Letter from the President
Hey Team,
Hope you all are doing well and still getting outside as best you can. We are all together in this, and hope we see a light at the end of the tunnel soon. As a board, we are working to keep the team motivated, and connected. Keep checking FB posts for virtual events, fun posts to keep us engaged together and more. Let us know how we can help you, if you need us.
See you out and about,

We have one new member this past month!
Welcome to the team, Robert Duggan !

Athlete of the Month

Eddie Weeks
Say "hi" to Eddie!
Eddie has been doing triathlon for 4 years now, and doesn't show signs of slowing down. He says his key workouts are long rides and tempo runs. They seem to be working for Eddie, you will usually see him in the front of the pack at many races! Another great tip he gives, "find a great group to train with, like the TTT!" Great advice Eddie!

If you see Eddie, be sure to congratulate him on being our AOM!

-Coach Karen Buxton

Practice Your Transitions!
I believe in the basics: attention to, and perfection of, tiny details that might commonly be overlooked. They might seem trivial, perhaps even laughable to those who don’t understand, but they aren’t. They are fundamental to your progress—they are the difference between champions and near champions.- John Wooden

Even though John Wooden is best known for being a great basketball coach, his quote rings true in triathlon, especially with the frequently overlooked portion of the race— transitions . These connecting segments of multisport events are often not given the thought and practice that they deserve, and a failure to understand their pivotal role in the bigger picture of a race can result in a disjointed and often disappointing performance. Transitions should be viewed as a seamless part of your complete race, not an isolated entity. Like a flip turn in swimming, transitions are at once the end of one section of the race and the beginning of another.

Frequently, races are won and lost in the transition area. Take a look at some race results and check out the transition times of the top competitors, and you will generally find that these top finishers have the fastest transition times. From time to time we see race results where a competitor has been out-swum, out-biked and out- run only to prevail by seconds at the finish line. “How can this be?” you ask. Simple—the runner-up was out-transitioned. 

For more about perfecting your transitions, click on the link below to read the entire article.

From Chef Keith Gardiner
Honey Chipotle Chicken Bowl Salad with Lime Quinoa.
INGREDIENTS for chicken:
1 pound boneless, skinless chicken breasts
TT Himalayan pink salt
1/4 tsp fresh ground black pepper
1/4 cup olive oil
3 tablespoons adobo sauce, from a can of chipotles in adobo
2 local raw honey
1 tablespoon Dijon mustard
2 tablespoons chopped fresh cilantro
4 garlic cloves, minced


  1. Combine all above ingredients in container and marinate overnight.
  2. Cook chicken on the stove top in a medium heat sauté pan or on the grill till completely cooked.
  3. Allow to rest before slicing to serve on salad

6 cups spring greens
1/2 pint cherry tomatoes, halved
1/4 cup fresh cilantro
4 green onions, sliced
2 avocado, sliced
1 cup cooked black beans (or other bean of your choice)
1 lime, juiced
1 tablespoon olive oil
1/2 tablespoon honey
TT Himalayan pink salt and fresh ground pepper


  1. Mix cilantro, lime juice olive oil and hone together
  2. Add greens, tomatoes, green onions, black beans to dressing and toss together
  3. Adjust seasoning with salt and pepper
  4. Arrange in bowl with chicken, quinoa and garnish with sliced avocado

INGREDIENTS for quinoa

1/2 cup uncooked quinoa
1 cup chicken stock
1 tablespoon coconut oil
1 lime, juiced and zest freshly grated
TT Himalayan pink salt and fresh ground pepper


  1. Bring chicken stock to a boil
  2. Add quinoa and cook till tender
  3. Add coconut oil, salt and pepper and allow to cool
  4. Add lime juice and zest
  5. Then arrange with other ingredients in bowl and serve

NOTE: Make extra of all ingredients and serve in a whole wheat wrap the next day as a lunch or dinner entrée. Add scrambled eggs and omit salad and serve as a breakfast burrito. 

No team meetings until further notice.
We are working on ways to keep the team connected.
We have virtual events, currently happening:

More to come!!


Northeast Duathlon - 2/22/20
N.E.S.T. - 4/25/20 canceled
Belews Lake Triathlon - 5/2/20
Tritown Sprint Triathlon - 5/9/20
Buckner Mission Man Sprint - 7/25/20
High Point Triathlon - 8/8/20
Tri for Hospice - 9/5/20
Nat Greene’s Revenge Triathlon - 9/20/20

Thank you to our wonderful sponsors below.
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Triad Tri Team
Greensboro, North Carolina