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Learn more about Portland Triathlon Club at their 2014 Season Kickoff Meeting

Portland Tri Club

Credit: Portland Triathlon Club

by Zach Wiens, guest community blogger The Portland Triathlon Club will be holding our annual season kickoff meeting at 3:30 PM on January 26th at Madisons Banquet Room, located at 1109 SE Madison Street in Portland. You do not have to be a member to attend. We will be letting people know what the club is all about and the things that we offer to members.

The Portland Triathlon Club was founded in 2006 as a non-profit multi-sport club and from its small beginnings it has now grown to close to 400 members, making it the largest Triathlon Club not only in Portland but in the Pacific Northwest.

So if you are looking to branch out into the world of Triathlons, come on out and check us out! Please RSVP through this link to help us anticipate how many people will be coming.

We got this information from the wonderful athletes at the Portland Triathlon Club and after our own Matt Rasmussen had so much fun with his first triathlon, we knew we needed to pass this on to Run Oregon readers! As of Tuesday night, January 13th, there were nearly 130 people RSVP’d to attend … so it’s sure to be a fun evening where chances there, there are plenty of newbies and supportive vets!

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