Blueseventy Racing

Past Races

09/17/2022 IRONMAN 70.3 Washington
06/26/2022 IRONMAN 70.3 Coeur d'Alene 6:37:36
12/12/2021 The 12k's of Christmas
11/25/2021 Mukilteo Turkey Trot 7th in age group
09/18/2021 9/11 Hero's 5K Ruck 5th Overall
06/19/2021 Evergreen Half Marathon 2:06:49
03/28/2021 Everett Half Marathon 1:59:21
05/31/2020 PDX Triathlon at Blue Lake Men's 2nd Overall

Dan Vogel

Snohomish, Washington

Main FocusTriathlon
Bucket List RaceChallenge Roth, Ironman 70.3 Puerto Rico & I think Dirty Kanza would be fun
Post-Race DrinkCoke Classic Real sugar then Beer

I was born and raised in Seattle, Washington. I still live in the wonderful Pacific Northwest, just northeast of Seattle in Snohomish. I have always been a bicyclist, some of my oldest and best memories are on a bike. I started competing in Cross Country & Track in 6th grade and continued through High School. After high school my focus shifted from competitive running to overall fitness and I became somewhat of a gym rat.

After having several personal trainers through out the years tell me I should do a triathlon I finally did. At the local YMCA I belong to there is a Triathlon Club that trains Sunday mornings indoors and I thought would be a great way to cross train during the winter, so that's what finally got me to try triathlons. Well after the first 6 week training session of that I was hooked. Now myself and one other volunteer run the YMCA Triathlon Club and all of my strength training is geared towards triathlons.

I still consider myself a relatively new triathlete, going into my 6th year. However I have been fascinated by the sport for as long as I can remember. As a kid watching the Ironman race in Kona I remember thinking the athletes were these crazy bad ass endurance athletes, well now I know that's true.

I had had a goal of finishing a full Ironman and getting my 70.3 time under 6 hours by now but I have had some medical issues over the last few years that always seem to set me back. I know that's not an excuse, it's fuel for the fire.