Need to get your racing fix on? Two options are available. The 16th Annual Huntington Tri/Du in Bay Village is presented by CTC Olympic Sponsor Liquid Lifestyles. This is a great race for newbies with a all distances being in the sprint category. Bring the family and enjoy a day at the beach.
TheCleveland Triathlon is also this weekend in downtown Cleveland. Participate or spectate this race draws a big crowd and this year professional triathlete AJ Baucco will be racing.
CTC Sponsors Liquid Lifestyles and Fleet Feet have created a unique event on Monday July 27th for all Cleveland area athletes.
The evening starts at 6:30 with the Liquid Lifestyle Open Water Clinic lead by area professional triathletes James LaMastra and AJ Baucco. All ability levels will learn from seasoned athletes who are at the top of their sport with immense experience. Standard pricing of $20 per person applies.
For those not interested in the Clinic the regular Open Water Swim is still scheduled.
Fleet Feet has teamed up with Roka Wetsuits to provide demo equipment. Can't decide about getting a wetsuit? This is the perfect chance to have the experts fit you into the correct size and try it out.
After all of the swimming is over, approximately 7:45, AJ Baucco will give a FREE talk about being ready for race day. His seminar, "Race Execution: How to Get the Most out of Race Day" will cover a variety of topics and include a Q&A session. Come prepared to listen and ask questions.
The 4th of July weekend At-Home-Tri Camp was a fantastic opportunity to train with friends. Emeraldman had around 60 people in attendance for all or part of the days activities. The Bay Days 5 Miler had a smaller but enthusiastic crew ride - run and ride some more. Natalie's picnic drew a crowd that rode some hills and ran some trails. A busier weekend could not be found.
One week later CTC invaded Geneva, NY for the Musselman Triathlon. This unique, grassroots triathlon weekend is a favorite within the triathlon community. Thirty Cleveland triathletes participated in the Half distance triathlon, or aquabike. A few crazies, 14 in all, took the DoubleMussel challenge by racing a sprint tri on Saturday followed by the Half on Sunday. The weekend had a home town feel. Not only because Geneva is a great small town, but with so many CTC friends in attendance it felt like we were racing back home.
Sorry it took so long but hey....everyone else is training and the webmaster can't be left behind. Check out the long list of training options on the Training Opportunities Page.
The quarterly Tri Bug is now available for your reading pleasure. You should also be getting to know the members of the club with the monthly member profiles.....like this months CTC newbie Tariq Ali. Check out the latest club information---------->>>>>>>>>>
Please note the training schedule is constantly changing just like the weather in Cleveland. A full schedule is available on theTraining & Racing Page. Continue to monitor theClub's Facebook page for event details.
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