathlon coaching company in the UK Driven to Tri.
Customized training plans
Your training plan will be 100% personalized to your needs as an athlete taking in to account your every day life and needs.
Indivdiual Technique work
Meet Julie and her assistant Lucky for a 1-2-1 session to work on any technical aspects of training or racing. Much like the training plans this can be totally customizable to your needs.
Small group training/ Training camps
If you are looking for a coach to lead a small group training day or training camp contact Julie. She might be able to help! Especially if you are interested in coming to training in the triathlon mecca of Boulder, CO.
When Julie is not playing coach, she is normally out adventuring in the foothills of Boulder or up in the high country in the rocky mountains of Colorado. Interested in spending the day with Julie adventuring...reach out...
Interested in just picking Julies brain or asking her for some advice on training or racing related issues...then best way to get her sitting down is to bribe her with cookies.
JD Crew secret squirrel open water swims with assistant coach LuckyDog
check out the gallery to glance through some of the past and present JD crew athletes. Great people, great characters and mostly a pleasure to work with ... :)
Romina Palacio (Argentina)
Katie Kyme & Lauren Brandon
Rachel Joyce and Waldo (aka Archie)
Julie's philosophy is to combine forces with other professionals to ensure her athletes get the best care/treatment and knowledge out there. Here are some of the people that kindly are willing and able to be part of the crew
CaitLIN SNow (assistant coach)
Caitlin Snow is a professional triathlete with many Ironman and 70.3 podiums to her name, most notably a win at France and Lake Placid IM, still holding the course record with a 2:52 marathon.
Her love of triathlons started a child and progressed to NCAA championship, U23 ITU, before hitting up the big guns of Kona, including four podium finishes on the Big Island.
She is a passionate athlete and person, hitting all she does with the force of a roaring lion. This same commitment to excellence seen in her own life naturally comes into her athlete relationships ensuring you get the best out of yourself with a carefully planned and personalized program - no stones left unturned.
In addition to triathlon, Caitlin is making a name for herself in the ultra running world recently winning Grand Junction’s 50km trail race and taking on her first 50miler (that was 58 miles) in Hawaii. She also enjoys yoga, hiking, skinning, and chatting with her bestie at Wholefoods markets around the great United States of America
Katie Kyme (assistant coach)
Katie Kyme is one of the newer members of the Boulder crew, but has a long history with the sport of triathlon ever since watching Kona broadcasts as a young child with her brother in their living room in sunny Sydney, Australia.
She completed, and won, her first triathlon in Wagga Wagga and that was the turning point: coming from a running family and swimming background, she immediately ditched those for the love of the Multisport arena.
Fast forward to 2018 and Katie has been undefeated at 70.3 with five AG wins, taking a second regional championship at St George 70.3. She finished the season off at Kona and now has taken her pro card for 2019.
Interestingly Katie is often the team cook at training camps, specializing in Nutella cookies, and her scones won the Grand Champion ribbon at the Easter Show.
In keeping with the theme of the group, Katie is a passionate and dedicated athlete and coach.
Strength and condition coach RallySport Boulder
strength and conditioning coach Rallysport Boulder
Ivan O Gorman
Bike fitter to the stars
Lawrence Van Lingen
Aka Magic Hands...or MH for short