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Archive for the ‘Triathletes Around Town’ Category
Author: Tor Christensen
Author: Cynthia Steele
Cynthia is a working mom of three little kids, who is obsessed with triathlons in her spare time. She lost 50 pounds through running, triathlon, and healthy eating, and achieved a longtime goal of doing a triathlon by age 40. She was instantly hooked and is looking forward to Nation’s in September! Cynthia is a member Read More
Author: Events DC Nation's Triathlon
65-year-old Arlington resident has been a triathlete since 1985 and hooked on triathlons ever since Donald (Don) A. Hodgen’s first triathlon was the Richmond Sprint Triathlon in 1985. And since then, he has raced over 125 triathlons. He was hook on triathlons after his first race. On September 13, 2015, Don will be participating in Read More
Author: Dustin Renwick
This year marks the 10th anniversary for the Events DC Nation’s Triathlon, and in the spirit of anniversaries, we writing a series of posts with fun facts about Washington, D.C. With the month of May comes commencement ceremonies for the numerous universities in the DC metro region.
Author: Bike Rack Multisport Team
This month we are introducing you to the Bike Rack Multisport Team, a team we have enjoyed working with for many years as our Bike Course Marshals and last year hosted our first, very popular, race weekend Transition Clinic.
Author: Claudia Esjaita
I love sports, I love traveling, I love challenging myself and trying new things, and I love DC, why wouldn’t I want to go back?! The Nation’s Tri is a no-brainer ! — Claudia Esjaita, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Author: Baltimore Area Triathlon Club
Calling all triathletes in the Baltimore area! We want to introduce you to the Baltimore Area Triathlon Club.
Author: Matt Howard
Every athlete who has made the commitment to race, trained, toed the line and put themselves on the course deserves nothing less than outstanding support. When you volunteer, you have a tangible and direct impact on every athlete you interact with, and therefore have an opportunity to help them achieve their goals.
Author: Chrissy Balz
You know the promise of outdoor training is just around the corner, but the frigid temperatures and arctic blasts keep reminding you that it’s just not here yet…
Author: Erin Stephens
Last year, the Events DC Nation’s Triathlon launched the 50 States Campaign. The purpose of the campaign was to select a representative from each state and the District of Columbia to receive VIP treatment race weekend. The perks included a private tour of the Capitol, complimentary entry into either the Olympic or Sprint race entry, and VIP Hospitality on Race Day.
Today, we are sharing one winner’s story, Hawaii Representative Erin Stephens, and her experience during race weekend.