Club President: Jordan McGowen Board Member(s): Yes, Their Names - Chase Beilamowicz, Ryan Lynch, Renee Andersen, Michael Sollee, Scott Wilkinson Total Membership: 89 Club Dues: $75 per year
Club Info: The Texas A&M Triathlon Team was founded in the Fall of 2003 with a membership of just over 10 students. We have grown steadily into one of the largest collegiate triathlon teams in the nation. Members include both undergraduate and graduate students with a love for the sport of triathlon. Our athletes compete all over the United States and at all levels of ability. Some members join the team without ever having raced a triathlon, while others are veterans with Ironman finishes. Whatever your experience, we have the resources to make you better and faster. And most importantly, there's no shortage of good times. We are a recognized student organization on the campus of Texas A&M University, and were awarded the status of Rec Sport team in the Fall of 2007. Club Sponsors: Gu Energy Gel
Blue Seventy Wetsuits
Bay Area Schwinn
Kestrel Bicycles Club Discounts: The club has various discounts offered by our sponsors and some races as well. We will talk about that during our meetings or feel free to send an email for more information. Directions to Workouts & Meeting Location(s): We usually meet outside the Rec but check the website for the most up to date schedule and directions. Club Workout Schedule: The most updated workout schedule can be found on the website. Club Meetings & Events Schedule: Twice a month in the Rec.
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