Club President: Colin Cook Board Member(s): Yes, Their Names - Colin Cook, Jay Fancis, Chad Quinlan, Nathaniel Thomas, Glen Lord, Fred Daniels Total Membership: 50 Club Dues: $30/year
Club Info: NorthEast MultiSport (NEMS) is a USAT registered triathlon club headquartered in Nashua, New Hampshire with members throughout New England. We currently have active groups in both the Nashua, NH and Boston, MA regions.
Our mission is to provide multisport athletes with the education and resources needed to increase their enjoyment of and performance in multisport events (triathlon, duathlon, etc.).
Members should be committed to participating in multisport events and towards bettering themselves on and off the course. We have no speed, age, or experience requirements. Members are only asked to train hard, race harder, and support their teammates harder still.
NEMS is comprised of first time sprint distance triathletes, experienced triathletes, mountain bike racers, marathoners, Ironmen, and everything in between. Club Sponsors: Goodales Bike Shop, Landry's Bicycles, Runner's Alley, Peak Triathlon Coaching, FXD Coaching, Bigelow Chiropractic, Sites And Signs, Rudy Project, Xterra Wetsuits. Club Discounts: Most sponsors offer a 10% discount or more to our members. Please see the Sponsors page of our website for more details. Directions to Workouts & Meeting Location(s): Our Workouts and meetings have various locations. We often meet at the Nashua YMCA for monthly club meetings, however, we also have them at sponsors locations like Goodales Bike Shop. Our training workouts also meet at these locations as well as other places in the area depending on the type of workout. Club Workout Schedule: Our group workouts vary quite a bit, but we try to have at least 1 swim, bike, and run group workout per week, weather permitting. Club Meetings & Events Schedule: We typically have a club meeting every month. Please see our club calendar on our website for more information.
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