Rocky Mountain Sports: Athlete of the Month Each month Rocky Mountain Sports and Tokyo Joe’s choose an athlete of the month. Local athletes are nominated based on athletic accomplishments, community involvement, and local contributions.  In May of 2009, Will was chosen to receive this award. View Article

Triathlete Magazine ArticleMeet Mr XTERRA – If you’ve done an XTERRA race in this century, watched one of the videos or come across an XTERRA brochure you’ve seen him. With the most famous hairdo in the triathlon world – a radical blue, green, orange, red, purple, aqua, or pink mohawk spiked to the sky – he’s hard to miss… View Article

Inside Triathlon Magazine Article & Map“I want to enlighten everyone that whatever slight inhibitions they may have about off-road racing will be greatly outweighed by the endless satisfaction they find through it,” Kelsay says. “I want to show people that anything is possible. Have fun. Live more.” View Article

Will’s XTERRA Adventure Poster In May 2007, Will set out on a 12 week cross country road trip to race and promote XTERRA triathlons. He covered more than 12,000 miles in 36 states, raced 12 triathlons, and put on 10 triathlon clinics at Fleet Feet stores nationwide. View Article

USA Triathlon Life Magazine Article How do you manage your training when you’re on a three month road trip across the country? For a guy like Will Kelsay the answer is quite obvious, “Hop out of the RV and fit it in when you can.” That could mean pulling over in the middle of the Nevada desert and hitting the run in 110-degree heat or slipping through the back roads of New England for a few hours on the bike. View Article

Interview w/ Endurance Planet Before heading out on his 3 month cross country adventure entitled Will’s XTERRA Adventure, Will spoke with Endurance Planet about his upcoming trip. Endurance Planet offers podcasts, videos, articles, and products to members which provide inspiration and education. Listen

Inside Triathlon Magazine Gear Guide After being crowned Mr XTERRA in 2007, Will was asked by Inside Triathlon Magazine to be the athlete model for their upcoming gear guide. Dusting off the old RV for another public appearance and spiking the mohawk, Will dawned everything XTERRA for one afternoon. Gear Guide

2007 Mr. XTERRA Award 8 Every year XTERRA selects an athlete they feel best personifies the spirit of the sport – the camaraderie, commitment, challenge, discovery, and style that is the essence of the XTERRA lifestyle. This year [2007], there was no doubt, that man was Will Kelsay. View Article

Campus Press Article Senior Will Kelsay dominates Colorado in off-road triathlons – by Chris Mead. Will Kelsay is swimming, peddling and running his way to success. This year will be Kelsay’s fifth as a member of the seven-year reigning national champion CU triathlon team…. Kelsay will travel to Lake Tahoe for the XTERRA Nationals, then he will be on to the XTERRA World Championship in Maui. He said he will compete as an “age grouper,” which is an amateur. Next year, he said, he’ll go as a professional. View Article

Coloradan Magazine ArticleWhile not a single scholarship is given in the sport [of triathlon], triathletes flock to CU to be a part of a winning program. A whopping 130 students are members of the triathlon team, making it among the largest in the country. Some come to the sport never having competed before while other have competed at the NCAA level in one of the triad of sports that make up the event… View Article

The Maui Dynasty Why XTERRA Worlds Rules the Races – You already know Ironman Hawaii – you’ve watched the NBC broadcast, read the athletes’ biographies or been to the Kona championship yourself. And while the Big Island event is big news in the road-racing scene, two weeks later on the more secluded island of Maui is a different kind of world championship a little larger in heart – and a lot more fun. The XTERRA World Championship. View Poster

Inside Triathlon Subscription Card It’s the XTERRA Special! Check out the subscription cards that were in several issues of Inside Triathlon Magazine. Showing off his Rudy Project Horus’, custom Kiwami tri suit, and red mohawk Will was right at home striking a pose for the camera. View Card

Milwaukee Journal After finishing 9th place in the 2006 XTERRA Midwest Championship in Milwaukee, WI, Will gave Janet Clark, President of XTERRA, a big muddy hug. Jack Orton of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel was there to catch the comical embrace on camera. View Article