In an exciting turn of events, a week before Oceanside 70.3, we received an email from WTCâ€™s Director of Athlete Development and Communications. Based on the size of Fil-Am Tri we were classified as a Division ll Tri Club â€“ as a Division II Tri Club, we were pitted against Orange County Tri Club for the largest number of participants ...
In a mad dash to push this winter weather away, few FATs have not only been busy training through the cold, but some have already started putting in some races. Hereâ€™s a recap on what has been going on at FAT East Coast.
We received some exciting news from WTCâ€™s Director of Athlete Development and Communications. Based from the size of our club, Fi-Am tri was classified under Division ll Tri Club podium. Here how it works:
To introduce and support children ages 6 to 19 years old to an active and healthy lifestyle.
Kids Team (6 - 12 years old): To introduce and encourage participation among younger children to join non-competitive races with focus on safety and having fun.
Junior Team (13 to 19 years old) To introduce and ...
Fil Am Tri Club was founded in 2006 by a small group
of Filipinos in NY/NJ. Since then, FAT (Fil Am Tri) has grown nationwide
and global having members throughout the mainland US, Canada, Hawaii,
and of course the homeland in the Philippines. Although comprised mostly
of Filipinos, FAT is a non-denominational club accepting all friends and
families of Filipino Americans with the mission to grow a network of
Filipino triathletes worldwide building a sense of community and
fellowship through the medium of endurance sports. We welcome you to
become part of the movement! Mabuhay!