What if we gathered up everything we know, all the best practices, and brought them to bear when producing a triathlon?
Sarah Bagley is the director of Boston Medical Center’s (BMC) Catalyst Clinic, which helps young adults and teenagers who are struggling with addiction. On top of that, she’s training for the Columbia Threadneedle Investments Boston Triathlon in July.
In a bid to get more young athletes involved in the sport of triathlon, ethos has announced their U23 initiative. This means registration costs for races will now be reduced by 50 percent for athletes under 23 years of age.
Most people think that triathlons take lots of fancy equipment and tons of training time. But the truth is that as long as you have some kind of bike, a helmet, running shoes and a bathing suit, along with a few hours a week to train, you can do a triathlon.
Sika Henry is working to increase the participation of African Americans in the sport of triathlon.
The 2015 Ironman North American champion and multi-time podium finisher proved she’s getting back to top long course form with a win in the elite women’s field at the 2016 Colombia Threadneedle Boston Triathlon.
A Brookline doctor completed the Boston Triathlon over the weekend to raise money for substance abuse treatment in teens and young adults.
Columbia Threadneedle Investments, a leading global asset management group with more than 500 people in Greater Boston, has signed on to be the title partner of Boston’s only triathlon
Anyone can become a triathlete. Mike O’Neil, producer of Boston’s only triathlon, knows many people are discouraged by the cost of gear. Here are some of his recommendations for a lower-cost starter kit.
Boston’s only triathlon has launched the Boston Corporate Cup, a friendly competition between Boston’s most competitive corporate leaders. The Corporate Cup competition will take place as part of the 9th annual Columbia Threadneedle Investments Boston Triathlon on July 30, 2017 in South Boston.
Boston’s only triathlon is inviting youth throughout Greater Boston to experience the different elements of a triathlon, including running, cycling and swimming. It’s all designed to encourage fitness and healthy activities while introducing youth to the sport of triathlon.
Columbia Threadneedle Investment Boston Triathlon's Michael O'Neil and Bryan Van Dorpe of YES talk to Chris Lovett at BNN about the upcoming event.
On your mark, get set, go! Compete in a triathlon right in your own back yard, Southie! The weekend of events is scheduled for July 30th with a special kids splash and dash day planned for July 29th.
Beyond the competition itself, the day is aimed at welcoming people of all genders, ages, ethnicities, and abilities to come together and celebrate a day of athletic grace and communal spectatorship.