Practice Schedule:                         
                                          
Monday:         OFF
Tuesday:         6AM MORRIL MADNESS @ Miller Steps
Wednesday:    8pm Swim Practice @ Carmichael Gym
Thursday:        OFF
Friday:            4PM Brick (Bike + Run) @ Miller Steps
Saturday:        OFF
Sunday:           8am Bike Ride @ Student Health Center parking lot

*It is not required to attend all practices.
*Weekend workouts are usually cancelled on race weekends
*Use the facebook group to check the schedule and make your own workouts! https://www.facebook.com/groups/238556479667398/


Fall 2016 Race Schedule:
*Conference race series dates are in red.
  • Sunday September 11: Patriot’s Sprint (Williamsburg VA)

race site: https://www.vtsmts.com/patriotssprint/
distance: 750m swim, 20k bike, 5k run

  • Sunday September 18: Rex Wellness Sprint Tri (Knightdale, NC)

race site: https://fsseries.com/ra/r/rex-wellness-sprint-triathlon-knightdale/
distance: 250yd pool swim, 12 mile bike, 2 mile run

  • Saturday September 24: Giant Acorn International (Lake Anna, VA)

distance: 1500m swim, 42km bike, 10k run
  • Sunday October 2nd: NC Triathlon State Championship and MACTC Draft Legal Festival (Greensboro, NC) 
race site: http://triviumracing.com/event/north-carolina-triathlon-championships/ (regular race)
http://triviumracing.com/event/north-carolina-draft-legal-triathlon/ (draft legal race)
distance: 800m swim, 18 mile bike, 5k run (regular race)
800m swim, 20k bike, 5k run (draft legal)

  • Saturday October 15th: Liberty University Triathlon/MACTC Championships (Smith Mountain Lake, VA)

race site: https://www.vtsmts.com/liberty-university-triathlon/
distance: 1500m swim, 24 mile bike, 10k run


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Recent Announcements

  • Off Season Shenanigans
    Great season this year guys. Over the off season think about what you want to improve on: endurance, strength, passing class, whatever. We will continue workouts, but they will not be at the same level of intensity until just before the first races of the semester. We will pick a duathlon or running race in February to kick things off. Clermont is March 7&8, and Azalea is the 7th. Everybody get pumped for collegiate nationals in Clemson, SC this year on April 24 & 25!
    Posted Dec 7, 2014, 10:27 AM by Michael Lindler
  • Belews Lake Sprint and Richmond Rox Race Report
    Belew's Day

    17 of NC State's most valiant athletes headed just down the road to compete in the Belews Lake Sprint near Greensboro NC September 12/13. After a brief caravan down I-40, we arrived at the Lambrecht household where we were met with frisbee, corn hole, snacks, and lacrosse games. We loaded up on pasta and called it an early night claiming all of the beds, couches, sleeping bags, and whatever other soft objects we could find. Before the sun came up we were walking out the door to show MACTC who runs North Carolina. Conditions were a bit chilly and intermittent drizzling couldn't dampen our spirits. What kind of race would it be without a little input from Mother Nature? In the time trial start system the collegiate athletes started over the course of about 20 minutes. All of those swimming junkies would get a head start and clear water. Two by two they went with the Field and Lambrecht family spectating the Belew's Lake action.

    Taylor and Margaret led the team out of the lake and onto the bike course. We fought the wind and rain battling it out with local schools like App State, Duke, and UNC Chapel Hill along with some northern teams such as Liberty, Maryland, and The Naval Academy. Lindler headed NC State starting onto the run course hoping to hold off a few of the Navy folk. As the team came tearing through T2 and onto the run course, the weather let up some and the music lightened the day.

    Everybody finished strong through pain, dehydration, or that feeling when you remember that your hungover friends won't be awake for like two more hours. Our man Scott not only survived an epic bike crash near the finish, but he went on to have a decent bike split and awesome run time with blood oozing from elbow and knee. Congratulations to Danielle and Margaret who completed their first triathlon and finished without missing a step. Also Daniel took on the bike course on an 80's era Finnish road bike with a grin on his face the whole time.

    Rockin the Rox

    The State crew peeled out the health center parking lot on a leisurely mid morning schedule Saturday. After dealing with a few mix ups we were on our way to Richmond for an Olympic throwdown. The team was a bit unsure what to expect and somewhat worn from racing the previous weekend, but on arriving at the packet pick up we realized that Virginia has a unique way of running triathlon. We got all kinds of freebies and food with our packets, the Virginians were quite cordial (even though parking sucks). After meeting the crew we checked out the bike course and took a brief tour of downtown Richmond which in no way could have possibly resulted in us getting lost and making U-turns on one way roads.... Several Volunteers associated with the race were generous enough to allow us to spend the night in their homes cutting down on hotel costs. Thank you Richmond Multisport Volunteers! We awoke in our respective households and walked out the door with bagel in hand to meet up at the race site. The transition area over looked the James River and was situated on a cobblestone walkway with a disused railroad bed on the opposite side. We watched the half distance athletes begin and we anxiously awaited our turn to take on the James. All collegiate athletes began together; all 100 of us, it was time to turn it on.

    Zack and Taylor immediately tore away from the main pack with some of the fastest swim times of the whole day. The rest of the wolfpack followed shortly behind. At the point where we cut across there river all Olympic distance athletes were met with a little surprise. ROX. Like a giant sunken pirate ship six inches below the surface of the water. There's nothing like a surprise bouldering section in the middle of a swim race. I thought it was awesome throwing in a twist or two always keeps me on my toes. After the quick adrenaline burst it was time to head back to the boat ramp. There was a long (~100m) run from the swim finish to the transition area where those of us not fortunate enough to be born with gills could try to make up some ground. The bike course was a beautiful sample of the Richmond landscape with some downtown at the beginning with countryside and residential portions later. Shortly after the bike turn around at a septic treatment plant, we were greeted with enthusiastic volunteers holding out gatorade. Water bottle handoffs are a luxury at this distance and were greatly appreciated. After contending with the deceptively tough bike course the team started to settle into its groove. At least the run course is flat right? Well, the first 2 miles or so were on the Canal walk by the James and had almost no elevation change until the bridge. After the bridge we were faced with uphill then downhill then uphill then flat then steep downhill then a turnaround then everything backwards. Grrrr, so much for a fast run course.

    The bike and run slowed us down a little bit but we persevered and finished strong. The State team only brought 4 men and 4 women, so the performance of every member was vital and no one let us down. Zack crushed his first ever triathlon; only learning about it four days in advance. Anne got to take her sweet new tri-bike to the limits. We finally got to race with Chris, our new friend from the other side of the globe.

    See you guys at Conference Championships in a few weeks! 
    Posted Sep 21, 2014, 8:52 PM by Triathlon Club
  • Welcome back Fall 2014
    WELCOME all new freshman to your new home for the next four years! We have gotten a few more likes recently, and I'm sure more of you will see this page due to RecFest. If you came out today you would have experienced how amazing our team is, and seen how close we have all become. Join!!! If you didn't attend recfest and still want to know more about the club, I can give you the full scoop if you shoot me an email. We are a fun loving team that does require a lot of dedication, but we are completely accepting of all levels. Triathlon will change your life if you've never done it, and it is a fantastic lifestyle to embrace. As your head social chair, you will not meet me until the spring since I am studying abroad in Australia this semester, but I'm sure you'll know who I am by the time I get back 
    Further down is a post to join our Facebook group where we will post practice info and you can organize rides, etc., so go join that group if you're keen to race some triahfalawns!

    Cheers,
    Julie Falzon , social chair
    Jmfalzon@ncsu.edu

    Posted Aug 20, 2014, 2:01 AM by Triathlon Club
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