Club President: AJ Lawson Board Member(s): Yes, Their Names - Listed here: http://www.triclubsandiego.org/contact/ Total Membership: 3000 Club Dues: $75/ year individuals, $60 Military, $45 under 18
Club Info: The Triathlon Club of San Diego is one of the oldest and largest triathlon clubs in the country. Our club members reside primarily in San Diego and Southern Orange County but we also have many international members from Canada, Japan, and Australia. Our members’ experience level ranges from first timer to professional. The Club is here to support all levels of triathletes by offering training sessions, organized races, coached clinics, monthly meetings, social activities and more. Club Sponsors: http://www.triclubsandiego.org/market/sponsors Club Discounts: The Triathlon Club of San Diego has negotiated discounts from a growing list of sponsors. Discounts are available on race entry fees and at local suppliers of bikes and accessories, nutrition, apparel, running shoes, swim gear, sports rentals, restaurants, car Services and more. Directions to Workouts & Meeting Location(s): See http://www.triclubsandiego.org/ and listed on FB page:
http://triclubsandiego.com/index.php?option=com_jevents&task=month.calendar&Itemid=220 Club Workout Schedule: The club offers Ironman training & coaching programs, beginner training & coaching programs, bike maintenance courses, swim programs, bike coaching, run coaching, surf entry clinics and more. The club also offers access to professional trainers and multi-sport clinics for athletes of all levels.
http://www.triclubsandiego.org/ Club Meetings & Events Schedule: The Triathlon Club of San Diego holds monthly meetings at Road Runner Sports in San Diego. All are welcome to attend. Previous speakers have included Peter Reid, Lori Bowden, Tim De Boom, Dave Scott, Mark Allen, Scott Tinley, Michellie Jones, Paula Newby-Fraser, Greg Welch, Heather Fuhr, Joanna Zeiger, Dan Empfield, Rock Frey, Bob Babbitt, Paul Huddle, and Nicole De Boom - just to name a few.
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