Registration Live: Orca Alcatraz Challenge
Choose Your Challenge
This year, the Orca Alcatraz Challenge will take place on both May 18 and June 29, giving prospective registrants the option to race one or both events.
Both races will follow the same format and feature three race options:
1. Aquathlon: 1.5-mile swim from Alcatraz to Crissy Field, followed by a 7-mile out and back run over the Golden Gate Bridge.
2. Aquathlon Relay Team: 2-Person Team completing full Aquathlon course.
Duncan Reid, Kate Murray win Pacific Grove Sprint
Fifteen year-old Duncan Reid of Palos Verdes Estates and Kate Murray, 35, of Monterey won the men's and women's overall titles at The Triathlon at Pacific Grove sprint distance race Sunday.
09-15-13, Timothy Carlson
PACIFIC GROVE, California -- Duncan Reid, a prize-winning 15-year-old triathlete from Palos Verdes Estates, and Kate Murray, 35, of nearby Monterey, won the men's and women's sprint overall titles at The Triathlon at Pacific Grove Sunday.
Reid, who won a national title in his 11-12 age group four years ago, and who placed 6th overall at this race last year, finished in 52:16 for the quarter-mile swim, 12.4-mile bike leg and ... (More)
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Wednesday, December 4, 2013
Does anyone else feel like November just flew by? I know everyone in the office feels like it did!
Which means we are reaching the middle of the triathlon off-season. Some of you may have already set off-season goals, some of you may still be pondering, while others may have already achieved one.
We asked a couple of our Tri-California Ambassadors to give us some insight on their off season goals. Read More...
Monday, November 25, 2013
Come on…. I’m sure you have all envisioned yourself crossing the finish line with the new Katy Perry song playing in your head.
“I’ve got the eye of a tiger, a fighter, dancing through the fire. Cause I am a champion and your gonna hear me ROAR.“ –Katy Perry
I’ve got the eye of a tiger
Picture yourself getting ready for your swim start. It’s the very beginning of the race and you start to get in the zone, you find your eyes starting to narrow as you flash forward to being in the water, riding, and running. You start shaking out your muscles, you fix your cap so it is just right, and then its time for goggles, “your tiger eyes”. Once those goggles go on, there is no turning back. The excitement and nerves are starting to over power you as your wave gets closer to the line. You are ready to pounce… Read More...
Monday, September 23, 2013
Traditions you may ask? Well to start, having professional triathlete Scott Tinley request this event to our founder Terry Davis, then having it passed down to his daughter Colleen for her senior project, and now watching her still produce the event with great enthusiasm is just one way to look at it as a tradition.
For you, there may be many ways of creating a tradition at Scott Tinley’s Triathlons…
It could be racing the same beautiful course through the hills of San Luis Obispo, watching your kiddos finish their first triathlon, taking a trip to Avila Beach with your family the day after race day, gathering with friends at the local wineries, or eating at your favorite restaurant in downtown SLO. Read More...