Club President: Tony Brown Board Member(s): None Total Membership: 200 Club Dues: $
Club Info: The Black Triathletes Association (BTA) is a national organization that promotes the sport of triathlon within the black community. As an Official Club of USA Triathlon, BTA has the opportunity to compete against other multisport clubs in national challenges. BTA also partners with a variety of race directors, retailers and coaches in an effort to bring value to it?s members performance goals.
We have an online community of over three thousand individuals that participate, support and/or volunteers in multisport activities. The experience level of our members range from first-timers to USAT Elite/Professional athletes. Club Sponsors: http://www.blacktriathlete.org/sponsors-partners/ Club Discounts: http://www.blacktriathlete.org/sponsors-partners/ Directions to Workouts & Meeting Location(s): BTA relies heavily on local resources to guide its members to the best training experience. This ensures all level of athletes can be accommodated regardless of their location. These are examples of clubs and groups for helping you develop your fitness, endurance and race-day performance while having fun.
http://www.blacktriathlete.org/coaching-training/local-resources/ Club Workout Schedule: As a national organization, our members reside in various cities across the country. Check out our member map to see if there are members close to you that you may be able to network and/or train with.
http://www.blacktriathlete.org/coaching-training/local-resources/ Club Meetings & Events Schedule: Contact President Tony Brown for more information
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