Hosted by FACT Oregon and Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District, the 2017 All Ability Tri4Youth is sure to be a wonderful experience for kids of all ages and abilities.
Held on Saturday August 12th from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. this first-ever, inclusive triathlon encourages and welcomes kids of all abilities to “tri” together. This event is for youth of all abilities, not only those experiencing disability.
FACT Oregon and Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District have partnered to create this wonderful experience for youth. This all ability triathlon will provide youth experiencing a disability, their siblings, and peers an opportunity to participate in a triathlon, as well as meet community partners that support families experiencing disability.
The All Ability Tri4Youth is a fun, safe, accessible triathlon with an emphasis on inclusion and community building. The triathlon course has been successfully tested by youth and includes fully accessible facilities, great music, food, and lots to celebrate. Participants will create lifelong memories on this special day.
Athletes have the opportunity to swim, bike, and run on a fully accessible course, or serve as captain on a team with friends. Participants receive a Tri4Youth t-shirt and medal, and everyone is invited to enjoy a great after-party.
Training sessions at Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation are open for registration. Click for more information and to register. (For registration assistance, call (503) 645-6433.)
2017 All Ability Tri4Youth:
When: Saturday August 12th from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Where: Howard M. Terpenning Complex, Beaverton Oregon (map)
What: All Ability Youth Triathlon
Registration: Online here