September 23rd, 2019
Season Kickoff

Come one come all to our first week of workouts on 9/30. Whether you've been doing triathlon for 15 years (we applaud your toddler tri's) or this is your first time checking out the sport, we're happy to have you! Come check us out at any or all of our week 1 practices to make new friends and see what the team is all about!

Monday, 9/30, 5pm – Social Run. Meet at Spanos Track, we will jog around at a comfortable pace and probably look at the ocean. All fitness levels welcome!
Tuesday, 10/1, 6pm – Fun Swim at Canyonview Aquatic Center. Bring swimsuit and goggles, or you can buy goggles at Canyonview. All fitness and swimming ability levels welcome. Be prepared for relays!
Wednesday, 10/2, 7am – Fun Track Workout. Meet at the track again. More relays, with rumors that donuts will be making an appearance!
Thursday, 10/3, 6pm – Welcome Meeting at the Canyonview Conference Room (building at the corner of Voigt Dr and Matthews Lane. We will have someone standing outside). Snacks provided! This will be followed by a short swim workout.
Friday, 10/4, 5:30pm – BBQ social at La Jolla Shores! Come for some waves and sand and food.

If you have any questions feel free to email info@ucsdtriathlon.org and we will get back to you asap!

May 22nd, 2019
Nationals 2019 Recap!

by Michellie Jones

Over 1,000 men and women representing more than 150 college clubs competed in the USA Triathlon Collegiate National Championships in Tempe, Ariz. The teams were not only challenged by racing against one another in the hot weather conditions but also had to overcoming adversity and rally together. The Collegiate Nationals competition keeps growing with athletes that are not only nationally ranked but who also hold world rankings.

November 15th, 2018
Bike Camp (2018)

by Dominic Miller and Roise McSorley
Dominic:
Having just recently bought the first road bike I’d ever owned, and it being my first year on the triathlon team I was pretty pumped for Bike Camp, and it did not disappoint in any aspect. It was a fantastic weekend of biking and running in the desert all while getting closer to an amazing team.

You wouldn’t think that deserts would be nice places to exercise but Anza Borrego State Park was a great location for bike camp. Shortly after I arrived Saturday afternoon the team planned a run/hike up onto a steep ridge near the campsite which provided a spectacular view of the landscape we would be cycling the next day. I stared in awe at the rocky peaks and steep canyons around the campsite and the gently rolling hills stretching for miles in the other direction.

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