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Re: USA Cycling and USAT Triathlon for a new partnership [BryantHoward] [ In reply to ]
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BryantHoward wrote:
Don't forget Duathlon (Run-Bike-Run) and Aquabike (Swim-Bike-DONE). Both are terrific sports that fall under USAT purview and both offer National and World Championships.

BH

Aquabike.. similar to race walking in run world and the love usatf gives it. Better to do the races separate, but probably combine for over all points scoring


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Re: USA Cycling and USAT Triathlon for a new partnership [jaretj] [ In reply to ]
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USMS isn't part of the USOC, that would be USA Swimming

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Re: USA Cycling and USAT Triathlon for a new partnership [elf6c] [ In reply to ]
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elf6c wrote:
Many of them could riding one of the many TTs done under USA Cycling clubs. Or the uphill TT my club hosts.
there are hardly any TT’s. We have state masters in SoCal on June 1 and it’s probably the first USAC sanctioned TT of the year.
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Re: USA Cycling and USAT Triathlon for a new partnership [Benv] [ In reply to ]
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Benv wrote:
elf6c wrote:
Many of them could riding one of the many TTs done under USA Cycling clubs. Or the uphill TT my club hosts.
there are hardly any TT’s. We have state masters in SoCal on June 1 and it’s probably the first USAC sanctioned TT of the year.

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Re: USA Cycling and USAT Triathlon for a new partnership [synthetic] [ In reply to ]
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I don’t think they are USAC sanctioned. The SoCal TT series definitely isn’t.
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