We hope you're using the fine weather to get in some training for the Tri for a Cure. There are several clinics and training opportunities coming up:
In this one-hour class, participants will learn about transition flow between swim-bike-run, how to set up a transition station, safety and USAT rules. Ample time will be provided for Q&A.
We are accepting grant applications from now until July 22nd to fund additional Cancer Patient Navigators in Maine with grant awards up to $164,000 over a three year period.
Portland, Maine. The Milad B. Tri for a Cure Pickleball Tournament, named in honor of Milad Bozorgnia, welcomed 54 players to the center court at Deering High School on June 4th. The group beat their previous fundraising record, with more than $3,000 collected to support the Tri for a Cure and Maine Cancer Foundation.
It's always fun to find out that our support materials are helpful - and award-winning!
A special thank-you to the kind folks at Burgess Advertising & Marketing who design our annual Triathlete guide. We just learned that last year's guide won a Golden Arrow Award from the Maine Public Relations Council.