Given to Tri

Hello, there.

Me, running on a dirt path, with the Mill Avenue Bridge in Tempe in the background. I'm wearing a black running hat backwards, gold sunglasses, black tri suit, and orange shoes.

If anyone had told me at any point in my life that I would get seriously into triathlons in my forties, I probably would have died laughing. Like many, I got into Peloton classes in 2020, and let’s just say things escalated quickly from there.

My name is Guillermo Esteves. I’m a Venezuelan-American age-group triathlete based in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, in the heart of Grand Teton National Park. Although I am a beginner, I enjoy sharing what I learn during my training and races, passing it forward like many others have done for me along the way. Given to Tri is my triathlon blog, where I do exactly that. With multiple races of various distances scheduled over the coming months, I intend to continue swimming, cycling, and running for many years to come. I hope you’ll come along for the ride.

Activities 27 In the past month
Swimming 🥲 0 meters
Cycling 891.9 kilometers
Running 99.6 kilometers

Recent Articles

I’m currently in Jackson Hole, Wyoming It’s cloudy, with a temperature of 20ºC, which feels like 18ºC The air quality is good, with an AQI of 20 Today’s forecast is cloudy, with a high of 20ºC and a low of 5ºC Sunset will be at 7:05 PM It’s a good day to train outside!

Upcoming Races

  1. Ironman 70.3 Boulder

    After skipping this year’s race, I’m going back to the Flatirons to see what the new course is all about.