Club President: Evan Walsh Board Member(s): Yes, Their Names - http://www.ncstatetri.com/about-the-team Total Membership: 25 Club Dues: $30 first semester/$110 semester after
Club Info: The NC State Triathlon Club, which is affiliated with USA Triathlon and the Mid-Atlantic Collegiate Triathlon Conference (MACTC), aims to promote the sport of triathlon with NC State students while providing a supporting network of people for training and racing triathlons. The club provides resources and coaching for a wide variety of athletes. Many members join before they have ever completed a triathlon and others are season veterans that have completed ironman distance races. The main goal of the club is to have fun while promoting a healthy lifestyle. Club practices are held throughout the week in each of the three sports. The club competes in individual races in the Setup Event Series and FS Series races in North Carolina and numerous out of state triathlons including Collegiate Nationals. Club Sponsors: http://www.ncstatetri.com/team-sponsors Club Discounts: Listed here. Please support our team partners!
http://www.ncstatetri.com/team-sponsors Directions to Workouts & Meeting Location(s): All practices start or are located near NC State campus. Swim practices are held at Carmichael Gym.
Updates here and on our FB page
http://www.ncstatetri.com/about-the-team Club Workout Schedule: Monday: "Strength" Run - Plyometrics and running.
Tuesday: 6am Spin Class
Wednesday: Swim Practice at 8pm.
Saturday: Optional Long run and Swim Practice.
Sunday: Group Bike rides.
Practices are setup through an email list that only members can use. Club members can email the entire club to schedule different workouts other than official practices. Club Meetings & Events Schedule: Email President for more information.
Club is reserved for Students and recent alumni of NC State University.
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