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Part Two of our Ironman Hawaii Recap

The Big Island has a way of calling. If you’ve never been, it calls by proxy. Friends tell of their glorious struggle to make it to the finish on Alii Drive. Videos recap the history.

Podium at Ironman Hawaii

Fueled by Passion. We chat with two time Pro Kona Qualifier Kim Schwabenbauer

The Coeur team departs for Kona soon and we're wrapping up our Ironman Hawaii interview series before we leave. This is her second trip in as many years to Kona as a pro.  Say hello to Coeur athlete Kim Schwabenbauer!

Reginald Holden

We interrupt the regularly scheduled blog post about our Women's Triathlon Clothing....

We have a weekly team meeting at Coeur where we discuss the state of the company, what’s going on in the industry and anything else that may be relevant. From time to time, we discuss topics that seem worthy of a blog post. We know that many companies that have a blog

Professional Female Triathlete

Around the horn in Women's Triathlon

There’s a term in baseball called “Around the Horn”. This is the practice of throwing the ball from one in-fielder to the other after a strike out with no base...

A Great Day Down Under

Katie at finish line At Coeur we focus on the effort. To us, results are an outcome. The work is the precursor to the outcome. We obsess over the process and we appreciate people who work hard.

Our sponsored athletes work hard. We mean really hard. Like fall down nine times get up ten kinda hard. And today, we are celebrating the results of that hard work.

Yesterday, we had four of our professionals racing in Australia and New Zealand. Kim Schwabenbauer, Michelle Duffield and Kate Bevilaqua were racing Ironman Melbourne and Katie Hursey was racing the ITU World Cup in Plymouth.

For those of you who don’t know Kim, Michelle, Kate and Katie, not only do they work hard, they are also some of the classiest and most professional individuals you’ll ever meet. In the office, we talk about our “Coeur Values” of honesty, integrity, hard work and the desire to make other people’s live better through health and fitness. These women are the absolute embodiment of those values.

Meet Coeur ProTriathlete Kim Schwabenbauer

      Driven by Dreams                       

    Kim Schabenbauer

At Penn State, she attended a home track meet and dreamt about what it would be like to be on the team.  The next year, she was wearing those Division I colors and lining up next to some of the best runners in the country in both track and cross-country.

In 2005, she was introduced to the sport of triathlon at a local YMCA race and dreamt of “going long”. By 2011, she had two Ironman amateur championships under her belt.