Club President: Doug Rice Board Member(s): None Total Membership: 750 Club Dues: $15
Club Info: The Sandy Hookers is a Triathlon/Multi-Sport Club, founded by Doug Rice in 1989, to bring like-minded people together. Our idea was to establish a social venue for athletes as well as people interested in multi-sports, to find others to train with. Even though most of our members are from the Monmouth/Ocean County area, we are proud to be one of the oldest and largest triathlon clubs in the country. The Sandy Hookers' members range from some of the most competitive in the area, to beginners new to triathlons, and all levels of athletes who just want to participate and lead a healthy lifestyle. We welcome anyone and everyone.
For over 21 years, the Sandy Hookers has helped thousands of people reach their potential and realize their dreams, and we did it together, as a club, by introducing new people to a sport that in most cases has changed their lives. Club Sponsors: What Our Club Has To Offer
The Sandy Hookers offer the camaraderie of sharing multi-sports with like-minded people. Some things we offer are:
* Triathlon events ranging from casual to competitive races (See our events/race schedule)
* Training ideas posted by other members
* Special seminars, training camps and guest speakers
* Group swims at the YMCA
* Cycling nights at various speeds and several locations
* Indoor speed cycling training
* Training Runs (Seasonal)
* Message Board for members to keep in touch and share information Club Discounts: http://sandyhookers.org/Discounts Directions to Workouts & Meeting Location(s): Please describe how to get to your club's meetings and workouts from your surrounding area. Club Workout Schedule: Please list the schedule of your organized group workouts. Club Meetings & Events Schedule: http://sandyhookers.org/Calendar
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