And there goes 2016,,, Bring on 2017
Well, 2016 is coming to a close and so has our racing season. I hope that everyone had a great Christmas and will bring in the new year with a bang. It’s about that time to start planning races for 2017 (some have already started), work on weaknesses, and begin training for upcoming spring races.
The last few months of the year were busy for some of our team. We even had two world qualifiers! Jamie Jeansonne qualified for the USAT World Long Course Triathlon Championships with her 2nd place Miami Man finish, and Tim Barry qualified for the USAT World Duathon Championship with his AG finish at the Sprint Duathlon Draft Legal World Qualifiers in New Orleans. Be sure to congratulate these two athletes when you see them.
Other team members took on the following races. Pure Awesomeness:
IM Florida 140.6 Finishers, 11/5/2016: Kerry Behrens, Karen St. Germain, Tim Waguespack, Dustin Duval, Corey Brungart, Jimmy Guiberteau, Stan Guidroz, Brad Doucet
USAT Sprint Draft Legal World Qualifer Race, 11/6/2016: Kirk Guilbeau
IM Maryland 140.6 Finishers, 10/7/2016: Mary Hayes
IM Austin 70.3 Finishers, 10/30/2016: James Noriega
Ryan Man 70.3 Finishers, 10/2/2016: Ryan Smith
River Roux 70.3 Finishers, 11/12/2016: Chase Webre, Matt Margaglio, Marcus Marullo, Erika Littell, Sean Landry, Natalie Howard, Alexander Fitz, Patrick Ashley
Also at River Roux 70.3, Summer Mine Marullo and Leslie Reulet-Carrere did the relay with Leslie having the fastest bike split out of the women!
The Tri Cajuns board has been busy planning team events for 2017 to help team members become better athletes. Events being planned are OWS, training classes (Garmin, Injury Prevention, etc.), a spring triathlon camp, and our yearly club meeting. Be sure to check Facebook and the website calendar for these events.
Have fun, be safe, train hard, and we’ll see you soon!