Club President: Ryan Morris Board Member(s): Yes, Their Names - Total Membership: 25 Club Dues: $30
Club Info: The Ball State University Triathlon Club (BSUTC) is a dedicated group of individuals who have an interest in multisport activities. We compete in
triathlons in order to stay healthy and lead balanced lives. The BSUTC is a newly formed club at Ball State. We have high hopes for the club and have drawn great interest from students, faculty and staff.
The club consists of members ranging from beginners who are looking to compete in their first triathlon, to experienced members who have competed in half‐ and full‐Ironman distance races. As a team we motivate each other
through friendly competition, encourage greater achievement on the part of
each individual and act as a source for those wanting to enter the sport of
triathlon. We want to improve our outreach to individuals who are interested in
triathlon and we want to make an impact in the sport.
For the upcoming 2010 season there are many goals we hope to accomplish. One of those goals being competing as a team against other collegiate triathlon clubs in the Midwest Collegiate Triathlon Conference. One of our long term goals is hosting our own triathlon. Club Sponsors: Muncie Multi-Sport, Inc.,
Greenway 500 Bike Shop,
AeroCat High Performance Bicycles,
the Runners Forum,
Atlas Collections Club Discounts: Some of our sponsors offer club discounts. Directions to Workouts & Meeting Location(s): Please see our training calendar on our website. Club Workout Schedule: Please see our training calendar on our website. Club Meetings & Events Schedule: Please see our website.
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