|Posted on July 19, 2015 at 9:25 PM|
Mark your calendars. Move Your Bones 2015 is set for October 25 at Donnely Park
More information on registration coming soon
|Posted on November 16, 2014 at 5:10 PM|
The 5th Annual Active Orthopedic Move Your Bones 5k and Kids Races!
Thank You for all who participated and volunteered. This years race was a huge success. Results are posted on the Move Your Bones page and photos are available on the photo page. Please feel free to copy any photos you like.
Proceeds This year to benefit Turlock area schools physical education programs will exceed $3000.
Kathy Tullio (race director) & Russell Mayfield (T3 President) wish to thank everyone involve in making MYB 2014 so successful
|Posted on November 16, 2014 at 4:45 PM|
The 2015 year is just around the corner. T3 board hopes your plans are to be part of Turlock Triathlon Team/Club. Whether you will be joining us for the first time or a continuing member of T3 in 2015 we wish you success in your fitness goals.
The member’s gift for 2015 will be two pair of custom T3 socks. Membership applications are available on the Join T3 page.
|Posted on November 1, 2014 at 1:10 PM|
Tuesday track workouts will be at CSU Stanislaus track starting 11-4-19 from 6 - 7 PM
Join T3 and run with us at the college. We will be at the college from Nov thru April. There will not be workouts during the Holidays and the Tuesday after the Modesto Marathon. Check the "Events" page to make sure we will be scheduled.
Hope to see you at the track
|Posted on July 7, 2014 at 3:10 AM|
Please remember to wear you helmet and follow the rules of the road. Just last year a colleague of mine was out cycling with one other rider. They were both hit by a car at a 4 way stop just east of Modesto. The riders thought the car would stop at the stop sign so they proceeded through the intersection. The car did not make a full stop and hit both cyclist. Fortunately both riders were not seriously injured, but their bikes were totaled. Just today during a ride I witnessed a Cyclist 50 yards in front of me trying to roll through a 4 way stop sign with cars already stopped. A car was expecting the cyclist to stop and started to move through the intersection as the cyclist rolled through the stop sign. The cyclist had to make a sharp right turn to avoid hitting the car. Lets all be more conscientious about stopping at stop lights and stop signs. We need to make a habit of making eye contact with drivers and proceeding with caution. Be courteous to automobiles as we wish for them to be courteous to us. Returning safely from a ride is more important than having your bike mangled or a trip to the hospital.
|Posted on March 13, 2012 at 5:45 PM|
Turlock Triathlon Team/Club is an official USAT club.
You can log on to the USAT site and update your profile to include T3 as your club.