Team Z Featured in “Active Life DC”
Link to original article here: http://www.activelifedc.com/triathlon/featured-club-team-z-triathlon-training/111820 In this edition of our Featured Club segment, we turn our attention to Team Z, a triathlon training club that holds workouts throughout the VA/DC/MD area.
Dropping into Grannies post 1
Triathlon is hard.
Just working out some thoughts – I wanted to share with the team.
I just wanted to share some of thoughts on triathlon and your participation on Team Z, how expensive this sport could be, and pressure some of you may feel to enter events (Ironman is included, but even 5k’s and 10k’s).
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…
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…
Ryan Pettengill, Sarahâ€™s Slams
Link to Article: http://triathlon.competitor.com/2011/12/training/saras-slam-should-you-always-race-in-a-wetsuit_45088 The buoyancy of a wetsuit is a beautiful thing for weaker swimmers, but whether donning neoprene all the time is a good idea is up for debate. We’ll let Sara McLarty take it away with this month’s challenger, Ryan Pettingill, a coach with Washington, D.C.’s Team Z. Sara: Just because a…
Competitor Magazine article by Jene Shaw
Link to Article: http://triathlon.competitor.com/2011/03/news/road-trippin’-day-2-d-c-trail-run-and-yoga-and-swim-oh-my_23879 Follow Triathlete magazine Senior Editor JenÃ© Shaw as she drives cross-country in search of cool triathletes and interesting triathlon-related stuff throughout the nation. Click here to read past Road Trippin’ Triathlete articles. 9 a.m. D.C. Tri Club President Steve Carlson met me for a trail run in Rock Creek Park,…
Chris Wren in Tri DC
As a fellow member of Team Z, I have known Chris for a few years. The first thing you learn about Chris is what a great guy he is. That is, for as long as you can keep up with him, which isn’t very long. Chris can beat just about anyone on the team at…
Team Z Athletes In the Newz – they Hike Kiliminjaro
Link to Article: http://triathlon.competitor.com/2012/06/features/get-inspired-triathletes-hike-mt-kilimanjaro-raise-20000-for-orphans_54815 Our sport attracts a wealth of impressive age-group athletes with stories that remind us to keep moving when things get tough. Whether it’s bouncing back from a crash or helping others through triathlon, we’ll share some of our favorite stories here. Have your own story to tell? Email us at Shareyourstory@competitorgroup.com….
Triathlete Magazine Club Profile Circa 2006
This is a blast from our past – our first post in the main stream – we were only 110 athletes then. We just wanted to save this article for posterity as we continue to evolve as an organization This article from 2006/2007.
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