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Reed finishes 3rd at Lake Steven's 70.3

"What a race! The pace was on from the start. I rode hard, and knew that the boys would be strong on the run. I am happy to finish third and excited for the next month of racing. Its a gorgeous place to race up here and happy with the result."
Up next: Hyvee 5150 World Championships.

Reed opens 2014 season with 9th at Oceanside 70.3

Reed 6th in Ironman St. George 70.3

May 6, 2013- Boulder, Colorado- US Olympian Matty Reed showed his expansion of distances at Saturday's Ironman St George 70.3 US Championships with a 6th across the line, and 3rd place for the USA Championships. Reed is one of few athletes on the triathlon circuit today that races all distances throughout the year and last weekend finished 10th at an olympic distance event.
"I am pleased with 6th today. It was a stellar field and it pretty much is spot on where I am at at the moment. Coming out of winter, I had a funky time these last 6 months and am happy to be bringing the pieces back together when it matters," Reed said. "I swam solid, rode solid and ran with what I had left."
Reed will shorten back up for his next race, olympic distance event in Austin and be heading there early to showcase his new bike by FUJI.
"We launched the Norcom last week in Boulder and it is a fast machine. Excited for no more snow and to be able to ride it through the hills now with some of the Boulder boys. I am approaching this season slightly differently as I want to perform well for the major races later in the year."
Reed was 10th out of the water and came off the bike in 6th, where he finished the run. The event was a points earner for 70.3 and Ironman World Championships later this year which Reed has on his schedule.
Today's event in St. George was won by Canadian Brent McMahon.

Reed 10th at St Anthony's Triathlon

US Olympian Matty Reed launched his 2013 season off in solid fashion with a 10th place finish at today's St Anthony's triathlon.
"I was satisfied with today's result and happy to be back in the game," Reed said. "I had a few hiccups early in year and have finally found my legs a bit."
Reed heads to US Championships 70.3 next weekend. Reed has a bronze medal from the 2009 World Championships at that distance.
"Next weekend will give me a good indication of where I am at. I am looking forward to no snow and lot of riding outside in the coming months before the major races come."

A glimpse into the life of Boom Boom

Follow along here as I write up some typical days in my life as a professional athlete and father of 3 kiddos.


Friday {1|11|13} - my standard base s-b-r day.

Early A.M.

  • Wake up no alarm at 6:55 am. I don't believe in alarms. I believe you sleep til you are rested in my job. I go to bed early.
  • Cup of coffee (only Coffees of Hawaii ever in this house) while checking email and finishing up my son's homework
  • Make kids lunches & pack them up for school

Read more {here} in my journal.

Matty on cover of Triathlon Plus

Boulder's Olympian Reed wins Boise in a first ever tie
at Ironman event

June 8, 2012 Boulder, Colorado
Boulder's Matty Reed took it all the way to the line yesterday to grab his first win of the 2012 season in a historic dead heat tie at Boise 70.3.

Reed exited the chilly waters in third spot, chose to wear his wetsuit in the shorten 15 mile bike. The typical 56 mile bike was shorten due to the cold air temp of 39 degrees, high winds and rain.

"I came off the bike probably warmer than the others but it was a bit restrictive with the wetsuit on (on the bike)," Reed said. "I knew I had to find my running legs quickly onto the run."

Reed exited the transition after the bike 1:58 down on New Zealander Callum Millward. Recording a blistering 1:10 run split the two were in a battle with 400 meters to go.

"I closed down his lead with about a half a mile to go. I have been in a quite a few sprint finishes in my career and this was a good one. We hit that line crazy fast."

After reviewing the video and images, the race director deemed it a tie. This is a first in the history of Ironman events to have a tie.

"It is always good to know you gave it everything when you hit the line."

Reed plans to race Boulder Peak 5150 triathlon in early July, an event he won in 2007 and 2008, as well as make his first appearance at Boulder's 70.3 in August.


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REED 3-peats in Minneapolis!

Matty Reed showed his biking form is back, taking the lead out of T2 and never looking back.
"I am thrilled to win again at Lifetime Minneapolis. This race is very special to me and I am happy to grab that tape."
Reed backed up his win with a 6th place the next day at 5150 Boulder Peak.

Reed Grabs 2nd at Philly Triathlon

Matty Reed showed he is back in form following a few weeks of the flu, as he grabbed 2nd at today's Race to the Toyota Cup stop at the Philadelphia Triathlon.
"I am glad to be healthy," Reed said. "I got in a nice block of training about a month ago and the day before leaving for Cap Tex (the previous Race to the Toyota Cup stop), I got the sore throat. I knew I was fit, but the sickness killed me for about 10 days, and happy to have kicked that bug. I am happy with today's race."