RIT Hosts Indoor Triathlon to Benefit Cerebral Palsy March 15
More than 100 people are registered for annual event
March 13, 2009
by John Follaco
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Rochester Institute of Technology’s Triathlon Club is hosting an indoor triathlon to benefit Cerebral Palsy Rochester at 8 a.m Sunday, March 15, in the Gordon Field House and Activities Center.
Participants will swim, ride a stationary bike and run the indoor track for 15 minutes at a time. There will be a five-minute transition between events. The event is scheduled to conclude by 1:40 p.m. Prizes will be awarded to the winners and to recognize the accomplishments of athletes through the day. The event is open to the public.
“The indoor triathlon is for novices and experts alike,” says Eric Offerman, president of the club. “Beginners will find this a great way to experience the thrill of a triathlon, and experts will enjoy the challenge of a high intensity race in a short time frame.”