The New Balance Falmouth Road Race will celebrate its 44th running in 2016 and the spirit which made the first Falmouth so special is still present today. More than 12,000 runners will gather in Woods Hole for the 2016 renewal, including many of the world’s elite, though the essence of the event will always remain a fun run. Back-of-the-pack joggers share the road with the best, forming a tapestry of colors from the start on Water Street to the finish at the beach in Falmouth Heights.
The EYBL is a one of a kind basketball league that features the top youth basketball players in the country competing for ONE Championship Title. 40 teams from 27 states and Canada fly from coast to coast to compete in four regular season events during the spring and summer months. The top 24 teams from those tournaments then compete for the title of “EYBL Champion” at EYBL finals at Peach Jam that takes place at the end of the summer. Teams are comprised of the highest level players from their corresponding city, featuring numerous players ranked in the upper echelon of their graduating class.
The EYBL is only for the best of the best.
XTERRA is on a mission to produce the most recognizable, enjoyable, root slipping, mud hopping, tree ducking, river crossing, hill climbing, dirt on your shirt, sweat in your eye trail runs and triathalons this side of Grandma’s house!
More than 100 races across the U.S. comprise the XTERRA Trail Run and Triathalon Series. These offer age group athletes the opportunity to become regional champions. They also crown National Champions in Ogden, Utah and World Champions in Hawaii.
Along the way XTERRA Trail Runs and Triathalons give back to the community by involving not-for-profits as beneficiaries at our events. Grab a pair of trail runners and join us in the great outdoors.
On June 12, 2016, triathletes from around the globe will descend on San Francisco for one chance to attempt the impossible – ESCAPE from Alcatraz. The Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon attracts World Champions, Olympic Medalists and the best amateur triathletes from 50 states and over 40 countries. They will put their endurance to the ultimate test as they take on San Francisco’s legendary Bay, steep hills, and rugged terrain. Consistently ranked as a favorite event among Triathletes, this event draws thousands each summer to find out who has what it takes to ESCAPE!
The sport of triathlon dates back to the 1970s with roots in San Diego, California and Honolulu, Hawaii. In these early years, swim, bike and run athletic workouts took place regularly, and grew organically into events in both cities. From there, the sport caught on internationally and in the years to follow, triathlon races started to pop up around the globe. Triathlons were growing in popularity, and by the early 1980s the sport had made its way to San Francisco where two iconic San Francisco Bay Area races (the Alcatraz Swim and the Dipsea Race) were connected with a bike ride over the Golden Gate Bridge, creating the start of the Alcatraz Triathlon Challenge evolution.
Since the first race in 1981, the Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon has enticed top professional and amateur triathletes to attempt the impossible – ESCAPE from Alcatraz Island. The mystique of Alcatraz Island is part of the attraction that draws more than 2,000 triathletes to San Francisco year after year. The prison was home to more than 1,545 prisoners during its existence as a federal penitentiary from 1934-1963. Famous inmates include Al Capone, George “Machine Gun” Kelly, Henry Young and Robert Stroud “Birdman of Alcatraz.” Perhaps the most famous “Escape from Alcatraz” was that of Frank Lee Morris, who was the brilliant mastermind of one of the most legendary prison escapes in history. Morris and two others escaped from Alcatraz on June 11, 1962, and they were never to be seen again. The mystique of the location and the riskiness of the course, most significantly the challenging open water swim in sub average water conditions, continue to draw competitors wanting to achieve bragging rights.
The 2016 Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon features a 1.5-mile swim from Alcatraz Island to the shores of the St. Francis Yacht Club, a grueling 18-mile bike ride, and a demanding 8-mile run through the trails of the Golden Gate Recreational Area. Set against the natural beauty of San Francisco, this thrilling triathlon is a virtual postcard of the City by the Bay.
Several similar races have come and gone since the early 1980s, but in its 35th year, the Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon continues to grow and remain a bucket list race for triathletes from around the world. From Olympian Barb Linquist, Simon Lessing and six-time winner Andy Potts, to Ironman Champions Mirinda Carfrae, Chris McCormack and Michellie Jones, the world’s top triathletes have competed in this legendary race.
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As a founding partner of the CPSDA, Muscle Milk shares in the philosophy and goals of the CPSDA in helping serve the needs of the athlete and helping the CPSDA fulfill its mission.
The Collegiate and Professional Sports Dietitians Association (CPSDA) represents the vast majority of advanced practice registered dietitians in the United States who work full-time with athletes in colleges, professional sports, Olympic training centers, the U.S. Military and in law enforcement. CPSDA’s member-driven national not-for-profit organization speaks with one voice on behalf of America’s leading sports dietitians and is founded on the fundamental “food first” principle that “whole foods are the best fuel,” and that athletic programs operating at every level of competition will best serve their athletes when employing the full-time services of a sports dietitian.
Muscle Milk and the CPSDA have partnered on initiatives to help support the growth of Dietitians and the educational platform around nutrition for athletes and coaches.
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Mike Boyle is widely known as one of the foremost experts in the field of Strength & Conditioning. Mike has worked with top professional and college athletes and teams, as well as providing his experience and knowledge to high school athletes throughout the world.
Mike Boyle’s Strength and Conditioning facilities in the Boston area provide some of the most comprehensive performance enhancement training, reconditioning and personal training in the nation. MBSC’s results- driven approach covers every aspect necessary to achieve your goals, whether they involve sports performance, weight loss, or a healthier lifestyle with a wealth of knowledge from an experienced staff.
Muscle Milk has been an elite nutritional partner with MBSC since 2014.
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Jay Glazer and his staff are devoted to conditioning the mind and body of their clients so that they are prepared to fight in whatever endeavor they pursue. The amenities at UPC fully cater to their clients’ needs with unique equipment and access to certified and medical experts. The variety of training available is customized by highly experienced coaches and trainers with a wealth of knowledge and experience in professional sports. Nutrition and recovery are not overlooked, which is why this exclusive performance center is quickly being recognized throughout the world.
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Founded in 2007 by Olympic legend Michael Johnson, MJP is a state or the art performance and training facility Located in McKinney, Texas just outside of Dallas. The training programs at MJP use the same fundamentals and techniques that brought Michael record-breaking success in his career and are designed to help athletes of all levels achieve their best.
Michael Johnson is committed to providing his coaches and athletes with the latest tools and technology available and at CytoSport we know that fueling and nutrition are key contributors to performance, so we partnered with MJP soon after their opening to provide quality nutrition and recovery products to help their athletes reach their goals.
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Brett Fischer is a renowned Licensed Physical Therapist, Certified Athletic Trainer and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist who provides training and physical therapy for athletes of all levels at his facility in Phoenix, AZ.
Brett’s approach to training and treatment stems from a total body and functional viewpoint. Their highly skilled and professional medical team finds and treats the source of dysfunction and pain, not just the symptoms. Brett is currently the staff Physical Therapist with the Arizona Cardinals and he is a regular contributor to national periodicals such as ESPN the Magazine, Sports Illustrated, USA Today and the New York Times.
CytoSport provides all nutrition and recovery products used at the Fischer Institute and have been trusted by Brett Fischer as the sole provider since 2001.