LANCE PANIGUTTI: Co-Founder of Without Limits Productions, has been competing at the highest level of triathlon for over 14 years, racing domestically and internationally as an ITU level Pro. Lance's passion for event production came during his college years while working as an ocean lifeguard at Compo Beach (Westport, CT). "I use to create rescue relays, Ironguard/rescue challenge, and things everyone else thought couldn't be done! My only regret is never rescue boarding across Long Island Sound."
When I came back to the sport post 2005 and started racing professionally around the world, I'd come home to the local Colorado scene and realized something was missing. That same affordable, professionaly executed, but welcoming race feel that I experienced growing up was no where to be found.
With my older brother, and co-founder Tony, I was able to take the same creative mentality from my Summer college days and realized every race is a piece of art. "You can shape and mold it any way you'd like, but what it comes down to in the end is giving people something they've never seen before. It's all about giving the athletes something that will test their sense of challenge, awaken their competitive spirit, and change their lifestyle in a positive light. No two races, pieces of art, or two experiences are ever the same, so it's about giving that WOW factor each and every time out!"
TONY PANIGUTTI: Co-Founder of Without Limits Productions has been involved in endurance sports for over 20 years. Participating in sports from an early age, and most recently taking that passion to race directing. Coming from a swimming background growing up, Tony competed in his first triathlon in 1996, The Hyannis Sprint Triathlon on Cape Cod, where he was instantly hooked the second he got a glimpse of the finish line. Since that first triathlon Tony has competed in various distances ranging from local sprints, half iron distance races, to national championships. While triathlons are his main focus, that doesn't stop him from cycling races, running events, skiing, mountain biking, and many other athletic pursuits. You're as likely to see him standing next to you at the starting line of your local race as you are holding the bullhorn at a Without Limits Event.
"It was such an incredible feeling to finish my first triathlon that I can remember it so vividly 14 years later. To organize events and see others achieve their goals and dreams is what race directing is all about."
Barry Lee (Community Relations and Cycling Race Director): Barry was the co-director/ manager with Austin Parks and Recreation for over ten years providing youth development cycling programs for minority and at risk kids for mountain bike including trips to Colorado. This included spin classes at Pure Austin Fitness and visits to Austin bike shops.
Founder and Director for Texas School for the Blind weekly youth spin class at Pure Austin Fitness Center, for 20 kids, for over six years. This included tandem rides and preparation to lead kids up to a tandem race for 20k at Pace Bend Road Race.
In his spare time he's passionaite about volunteering for rides, providing donated cycling clothing, equipment, polar bottles, food from sponsors to Casey Middle School Trips For Kids Bike Club, for the last three years.
Barry created and was race director for the AT&T Austin Downtown Professional NRC (National Race Calendar) USA Crit Series event, for six years. This was held in center of downtown Austin partnering with AMLI Development, AT&T and the City of Austin. He also created and managed as race director the number #1 road race in Texas, the Pace Bend Road Race, on Lake Travis, outside Austin, Texas with over 700 racers. This race is still the top in attendance for the state and Boulder awards were taken down this year for podium winners. Before leaving Austin for Boulder Barry founded and managed weekly Austin Crit series at four different locations including the current "The Driveway Crit Series" the #1 weekly Crit series in the US, with over 350 per week today by Holland Racing.