We are past the ides of November. One more race down in Mexico, and we can call it a wrap on the 2010 triathlon season. And what a season it has been. From the local lakes of the Tri the Parks series, to warm waters off the coast of Hawaii, finishing up in the Gulf of Mexico off of Cozumel, we’ve done some racing (and more training) in 2010. And because we’re almost at the end of the race road, it’s time to start thinking about a celebration to commemorate the great year it’s been and the exciting 2011 that’s on the horizon. First, let’s get Nate, Angela & Kari home quickly from Ironman Cozumel next weekend.
Anticipating the end of the season, we’ve got a party planned. GREEN Coached Athlete Dave Brautigan has made arrangements to host us at his joint, Rocky Mountain Pizza, for some food, drink, banter & an NBC Kona-viewing partay. Details? See below:
WHEN: Saturday, December 18, 2010 – 3’30pm-6’30pm (or later)
WHERE: Rocky Mountain Pizza / 1005 Hemphill Ave, Atlanta, Georgia 30318 (404-876-8600)
COST: $5 per Person/Family (just a little donation towards the food & drink pot – if you’re bringing family, just $5 for all of you)
RSVP: Please CLICK HERE
Helping our Partners
We have a soon-to-be-announced partner coming on board for 2011. While it’s a little double-secret right now, what we can tell you is that the sponsor is in the GREEN family currently. We would like to help out our secret friend with some market research. If you’d be so inclined, please fill out this quick 3-minute survey by clicking HERE.
Speaking of Partners
We are thrilled to formally announce that All3Sports.com will continue to be a sponsor for the 2011 team. Morgan, Alex and the crew at All3 have been a critical component of the team’s success, providing the best in expertise, products and service this entire season. Over the course of the duration of 2010, we are looking to finalize our sponsors for the 2011 season. We have some exciting opportunities brewing, and we look forward to announcing them in the next couple of weeks.
Time for Thanks
During this time of thanks, I am particularly thankful for all of our athletes and what they bring to our Dynamo “table” as individuals and ultimately, to our team as a whole. Maria and I can see the vision we have of a community of a caring, passionate, respectful community of multisport athletes each day we step on deck or walk into the classroom. It’s in the words each of you exchanges with each other, it’s in your actions towards one another, it’s in your eyes while training and racing. Thank you for being you. Thank you for being GREEN. Thank you for being Dynamo Multisport.
Happy Thanksgiving…and as always…