Aspen Medical Products San Diego Triathlon Challenge
Date: October 18, 2015
Participation includes a weekend full of activities including:
2014 ASPEN MEDICAL PRODUCTS SAN DIEGO TRIATHLON CHALLENGE RECAP
It's known as "The Best Day in Triathlon" and the Aspen Medical Products San Diego Triathlon Challenge did not disappoint.
Starting with an emotional introduction of challenged athletes from the past, present and future and a tribute to Robin Williams, the day got off to magical start as athletes young and old, challenged and not waded into the calm, clear Pacific waters of La Jolla Cove for the 1-mile swim. With the voice of Ironman, Mike Reilly, welcoming them in, swimmers made their way to transition and tagged their relay partners or set off on the hilly 44-mile ride. The event concluded with the challenging 10-mile run to the Torrey Pines glider port.
Meanwhile, back at La Jolla Cove, the fun was just getting started. After the wheelchair runners left at 9:30, the stage was set for the most anticipated event of the day: The Philadelphia Insurance Kids Run.
At the 24 Hour Fitness Tour de Cove -- a 100-bike, 4.5 hour cycling marathon set hard by the Pacific -- the day culminated with the presentation of a three year complimentary 24 Hour Fitness membership to Moise Brutus, a triple amputee from Miami who seeks to participate in the Rio Paralympics as a cyclist.
All told, close to $1.3 million was raised to get challenged athletes back in the game of life. More importantly, friendships were made and renewed; barriers were broken and broken again; and, lives were changed -- for both challenged athletes and able-bodied alike.
Thank you for making it possible.
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The San Diego Triathlon Challenge is the greatest day in our sport. To be a part of what this amazing Foundation does and how they change lives for people was so motivating, it gave me a purpose. I was inspired, and wanted to do more.
— Chris "Macca" McCormack