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Sunday, June 15, 2014

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Fourier Fitness Youth Triathlon Team

2014 TEAM EVENTS: USAT Flatland Youth Elite Draft Legal, Des Moines IA (July 13); Tri-ing for Children's Kids Tri (July 26); Oregon Kids Tri (August 9); Tri 4 Schools Middleton (August 16); HyVee Championships, Des Moines IA (August 30th)


The Fourier Fitness Youth Tri Team is coached by 2013 Ironman WI Champion, Jackie Arendt. The team is in its third year. This is the premier youth triathlon team in the Madison area. We limit the team size to 30 kids ages 10-15.

Training starts when school gets out for the summer. Our athletes train twice per week, for one hour each. Athletes will learn how to reduce transition times, learn how to do a beach start and swim in a pack.

Sunday, June 15, 2014 in Madison, WI

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