“Any time we step out boldly to make changes, we take a chance that we might fail. But the only way to get better is to try.” – Joyce Meyer

This message is for anyone still on the fence about racing this weekend.

If you’re questioning whether or not you should race: you should.
If you’re questioning whether you’ve trained enough: you have.
If you’re questioning whether you’re ready: you are.

Being a triathlete is like being a parent – you’re never truly ready, but through the process of doing, you learn and become better. If you’re new to the sport, or early on in your career, you’re not going to get better by reading books. Racing is going to be your best teacher.

So go on, do it. Sign up.

Don’t wait another year to see what the TTF is all about.

A well-managed swim, closed bike course and picturesque run along Martin Goodman Trail will provide a safe environment that is unrivalled in mass participation triathlons. Not to mention the friendship and guidance of the experienced racers who’ve been with us since the start.

So go on, do it. Sign up.

Leap. We promise it’ll be worth it.

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