Finish Lines

Finish lines are personal. Each and every one of us has a story that is to be celebrated at a finish line. Whether an athlete crosses first with banners, or crosses last, there is always something symbolic about them. They ARE a big deal, not just to the spectator, but to the athlete, who celebrates something sacred, that only he or she can own. It is a journey that started with a first step, lots of growth, failures, and ends with bang. Finish lines are to be respected by others and cherished by the finisher. That is why there are banners, lights, crowds, grandstands, music and announcers at finish lines. They are special.
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Relax, It's The Off Season.

The next few months are a time of holidays and time with family and friends. It is the time to celebrate 2017, NOT be in top shape and lay a foundation for a great 2018 season!
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Announcing our PA/Ohio Area Lecture Series!

PA/OH area lecture series presented by Coaches Amy Javens and Chris Gillin.
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So, Now What? - Eight Tips For Surviving The Post Race Letdown

The season is winding down and even over for most. For some, this is a relief, for others it is a bit of a “what do I do now” kind of feeling.
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2018 OUTRIVAL Team Applications

JOIN THE FASTEST GROWING TEAM IN THE NATION! http://www.outrivalracing.com/outrival-triathlon-team/
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ORR Beginner Triathlon Guide, Part 4 - The Bike!

Article 4 of the guide covers what you need to know and purchase to get started in cycling.
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ORR Beginner Triathlon Guide, Part 3 - The Swim!

Article 3 of beginner triathlon series covers how to conquer the swim!
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Cycling Immersion Weekend!

Come join us June 3rd-5th for our Cycling Immersion Weekend with Coaches Dawn and Heather.
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OutRival Racing Coaching Services

Overview of ORR Coaching Services!
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IRONMAN 70.3 Texas Bike Course Video and Overview

IRONMAN 70.3 Texas Bike Course Video and Overview
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Cycling
Finish lines are personal. Each and every one of us has a story that is to be celebrated at a finish line. Whether an athlete crosses first with banners, or crosses last, there is always something symbolic about them. They ARE a big deal, not just to the spectator, but to the athlete, who celebrates something sacred, that only he or she can own. It is a journey that started with a first step, lots of growth, failures, and ends with bang. Finish lines are to be respected by others and cherished by the finisher. That is why there are banners, lights, crowds, grandstands, music and announcers at finish lines. They are special.
The next few months are a time of holidays and time with family and friends. It is the time to celebrate 2017, NOT be in top shape and lay a foundation for a great 2018 season!
PA/OH area lecture series presented by Coaches Amy Javens and Chris Gillin.
The season is winding down and even over for most. For some, this is a relief, for others it is a bit of a “what do I do now” kind of feeling.
JOIN THE FASTEST GROWING TEAM IN THE NATION! http://www.outrivalracing.com/outrival-triathlon-team/
Article 4 of the guide covers what you need to know and purchase to get started in cycling.
Article 3 of beginner triathlon series covers how to conquer the swim!
Come join us June 3rd-5th for our Cycling Immersion Weekend with Coaches Dawn and Heather.
Overview of ORR Coaching Services!
IRONMAN 70.3 Texas Bike Course Video and Overview