Official Multirace.com Pre-Race Clinic:
Whether it’s your first or twenty first race you will learn valuable pieces of information to make your racing experience more rewarding.
“I attended the Pre Race clinic and it was awesome. I am a beginner Triathlete, and this past Sunday was my first race, and now I am hooked. I am planning to do the July 4 Race at Tradewinds Park. Coach gave me so many tips and clues about the upcoming race. His talk was designed so that it was easy to understand. He is a great asset to your company. He taught us the rules and regulations. Out there on the course, I noticed so many penalties, that it made me want to become an official. I want to continue doing triathlons and help keep the sport legal and enjoyable. I will continue doing Multirace Triathlons. Thank you again for a great, first-time experience.” – Beginner Triathlete
The Multirace 101 clinic was created to help triathletes and duathletes learn the things they need to know to successfully and safely complete a triathlon. The course is a requirement for any first time triathlete, but is open to anyone with questions or just looking to expand their knowledge on Triathlon. You don’t even have to be registered for the event to attend!
The course will cover the basic things you need to know to successfully and safely complete a triathlon, including but not limited to:
- Rules & Regulations
- Registration Procedures
- Common Mistakes
- Equipment Overview
- Race Numbers
- Timing Chips
- Course Overview for That Specific Venue (Swim, Bike, & Run)
- What to do if certain situations arise
- Training Tips
- Multirace.com Rules & Results
- What is available on the website Multirace.com
- Transition Practice
- Maybe Even a Partial Course Tour
Select clinics will also have a presentation by inspirational speaker Hector Picard. Hector Picard is a husband, father of 4, grandfather and South Florida native. In 1992 while on the job, suffered an electrocution of 13,000 volts resulting in the amputations of his entire right arm and half his left arm as well as 2nd and 3rd degree burns over 40% of his body. He admits that before his first race on July 4, 2009 (Multirace 4th of July Triathlon) he wasn’t a swimmer, cyclist or runner. Now 53 triathlons later he travels the country in the hopes of inspiring others with the love for life and the sport of triathlon.
A highly qualified and experienced coach.
The clinic will be at 5 p.m. on Friday, September 27th:
Outspokin Bicycles Clearwater
2241 Gulf to Bay Boulevard
Clearwater, FL 33765