Friday, August 12, 2011

Hey OC Trail Tales Members! Register now great half-iron tri in your back yard! OC Tri Tales/A Snail's Pace members save $50 on your registration: OM1150OFF
Visit the Orangeman Triathlon website ( for all the details.
Orangeman Half-Distance Triathlon features an amazing venue & course where you'll swim in the beautiful ocean off Salt Creek Beach Park, bike on a closed bike course through the cities of Dana Point & San Juan Capistrano into the Cleveland National Forest. Ortega Highway will be closed in both directions for your racing enjoyment. Finish on the coast with a challenging run on the scenic Salt Creek Regional Trail. You won't want to miss this event!
Spots are limited so Register Now! If you can't race please consider being a Volunteer!

This new local event on September 25 is going to be fantastic! I know most of you are just runners, but if you ever thought of a Tri before volunteering is great to do first before jumping the gun so you know what your in for! Some of you may have signed up already, but if not and you were thinking about it, just wait, i will have a coupon code for you for $50 off! For those of you not swimming, biking, or running, perhaps you would be interested and willing to help volunteer. We have so many great members full of energy, knowledge, and athletic experience, it would be an asset for this event.

Pete and I are the Race Director Volunteer Coordinators for the Orangeman Triathlon. We are so excited to be planning the first Half distance Triathlon in Orange County and would like this to be a premier event. We will be needing Volunteers everywhere. If they live near Hell's Kitchen and would like to work the aid station at the turnaround that would be great. I would greatly appreciate any and all volunteer help. Please pass on my e-mail info for interested parties to contact us and we can add them to our roster. We will be contacting all volunteers as the race date gets near with their assignments. Thanks again for your interest and help in rounding up volunteers.

Thanks Guys!

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