MOMentum was created by a triathlete and new mom, Christine Kasturi, for women wanting to connect with each other and share a passion for fitness, goal setting, friendly competition, and raising a family. MOMentum connects women with the community of multisport!
Get involved this Spring and Summer:
Triathlon Training Camp: May 3-4
Get ready to race! This 2-day one-of-a-kind event features workshops, yoga, running, planning your race year, shopping and more! Each participant also receives a full fitness assessment and nutrition analysis. The $199 registration includes all sessions, food, and entry into the Dip, Ride, Run Chocolate Triathlon ($110 value).
Friday, May 3: 3-8pm – Fitness Assessment and Swim Workshop at the Terwillegar Rec Center
Saturday, May 4: 8am-4pm – Camp Workshops at United Cycle, Edmonton
For info and to register click here.
Your MOMent: June 2 – August 25
This FREE 12-week ‘virtual training plan’ is designed to take you across the finish line of the Dip, Ride, Run Chocolate Triathlon. With monthly emails, training plans, nutrition tips, and gear info, it’s everything you need to be ready for race day! It’s all online and accessible by you anytime. Are you ready to make 2013 your MOMent? Register here.
Dip, Ride, Run Chocolate Triathlon: August 25th
Love chocolate? This one-of-a-kind race is for those who love chocolate and love to race! The race is a Sprint Triathlon (750m swim, 20km bike, 5km run) and is open to women, men, and teams. The grand prize is a white gold chocolate diamond pendant!
Date: Sunday August 25, 2013
Location: Terwillegar Rec Center
Race Start Time: 8:30am
Entry Fees: $90 ATA members ($110 non-members), $160/team
Early bird registration is now open for 2013! For info and to register click here.
A portion of all race entry fees for 2013 will go to support the Zebra Child Protection Centre. Established in 2002, the Centre collaborates with multi-disciplinary team members to improve the lives of children who have suffered abuse. Did you know that the Zebra Centre sees over 600 cases of child abuse a year in Edmonton?