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Long Island Gold Coast Triathlon

Sprint Triathlon in Port Washington, Long Island

The Long Island Gold Coast Triathlon & Relay consists of a 1/2 mile swim, a 12 mile bike, and a 3.1 mile run. The swim is point - to - point from Bar Beach to Hempstead Harbor Park, two loops along West Shore Road, and a scenic run through both parks.

The Duathlon eliminates the swim portion of the event and will be a 3.1 mile run/12 mile bike/3.1 mile run.  There is also a relay entry.

Sunday, June 18, 2006 

SLB Coaching will be conducting a monthly Triathlon clinic beginning in January.

We will also conduct a 2 day Open Water & Transition Clinc on June 5 & 6 at Bar Beach


Triathletes of the Dead Runners Society
This sub-list of DRS was started in 1994 after some badgering of the main DRS List Guy (Chris Conn) by one very persistent woman. Loreen Kail (rhymes with Smile) got her wish and Chris added this sub-list in the summer of 1994. Other than that we are a small group by comparison to the main DRS list and keep our topics mostly to the multi-sport events. This site is dedicated to the memory of Loreen Kail.

Thom Peters took care of the website and list from the winter of 1997 to the fall of 1999. He now 'only' takes care of the list. A million thanks go out to him for his hard work and dedication to the list! Any questions about the list should be directed to: tri-drs-request@listserv.dartmouth.edu. You can also use this email address to send messages to Thom to tell him how wonderful he is. *hint*

The current web geek for tri-drs.org is Emma. You should contact her if you have any suggestions or problems about the website. (Or you could just email her and tell her nice things. She won't mind. *grin*)


USA Triathlon (USAT)

USA Triathlon is the national governing body for the multi-sport disciplines of triathlon, duathlon, aquathlon and winter triathlon in the United States. USA Triathlon is a member federation of the U. S. Olympic Committee and the International Triathlon Union.

USA Triathlon coordinates and sanctions grass-roots and elite multi-sport events across the country and works to create interest and participation in those programs.

USA Triathlon’s 40,000-strong membership is comprised of athletes of all ages, coaches, officials, parents and fans striving together to strengthen multi-sport.

On the elite level, USA Triathlon is responsible for the selection and training of teams to represent the United States in international competition, including the world championships, Pan Am Games and Olympic Games. It conducts national camps and clinics and provides coaching education programs.

On the developmental level, USA Triathlon fosters grass-roots expansion of the sport, which is facilitated by the sanctioning of age-group events and triathlon clubs. National and regional championships are held for triathletes from junior to senior age divisions.

In 2001, USA Triathlon opened the USA Triathlon National Training Center in Clermont, Fla., in conjunction with the Orlando Regional Hospital System. The training center is home to USAT's developmental department and hosts camps, clinics and elite athletes who wish to train in sunny weather.

USA Triathlon’s mission is to provide leadership and structure for the growth and development of excellence in multi-sports. The organization’s vision is to be the “gold standard” for triathlon worldwide. USA Triathlon will inspire fitness as a healthy lifestyle, create a culture for excellence in leadership and competition and be a world leader in the sport.


EnduranceRadio

EnduranceRadio.com  features audio programs and interviews with endurance athletes and coaches of all levels. We interview triathletes, marathoners and adventure racers about training, nutrition and racing experiences. Tune in today and learn how you can improve your endurance and speed by listening to athletes just like you talk about what works for them.


International Triathlon Union (ITU)

Triathlon was invented in the early 1970s by the San Diego Track club, as an alternative workout to the rigors of track training. The club’s first event consisted of a 10km run, an 8km cycle and a 500 metre swim.

In 1989, the International Triathlon Union (ITU) was founded in Avignon, France and the first official world championships were held.

The official distance for triathlon was set at a 1.5 km swim, a 40km cycle and a 10km run ­ taking from existing events in each discipline already on the Olympic programme.

This standard distance, now called ‘Olympic Distance’ is used for the ITU World Cup series and the Olympic Games.

In 1994, at the IOC Congress in Paris, France, triathlon was awarded full medal status on the Olympic programme and made it’s debut at the 2000 summer games in Sydney, Australia. The women’s event took place on the first day with the men competing on day two.

ITU now has over a hundred affiliated national federations around the world.

The president: ITU's current and founding president is Les McDonald from Canada. Les was a competitive age-group triathlete as well as a mountain climber, skier and semi-professional soccer player.

The Executive Board of ITU has 4 table officers and 7 board members

Each Region of ITU is represented on its Executive Board


Ironman North America

Organizers of Ironman events in North America: IM USA Lake Placid, California Half IM, IM Canada, IM Florida, St. Croix Half IM, IM USA Coeur d'Alene, Florida Half IM, IM Wisconsin.  These events usually fill the day after the event is held!


Tri Find

The most complete listing of triathlons.


New York Triathlon Club (NYTC)

The NEW YORK TRIATHLON CLUB (NYTC) has embarked on its 20th year of organizing multi-sport events. During this period we have worked hard to produce the best value in multi-sport events available to athletes in the Tri-State area. To date we have organized over 400 events that drew approximately 60,000 competitors, many of them first timers to multi-sport competition. No other organization in the country has produced a more extensive and varied list of events. Our organizational expertise and safety record are known and respected nationwide.

The New York Triathlon Club is a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to developing the sport of triathlon and related multi-sport events for racing, physical fitness and recreation. Our membership includes novice to seasoned athletes from throughout the Tri-state (New York, New Jersey, Connecticut) area. Emphasis is placed on amateur competition. Established in 1983, the NYTC has grown to be the largest club of its kind in the country. Proceeds from races and membership fees are used to support and develop the innovative year-round programs and top quality events that distinguish the NYTC.




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