TRILATINO TRIATHLON CLUB
We train, race and support each other as a family.
Welcome! We are a not-for-profit 501C3 recognized charity organization whose mission is to increase the participation of Latinos in triathlon and endurance sports, promote healthy lifestyles and uplift our communities. Whether you are looking to learn the ropes or to perfect your skills, we offer a training environment where athletes of all abilities and backgrounds can thrive together. We train, compete and celebrate our accomplishments as a family. No one ever gets left behind! We are an all-inclusive club welcoming all backgrounds and levels.
UPDATE: COVID-19 - Note from the President - TriLatino Adult Summer Season to Begin
Dear TriLatino Familia,
COVID-19 has changed the way we live, work and interact with one another. As many organizations across the nation evaluate how to best return we want to reassure our community that your health and wellness continues to be our number one priority. Following State and local guidelines we are taking new measures to revamp our program and offer a safe training environment. Over the past months the board has worked relentlessly with the coaches and it is with great joy that we announce that TriLatino is moving forward with a new hybrid summer season set to begin in July.
Preparing for a new hybrid season:
For the first time ever the Club will offer a combination of virtual and physical social distanced (SD) 16-week structured program that includes Strength, Yoga, Bike and Run. Unfortunately, pool swimming will not be option for the remainder of the year as pool have not been able to meet CDC guidelines.
Virtual Weekly Workouts:
For those of you who attend a social distance in-person training, we will offer a structured weekly workout that you can do in the comfort of your home or ideal controlled environment. Sessions will take place over Zoom.
To maintain CDC recommendations for physical distancing we are limiting in-person training sessions to 50% capacity. All individuals comfortable with meeting in-person will be instructed by coaches to maintain and adhere to social distancing. This will apply to a physical outdoor run and to the physical outdoor bike session. In some cases the coach will also have the ability to structure various waves to limit the number of individuals gathering at one time.
All individuals attending any in-person training sessions will be required to wear a facial covering over their nose and mouth when one is not able to maintain a 6-ft clearance. The CDC recommends the use of facial coverings to slow the spread of the virus and prevent transmission.
TriLatino has always prided itself on our human connections and the relationships built through the years as these years have brought us many memorable moments. It is for this reason that we will also kindly ask that, while we are in a group setting, that individuals refrain from hugging and/or giving high-fives. A new salute in the form of a shoe touch or elbow touch will be accepted but we ask that all other physical contact be kept to a minimum during practice times.
We continue to ask for your patience as we navigate through the remainder of the year. Above all, treat yourself and those around you with compassion as it is needed at this time. We are excited to see many of your warm faces and smiles again even in this limited capacity. Should you have any immediate questions, please feel free to reach out to the organization through email@example.com.
Quick update on our Juniors program - our top priority equally is also the safety and well-being of our students, volunteers, partners, staff and the communities we serve. The TriLatino Juniors program for 2020 morphed from a physical training program to one of mental health and home-life support until it can return to a physical outdoor training when the school-year resumes. The juniors committee continues to monitor and follow the directions of the schools and facilities and are in contact with weekly zoom calls with students and discussions with school administrators.