RaceTwitch Club – Meetup Group – NYC – Oct. 13, 2010

Posted on 10 August 2010

The RaceTwitch Club was created with the unique purpose to bring local endurance athletes together in an environment that includes round table discussions on training, races to consider, guest speakers (including authors, race directors, and athletes), future free product offerings and raffles, plenty of networking!

The goal of the RaceTwitch Club is to provide ongoing content and value to our members of RaceTwitch.com—to share and discuss valuable content among the community and to spread the word of RaceTwitch.com’s global free resources. You can become a member free by going to  http://www.racetwitch.com. Click on the registration button to review over 7,500 worldwide endurance races already registered… and growing rapidly every day!   Please submit a Race Review so other athletes can review the pro’s and con’s of specific races.

As many of you know, my passion is racing in endurance sports. This year is my silver anniversary and marks 25 years of racing. I look forward to sharing some of my racing experience, tips, ideas and  training advice to all members.  I have always been a lifetime learner and look forward to increasing my knowledge as well from other’s experiences in all aspects of endurance sports.    I focus specifically on ultra distance triathlon events: Double, Quintuple, DECA Ironman, 100-mile and multi-day running events.

We will continue to roll out several new features of RaceTwitch.com so look for future updates.
We are so excited to meet you and to learn more about you! Please introduce yourself by RSVPing to our next Meetup (they will have all detail of venue on Meetup page) http://www.meetup.com/Race-Twitch-Club/

Hope to see you in NYC and then eventually future cities!


Wayne Kurtz

One Response to “RaceTwitch Club – Meetup Group – NYC – Oct. 13, 2010”

  1. Laurademeo says:

    This is great! Look forward to attending the First Meet Up and learning more tips on Endurance training as well as meeting other Endurance athletes.

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