Alexis and Cat interview at the Scope it Out

Link to Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Ma0J1bn2lM

Every year our Triathlon Team participates in a race called the Scope it Out 5k in Washington, DC.  As a team, we dress up in red shirts and red beanie caps that say “Catch the Polyp” in huge white billboard letters.  When we run the race – we are “all over the place” with these billboards in bright red shirts and caps – thanks to the diversity of our team.  Yes we are an adult, group triathlon training program – but we still like to play like children (while also giving back to our community)!

This race brings awareness to the fight against Colon Cancer – and its prevention and early detection.  This 5k was started in part by a Team Zr honoring the memory of her father – and we’ve continued proudly continued the tradition year after year!

Team Z Member Kate Morse, I Tri to Beat MS

From the day I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS), I focused my 
competitive nature on three goals: staying as active as possible; beating MS; 
and finding a cure. More importantly, I want to encourage others living with MS 
to stay active too. Not everyone with MS will complete a triathlon but, if I 
have my way, they’ll be more active.
 
 Each triathlete has his or her own reasons to compete in triathlons. My 
competitive nature is what led me to multisport; I came to the sport after years 
of competitive running in high school and the U.S. Coast Guard Academy. My 
then boyfriend-now-husband had raced bicycles in high school and college and put 
me on my first road bike. Soon swimming followed. I was hooked on multisport. 
Little did I know what my “racecourse” would look like.

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