Professional Triathlete

In 1995, I did my first triathlon. A passion for the sport grew rapidly, and the adventure began. With the unrelenting support and encouragement of my family and friends, I've been given the incredible opportunity to pursue my dreams on a full-time basis.

Through this site, you can learn more about me, follow my training and racing adventures, ask me questions, and leave comments. Enjoy!

Upcoming Races

Apr 07, 2013 / Galveston, TX

Ironman 70.3 Galveston

Mar 17, 2013 / San Juan, Puerto Rico

Ironman 70.3 San Juan

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Cait's Blog

Kona 2013 Race Report
October 19, 2013

Kona 2013 Race Report

Planes, Trains, and Automobiles
April 25, 2013

Planes, Trains, and Automobiles

Funny Stuff!
January 11, 2013

Funny Stuff!

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Day in the Life with Cait Snow: Mountain Time to Island TimeAt the beginning of August, after a tough training spell, my husband Tim and I spent two and a half weeks training at altitude in Colorado. We spent the first week at 10,000 feet of elevation, while the remainder was spent “down” around 6,000 feet at a friend’s house.Day in the Life with Cait Snow: How to Weather Triathlon’s StormsAs Mike Tyson so eloquently put it, “Everybody has a plan until they get punched in the face.” While riding on a bike path in Houston at the beginning of the year, I collided head-on with another rider. I sustained four fractured ribs, a punctured and partially collapsed lung, a lacerated liver and a fractured vertebra.Week of Kona: Caitlin Snow Reflects on Her Race and MoreOn Monday after the race, our last day in Kona, Tawnee sat down with pro and Kona veteran Caitlin Snow, who was 9th female overall in this year’s Ironman World Championships for the second year in a row, to talk about the race she had, including where she felt she excelled and where she felt she suffered. FuelBelt Collaborates with IRONMAN in Launching New Hydration CollectionFuelBelt and IRONMAN have collaborated on an exclusive collection of hydration belts and race day accessories, which will be made available at all IRONMAN® events and at specialty retailers around the globe.QR & Cait Snow Donate Bike to Teens Living CanceerLast month, non-profit group Teens Living with Cancer (TLC) burst onto the national radar following a social media explosion ignited by Mary Eggers and her tweet to Lance Armstrong.LAVA MagazineAt only 30 years old, American Cait Snow has been competing in triathlons for the majority of her lifetime. With two top-10 Kona performances under her belt and a New England fire in her belly, this Boston-bred beauty is poised to fulfill the triathlon dreams her entire family has been helping her realize since she was 13 years old.Triathlete MagazineThe Brockton, Mass.-based pro has been the top American woman in Kona the past two years. At the 2011 Ironman World Championship, she ran a 2:53 marathon—only Chrissie Wellington and Mirinda Carfrae ran faster—and finished ninth.On the Podium With Cait SnowFor the second year in a row professional triathlete Cait Snow ran her way into the top ten in Kona. Her 2:53.51 marathon earned her the title of first American female and ninth place overall. This is her fourth appearance in Hawaii and steady progress is the name of the game for Snow.Triathlete MagazineI saw footage of Kona on TV when I was 13 and asked my mom if I could do a triathlon. She found a youth event in the area, lent me her bike, and gave me a ride (and the entry fee). I’ve been hooked ever since!
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