National Championship Aquathlon on Oct 5!

on, Tue Sep 30, 2014 by, rt66.rd

The 2014 USA Triathlon National Championships season comes to a close this Sunday with the Aquathlon National Championships, held in conjunction with the El Reno Route 66 Aquathlon at Lake El Reno in El Reno, Oklahoma.

More than 300 athletes ages 13-80 will descend on El Reno on Sunday, Oct. 5, hailing from 34 states to compete for national titles on the 1,500-meter swim, 10-kilometer run course. Visit triokc.org for more information on the championship event. More details on the multisport discipline of aquathlon can be found at usatriathlon.org.
Eight athletes will be seeking to defend the national titles they won last year in Canton, North Carolina, including:
• Grace Morris (17&Under, Clayton, Mo.)
• Jenny deHart (35-39, Lexington, Va.)
• Pieter deHart (35-39, Lexington, Va.)
• Andrew Farrell (40-44, Orlando, Fla.)
• Katie McCully (45-49, Eastham, Mass.)
• Gale Moore (55-59, Columbia, Tenn.)
• Marc Mone (55-59, Murrieta, Calif.)
• King Yaeger (65-69, Washington, Mich.)
Additionally, seven athletes on the start list recently won medals at the ITU Aquathlon World Championships, held Aug. 27 in Edmonton, Alberta. Fiona Bayly (45-49, New York, N.Y.) and Donald Ardell (75-79, St. Petersburg, Fla.) captured world titles at the event. Don Nelson (75-79, Tulsa, Okla.) picked up a silver medal, and Andrea Nunez-Smith (20-24, Austin, Texas), J. deHart, P. deHart and McCully earned bronze.
In addition to chasing national titles, athletes also will be competing for spots on Team USA for the 2015 ITU Aquathlon World Championships in Chicago during the week of Sept. 15-20. The top 20 finishers in each age group, rolling down to 25th place, will be eligible for a Team USA berth. Team USA is comprised of amateur athletes who represent the United States at each ITU World Championship event. Visit usatriathlon.org/teamusa for more on Team USA and chicago.triathlon.org for details on next year’s ITU World Triathlon Grand Final and World Championships.

Redman Triathlon Commeth

on, Mon Sep 8, 2014 by, rt66.rd

Now comes the hard part whether you’re doing the half, full, or aquabike. THE TAPER!! Be smart! The long training rides and/or runs should be behind you as you approach race days those workout become shorter and less intense. Good luck to those racing on September 20th, and THANK YOU to ALL the gracious volunteers donating your personal time to make this event a success. Happy Birthday #10 Redman!!!

Arcadia Tri (Course Change)

on, Fri Aug 1, 2014 by, rt66.rd

At this point it sure looks like the bike course will need to be rerouted due to construction on 33rd St. Bike Course will still be 20miles. A quick walk through. Out Edmond Park; east on 2nd/Rt 66 to Post Rd; right on Post head south to 15th St; turn left and head east on 15th to Hiawausee; right on Hiawausee and head south to 33rd St; right on 33rd St and head west to Anderson Rd. TURNAROUND and head east back to Hiawausee. Left on Hiawausee and go north to Deep Fork Tree Farm driveway…. about a 1/2 mile past 2nd St; TURNAROUND and head south back to 15th St; Right on 15th and head back to Post; Right on Post and go to 2nd/Rt 66; left on 2nd/Rt 66 and return to Edmond Park (Midwest Blvd). 2nd St will be coned to a one lane road…but bike traffic should be only going in one direction on the out route and on the return route.

Swim Training

Pool Locations:

Bike Training

  • Tue - 405 Bicycles, 310-2453 for details
  • Thur - Schlegel’s, 232-4040 for details
  • Sat - 405 Bicycles, 310-2453 for details
  • Sun - Schlegel’s, 232-4040 for details

All Local YMCA’s have spin classes thru out the week. See schedules for date and time.


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