Hello. My name is Charles
All I Am Is What I Am Going For
Sponsor me today and see how easy it is to get exposure with an Elite Amateur Triathlete, Duathlete and Runner.
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7 X US World Championship Team Member
6 X US Triathlon All American
2017 ITU Draft Legal Triathlon World Qualifier Champion
2 X D1 XC & Track & Field All-American
3 X D1 Big Eight Conference Champion
1984 - 3200 Meter Colorado State Champion
Every year I structure my race schedule to focus on the top Colorado, National and World Championship events in Triathlon and Duathlon. Due to the rapidly evolving Covid 19 global pandemic most races have been postponed or cancelled. Hopefully we will return to racing in 2021.
Why Sponsor Me?
Working in the sports marketing and event management industries gave me the knowledge and insight to strategically promote brand awareness and effectively utilize sponsorship to garner profitable exposure.
In addition to being a highly competitive athlete for most of my life, I’m also firmly dedicated to a career as an elite amateur Triathlete, Duathlete and Runner.
Training, competing, and promoting are what I do best and you can be certain I will be worth the investment as a sponsor to create positive exposure and extraordinary social media buzz for your business or product.
Results | Race Schedule
ITU Draft Legal DU NAT Champs Tuscaloosa, AL
Lookout Mountain Sprint, Golden, CO
Lake to Lake Sprint Loveland, CO
Evergreen Sprint Evergreen, CO
USTAF Masters Track Nationals, Ames, IA
Steamboat Sprint Triathlon Steamboat, CO
Little Foot Sprint Morrison, CO
ITU AG Sprint World Champs Bermuda
ITU Draft Legal TRI NAT's Tempe, AZ
USATF Club XC NAT Champs Tallahassee, FL2021
Road Rage Duathlon St. George, UT | 1ST
Lookout Mountain Sprint Golden, CO | 2ND
Little Foot Sprint Morrison, CO | 1ST2020
Lake to Lake Sprint Loveland, CO | 2nd
Evergreen Sprint Evergreen, CO | 1ST
Evergreen Town Race 5k Evergreen, CO | 2nd
AvonFest Sprint Avon, CO | 1St
ITU Draft Legal TRI NAT's Tempe, AZ | 7th2019
Little Foot Sprint Morrison, CO | 1ST
ITU Draft Legal TRI NAT's Sarasota, FL | 2nd2018
Summer Open Sprint Longmont, CO | 1ST
Colorado Sprint Boulder, CO | 2nd
Loookout Mountain Sprint Golden, CO | 1ST
Lake to Lake Sprint Loveland, CO | 1ST
US National Champ's Omaha, NE | 14th
ITU Draft Legal World Champs Rotterdam, Netherlands | 41ST
ITU Draft Legal NAT Champ's Sarasota, FL | 1st2017
Charles Trujillo has come a long way from being a pool rat, riding his Big Wheel, and outrunning the neighborhood bully! He began his running career by setting the 1984 Colorado State record at Northglenn High School in the two-mile event. Following that early success, Trujillo was awarded a full-running scholarship to the University of Colorado, Boulder in 1984. At CU he won three Big Eight titles and earned three NCAA D1 All-American Certificates. After graduating from CU, Trujillo coached track and field at CU before racing professionally for six years on team Reebok. During that time he joined two US world teams, finishing 11th overall at the Junior World Cross Country Championships in Portugal, and competing in the World Half Marathon Championships in Oslo, Sweden.
After training in Mexico for three months prior to the 1998 Boston Marathon, at the age of 33, Trujillo decided to retire from competitive running. Over the years his body had gotten pretty banged up and he no longer could manage the training required to be competitive in long distances. Two knee surgeries during his college career did not help. In short, Trujillo was burned out and getting whupped in races! So he stepped away from the sport and competing in general. By 2010, Trujillo felt that 12 years away from competitive running had actually helped his body recover from all those years of hard-core training and racing. It has taken more than two years to get back into top racing form, but the hard work has paid off. After turning 45 in 2011, Trujillo decided to resurrect his athletic career, but now as a triathlete.
After only eight races in his first triathlon season in 2011, he realized that he could still lay the hammer down! Competing as a true master’s division amateur has brought him a great deal of personal satisfaction, and regularly beating fast guys half his age feels pretty good too. His first place finish overall at the Denver Sprint Triathlon and a fourth place in LA in 2011 persuaded him to set his sights even higher moving forward.
He now plans to train and race with a vengeance, with the goal of dominating his age group and being a serious overall podium threat at every race he enters. In fact, from 2011 to 2019, he logged over 35 AG podium victories, and in 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 he earned USTF All American status.