My name is Hector Torres. I am the Head Coach with Tri Peak Athlete and the Central Florida Tri Club. Since 2018, I have been working with Intellectual Disable Athletes on developing them into the Triathlon sport within Florida. Since we have began, it has grown tremendously! The program started with four athletes and now we have 16 athletes. Our goal is to have at least 40 athletes on the starting line on the USA Games in 2022 held here in Orlando, FL. From these games, we will select the team that will represent us at the 2023 games in Berlin, Germany!
Chris Nikic, was one of the first group. One of his greatest accomplishments was completing Ironman Florida. #anythingispossible
With small steps we are changing the world and allowing the athletes with Intellectual Disabilities to be included in every sport! #inclusion
We know that the triathlon sport is very expensive; therefore, I need your help! I am collecting wetsuits, bikes, bike trainers and sneakers for these athletes. If you will like to donate and help this cause, I will greatly appreciate it!
You can donate them at:
Tri Peak Athelte
617 Virginia Dr. Orlando, FL 32803
Help me, help these athletes make a difference!
If you will like to donate wetsuits, bikes, or bike trainers. Please reach out to me.
Go Fund Me:
For more information, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 321-443-0073
Congratulations to all of the athletes who raced today in Haines City 70.3 and Ron Jon Cocoa Beach Sprint Triathlon!
Ron Jon Sprint
Haines City 70.3
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Come join the largest Triathlon Club in Central Florida and the most structured club in the Nation! All level of athletes are welcome: beginner, intermediate, advanced and physically challenged. We have a group of USA Triathlon experienced coaches to help you achieve your goals. Coached sessions held 7 days a week.
Enclose you will find the schedule for this week. Monday is a day off, therefore, no endurance training. I can not emphasize the importance on getting your Run After The Bike. If you do not do them, how do you expect to do it during a race.
We will have group leads for the rides. I will not be present as I will be competing on Saturday!
Keep up the good work and I will see you all during the week!
It is race week! Therefore, pay close attention to the schedule. If you are racing, I encourage to do all of your swims in open water. If you haven’t been swimming and feel a bit uneasy, please spend at lease 20 min a day in the water and focus on drills.
Enclosed you will find the schedule:
You still have time to order your Jerseys. Last day will be Wednesday!
Warm up: 400 free 200 kick 6 x 50 drill with 15 sec recovery Drill: Single arm fist drill – If you have a snorkel use it. 100 easy pull
Main set: Endurance workout with a few pick ups – 10 x 100 as 75 mod / 25 tempo with 15 sec recovery. Keep the same time on all 10 100 easy pull no paddles – 10 x 75 as 50 mod / 25 tempo with 10 sec recovery. Keep the same time on all 10 100 easy pull no paddles – 10 x 50 as 25 mod / 25 tempo with 5 sec recovery. Keep the same time on all 10
Congratulations to all of the athletes who raced this weekend!
Claire P – BQ!
Jeff M. – 1st Place
Ana – 1st Place
Erika – 1st Place
Sergio – First Race
Thank you to all of the volunteers who helped out yesterday at the Special Olympics Clinic! It was a huge success!
Haines City 70.3 – April 18, 2021
We are two weeks of Haines City 70.3. If you are racing, this is taper week! So exciting! We are going back to racing! We will have a tent out there! So, please show up to support and cheer if you are not racing!
We are trying to ride together as a team and grow the club. We want you to have a cycling jersey that matches the team when we ride on the weekends. Please purchase it today. This Sunday is the last day to order.