THERE IS SO MUCH HAPPENING AT TRIOKC!!!!

on, Tue Oct 23, 2012 by, kkillgore1

I wanted to just give everyone a quick summary of everything we have going on this fall.  As we get more information we will pass it on.  Thank you to everyone who raced the Fall Classic and most importantly thank you to Jane and Buzz and all the volunteers!

  • OCTOBER:29th- TRI OKC meeting.  Costume Family Fun Run at Chesepeake Boathouse 6:30pm.Scholarship application due to Kristin Killgore at kkillgore1@yahoo.com. Check out our website and FB for more information.
  • NOVEMBER:7th- Master swim class resumes at OUHSC.  TRI OKC members only pay the guest fee of $8. Class will be at 6pm on Wednesday nights.  Come out and get some coaching and work with fellow triathletes on your swim.26th- TRI OKC meeting.  Location TBD.  We will discuss what is new for 2013 and have a conversation with the board.  This is also our yearly business meeting with board positions being determined for 2013.
  • DECEMBER:7th- TRI OKC Annual Christmas/Holiday party at Schlegel’s Bicycles in downtown OKC.  Time TBD (most likely 6:30).  Please plan on coming and celebrating a great year of racing with us!
  • EXTRA!!!!!!!In April of 2013, San Diego is hosting the Club National Championships.  If you are a 2012 TRIOKC member and sign up for the race (and then actually go out and race), TRI OKC will refund your entry fee as our way of saying “Thanks” for representing us at the Club National Championships.   Registration deadline is November 30th.
    Go to http://sandiego.triathlon.org/agegroup/usat_club_nationals/   for more information about the race.

Thank you,

Kristin Killgore

TRIOKC President 2012

 

 

 


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.


Website designed, coded and maintained by Neill Harmer.
Photography by James A. Randell.