Fawn Williams and Heather Fisher pose together at the Peach Classic in August

Tri club bids adieu for the season

Coach of the Tri Club thanks community, sponsors and athletes.

  • Oct. 15, 2013 10:00 a.m.

Well, another season has come and gone and our little club had a successful one. We had the pleasure of getting to know a few new members, as well as welcoming back our beloved past members.

As a coach, I had the pleasure of working with one of our newest members to get ready for her first triathlon while others worked on different aspects of their training, race prep, and having fun along the way. I also got to work with my husband again this year to help him reach his racing goals, which he did very well.

I have to put a HUGE thank you to all of our sponsors as well, we couldn’t operate as well as we do without the generous support we receive.

We couldn’t do it without you all: sponsors, athletes and community.

A very hearty thank you from The Cariboo Triathlon Club!

Kindest regards,

Stacy Osmond

Cariboo Tri Club


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