Tri Season is Here and Tri 4 Fun Athletes are doing great!!
Tri 4 Fun athletes are off to a good start for the 2014 season.. Many started with the Rutgers Half Marathon in April an set a few PR’s. All the hard work that they did over the winter an unfortunately some of spring on trainers and treadmills are paying off. So far the athletes have participated:
Rugters- Congrats to Ian Davis, Maggie Subhas, Lisa Glazer, and Henry Sacco
Cape May 10 miler- Congrats Karen Okupniak
Cape May Marathon- Congrats Jay Skanes(hubby) who got his Boston Qualifier!
Bassman- Congrats to Karen OKupniak on your first Triathlon!!
Jersey Devilman- Congrats to Dan Tannenbaum on your first Dualthon!
Jerseyman-Congrats to John Mackin who killed this course and place 10th in a tough field of contentors in his age group. Your times over last year are sick!! Can’t wait to see what you bring to the rest of the races.
Wildwood Half Marathon-Congrats Karen Opukniak on your half marathon PR! Woot!
Black Bear- Congrats to Ian Davis on a 20 minute improvement over last year and PR on course! Woot!! Watch out Chicago ITU!!
Flat As Pancake- Congrats to Dan Tannenbaum and Maggie Subhas on your race! Maggie got 3rd in her age group. Way to Go! Maggie also just got 3rd in her age group at a local 1 mile swim!!
Escape the Cape- Way to go Karen Opuknaik on this race! Way to stick to the race plan.
Chicago ITU- Congrats to Ian Davis on his race. Nice Strong race! You will be ready to PR at NJ State.
NJ State Triathlon weekend- Tri 4 Fun Athletes all did an amazing job. So many firsts and quite a few PR’S!!!
West Point Triathlon-Congrats to Henry Sacco. You had a good race.
Shoreman Aqua Bike- Congrats to Lisa Glazer and Maggie Subhas on your finish. Both ladies got 1st in their age groups!!
IronGirl- BIG congrats to Roopa Makhija on your very first triathlon! You just learned to swim and did your first 25 yards without stopping in June and look at you now!
Really looking forward to what Tri 4 Fun athletes do at the Princeton 70.3 which is a goal race for many of you. It will be a first 70.3 for all my athletes.