Club President: Jennifer Bell Board Member(s): Yes, Their Names - Derek Bell, Jennifer Bell, Keith Burtis, Joe Drees, George Hackford, Heather McIntyre, Joe Pautler, Gary Randolph, Lisa Trapasso, Charlie Watson, & Sharon Winiewicz Total Membership: 550 Club Dues: 25
Club Info: The BTC was founded in January of 1997, in Buffalo, New York, and has been growing ever since. By 2011 we had more than 400 members of various athletic abilities and levels, and by the end of 2013 we had more than 550! The club membership interests represent full & half Ironman, Olympic, Sprint, Duathlon racing and training, as well as members who just enjoy swimming, biking, or running and everything in between.
The goal of the BTC is to promote multisports (triathlon, duathlon, etc), and bring people together for training, racing, and fun! Whether you are a veteran of many races, or someone who is just thinking about trying one, this club is for you! The BTC is open to anyone wishing to join and abide by our club by-laws. We have members of all ages and skill levels, and advanced club members are always eager to help out those that are new to the sport. The BTC is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, and contributes generously to various charities throughout the year. Club Sponsors: Please visit http://www.buffalotriathlonclub.com/about-us/sponsors-discounts Club Discounts: Please visit
http://www.buffalotriathlonclub.com/about-us/sponsors-discounts Directions to Workouts & Meeting Location(s): All information regarding our swims, bricks, meetings, and other events can be found on our web site: http://www.buffalotriathlonclub.com/ Club Workout Schedule: All information regarding our swims, bricks, meetings, and other events can be found on our web site: http://www.buffalotriathlonclub.com/ Club Meetings & Events Schedule: All information regarding our swims, bricks, meetings, and other events can be found on our web site: http://www.buffalotriathlonclub.com/
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