Tri-California Events Newsletter Avia Widlflower Triathlons #2










Gearing Up For The Avia Wildflower Triathlons Festival
Register For Prepaid Camping

We are just about three months away from the 2008 Avia Wildflower Triathlons Festival, and there is no doubt you are in full training mode. While you are so busy training, it is important you do not forget to arrange for your race weekend accommodations.

There is no better way to enjoy Wildflower than to camp, and experience the unique racing and festival atmosphere that many refer to as the "Woodstock of Triathlon."

Registering for pre-paid camping will allow you to avoid the lines, and enter the park through the express gate. You will be on your way to find a camp site, and settle in for the weekend. All campsites are available on a first-come, first-serve basis, so come early and enjoy the beautiful natural setting the park has to offer. Please note that hook-up sites are very limited, and not guaranteed. Purchasing pre-paid camping does not ensure you a hook-up site. Camping is paid per vehicle, not per site. Learn more about camping pricing information, travel tips and additional accommodations options. See you in the park.
Hit The Gym This Winter To Swim Faster Next Summet
Five exercises to build swim strength
By Brad Culp: Triathlete Magazine

Nov. 13, 2007 -- Sure, triathlon is three sports all rolled into one, so it may seem a little ridiculous to spend a few months ignoring two of the three sports, but if you really want to improve at one discipline, it's something you have to do.

Earlier this week, I spoke to the overall amateur champion at Clearwater, Janda Ricci-Munn, about what makes him so damn fast (he went 3:58 in Clearwater). He told me that he spent a few years just focusing on his run and now the guy runs like the wind. This winter, he plans on doing the same for his swim, which has been his Achilles heel in the past. If you're like Ricci-Munn and your swim is the one sport that's keeping you from triathlon greatness (or mediocrity), try some of these swim-strength building exercises over the next two months and you'll be swimming like Andy Potts next season, or at least you won't be last out of the water. More
Join Team CAF For The Avia Wildflower Triathlons Festival
Challenged Athlete Foundation

Here's your chance to join standout challenged athletes Sarah Reinertsen, first female to finish the Ford Ironman World Championship on a prosthetic leg, 6-time Iron-distance race finisher "One-Arm Willie" Stewart, Survivor star and below knee amputee Chad Crittenden, 2007 ITU Silver Medalist in the above-knee-amputee category, Scout Bassett, and many other talented athletes as part of the first-ever Team CAF Wildflower. 

These amazing challenged athletes will lead and inspire you, creating a one-of-a-kind Wildflower experience.  By joining this program, you become part a team motivated by the heart and abilities of your challenged teammates. A team with access to a custom Wildflower training program by Hypercat Racing and plenty of VIP benefits (listed below). A team that literally "changes lives" by raising funds for the Challenged Athletes Foundation. The best part:  anyone can join the team. More
 Tri-California Events Training Resources
Ramp Up Your Training 

Tri-California Events will host one day training clinics on March 7, OR March 8, offering participants an opportunity to train on the courses of The Avia Wildflower Triathlons Festival. Our training clinics offer a balanced blend of USAT certified coaches, Professional athletes, and local experts in specified training and course environments. Register today and guarantee a first hand look at the course.
$150 - spaces are limited. More

Avia Wildflower Triathlons Training Programs
The New Avia Wildflower Triathlons Training Programs are ideal for any participant looking to your enhance Wildflower training with customized instruction.
These training programs are an incredible value at just $65.00. More
The Athletes Kitchen | Nutrition Tips
Sports Nutrition News From The American College of Sports Medicine
Courtesy: Nancy Clark MS, RD CSSD


The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) is the nation's largest group of exercise scientists, sports medicine and sports nutrition professionals. Each year at the ACSM annual meeting, these experts present their latest research. Here's a small sample of the sports nutrition news for 2007. More
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