CB&I Triathlon Group Training starts next week

The OutRival Racing 12- Week Group Training Program for the CB&I Triathon starts next week. Our kick-off meeting for those already registered as well as those interested in joining is this Saturday at 10am at Villa Sport (https://www.villasport.com/tw/). Information about our program is listed below and will be explained at the kick-off meeting. Email us if you have any questions!






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Bill Crews Remission Run 5K

Curtis Hooper (left)
Curtis Hooper and Friend
The REMISSION RUNbegan as a way to celebrate non-Hodgkin lymphoma survivor Bill Crews' 5 year anniversary of remission. He discovered he was in remission at the end of January 2004, but because his disease is currently "incurable" he had to continue more than two years of treatments. Following those treatments, Bill returns regularly to MD Anderson Cancer Center for check ups with his lymphoma doctor, Rick Hagemeister. Bill is a marathoner and triathlete. He is a USAT certified coach and Ironman finisher as well. He credits the strength of his faith, his family and his doctor with his survival.
100% of the proceeds of The Bill Crews Remission Run are donated to the Hagemeister Research Fund. Through this fund, thelymphoma tissue bankwas established to provide tumor data to researchers at MD Anderson and outside institutions as well. Researchers use this data to develop better therapies which will lead to the cure for blood cancers and other malignancies. Your participation in this race is a way for you to use your healthy body to aid the cause of eliminating cancer.
Over 300 runners came out for the third Annual Remission Run.OutRival Racing athletes Blake Henning, Curtis Hooper and George Roffe raced the Remission Run this last weekend. All three of these athletes are preparing for Ironman Texas and used this 5K as a training race.
Curtis ran a super speedy 19:08 to finish 1st place in the 40-44 age group and 6th overall while George had a very solid performance to place 6th in the 45-49 age group in 27:46. Blake ran the 5K in 22:47, or 7:20 min/mile average. Blake finished on the podium with a 3rd place finish in the 50-54 Age Group. Congratulations!
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Archive for 09 February, 2011

The OutRival Racing 12- Week Group Training Program for the CB&I Triathon starts next week. Our kick-off meeting for those already registered as well as those interested in joining is this Saturday at 10am at Villa Sport (https://www.villasport.com/tw/). Information about our program is listed below and will be explained at the kick-off meeting. Email us if you have any questions!






Curtis Hooper (left)
Curtis Hooper and Friend
The REMISSION RUNbegan as a way to celebrate non-Hodgkin lymphoma survivor Bill Crews' 5 year anniversary of remission. He discovered he was in remission at the end of January 2004, but because his disease is currently "incurable" he had to continue more than two years of treatments. Following those treatments, Bill returns regularly to MD Anderson Cancer Center for check ups with his lymphoma doctor, Rick Hagemeister. Bill is a marathoner and triathlete. He is a USAT certified coach and Ironman finisher as well. He credits the strength of his faith, his family and his doctor with his survival.
100% of the proceeds of The Bill Crews Remission Run are donated to the Hagemeister Research Fund. Through this fund, thelymphoma tissue bankwas established to provide tumor data to researchers at MD Anderson and outside institutions as well. Researchers use this data to develop better therapies which will lead to the cure for blood cancers and other malignancies. Your participation in this race is a way for you to use your healthy body to aid the cause of eliminating cancer.
Over 300 runners came out for the third Annual Remission Run.OutRival Racing athletes Blake Henning, Curtis Hooper and George Roffe raced the Remission Run this last weekend. All three of these athletes are preparing for Ironman Texas and used this 5K as a training race.
Curtis ran a super speedy 19:08 to finish 1st place in the 40-44 age group and 6th overall while George had a very solid performance to place 6th in the 45-49 age group in 27:46. Blake ran the 5K in 22:47, or 7:20 min/mile average. Blake finished on the podium with a 3rd place finish in the 50-54 Age Group. Congratulations!