Ries Robinson is an experienced equestrian show jumper and was a Silver medalist in the US Olympic Festival in 1985 and 1986.
His mountain biking is just as impressive. He competes in an average of 8-9 mountain biking races per year. He has completed the New York City marathon, Albuquerque marathon, as well as many others. In 1995 and 1997 he completed the Canadian Ironman.
Ries also competed in the Survival of Shawangunks in 1996, a self-supported adventure triathlon that included running and swimming multiple times. Competitors are required to run with goggles and swim with their shoes. Distances were 30 mile bike/ 4.5 mile run/ I mile swim/ 5.5 mile run/ .5 mile swim/ 8 mile run/ .5 mile swim/ .7 mile run to the finish.
He has also done Mount Taylor Quadrathlon 9 times and the Leadville Trail 100 mountain bike race 6 times.
Moab Epic Mountain Bike OrienteeringMoab, UT • Oct 15 2016
Team Santa Fe Alumni!!