CU Tri Team


HOW TO REGISTER:

  • Online
  • Race-Day registration in Balch Field House, 7:00-8:15 am

REGISTRATION FEE:


- $20 ($15 Students)   
- $25 ($20 Students)   
- $30 ($25 Students) Race Day

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December 1 - February 17
February 18 - February 22          
February 23
**$3 OFF each entry on teams of 10+ (Must send in all entries together in one envelope)

RACE DATE:

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23th, 2014 
RACE STARTS at 8:30 am


CHIP/PACKET PICK-UP and RACE DAY REGISTRATION:

7:00 - 8:15 am through the south doors of the field house near the ralphie statue.

 

AGE GROUPS (MEN AND WOMEN):

1-15, 16-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-and older, Male/Female overall.

*Awards will be given 3 deep in each division. 
*There may also be an Elite, Greek division, and/or Walkers.


 

T-SHIRTS:

This year we will be using gloves instead of T-shirts because lets be honest who really needs another T-shirt? These gloves will be awesome! You don't want to miss out on this oportunity get a pair.

 



 

PARKING:

Parking is FREE! Use the Engineering Lot located at the Sout-East corner of Regent Dr. and Colorado Ave. Click Here for a map.

Note: If you part in the lot next to Duane physics you MUST pay using the kiosk in the lot or you will get ticketed.

 



 

AWARDS:

Prizes will be awarded to top 3 males and females. The awards ceremony and raffle drawing will begin at 10:00 am and will last about 20 minutes.

 



ABOUT THE CU TRI TEAM:

The CU Triathlon Team is a diverse, non-profit student group at the University of Colorado. Currently, our team is comprised of 120 members - and counting - who represent an extremely wide range of abilities and experience levels. Last year, the CU Triathlon team sent the top 24 members (12 males and 12 females) to the USA Triathlon Collegiate National Championship in Tuscaloosa, AL. Where the team won its' 13th national championship title.

Although the CU Triathlon Team's impressive performance seems to dominate our resume, team camaraderie and community outreach remain large components of our activity. We volunteer at many local races and events. Most notably, CU Triathlon team organizes and runs the Buffer Buffalo 5k running series, and, of course, our annual Frozen Foot 5K. We also, staff the "Bikini Bike Wash" aid station on the Boulder 70.3 Triathlon along with other aid stations in local races.

The team is completely managed by a core group of CU student officers. At team workouts and competitions, students encourage and support each other. Team camaraderie and bonding are extremely important elements of the team and contribute to the team's steady increase in membership. From the annual Scavathlon, a Boulder-wide scavenger hunt on bike and foot, to "rest" week workouts like water polo and ultimate frisbee, the Triathlon Team is a fun-loving, supportive community, and the relationships that the team fosters are valuable and everlasting.


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