Sunday, April 11, 2010

The Texas School for the Deaf Physical Education Program, along with 1379 Family Sports Shop and Jack and Adam's Bicycles, is hosting the 3rd Annual Ranger Triathlon for KIDS and ADULTS on the school grounds located in the heart of downtown Austin with the beautiful cityscape in the background -- on Sunday, April 18th 2010.

The race takes place on a safe, closed course, free from traffic, that includes swimming in a nice, indoor swimming pool, cycling on the campus road that encircles the school grounds, and lastly, a run that takes place on sidewalk, grass, and the track, even climbing a set of stairs! How about that for added "spice" in a triathlon!!!

Again, the mini-sprint distance triathlon is for both KIDS and ADULTS. This is a wonderful opportunity to experience a triathlon in which children, parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and friends, regardless of age, can participate in the same event, cheering each other on! It is even an event for those who are looking to get ready for longer distance triathlons later in the summer.

In addition, the primary language spoken at the Texas School for the Deaf is American Sign Language. You will have the opportunity to see the National Anthem in ASL and even learn a few signs as you compete and/or volunteer with participants associated with the school.
Come join a wonderful family event!
Race date: Sunday, April 18th 2010
To register: Click Here!
For more information about the event: Click Here!
To volunteer, Contact the volunteer coordinator:


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