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Our Premier Sponsor the JCC of Central NJ is offering some great swim clinics offered by Hall of Fame Swimmer, author and World Master’s Record Holder Karlyn Pipes in the month of May. A great opportunity to learn or improve … Continue reading
What an amazing group of people we had turn out for our club event at the Nav-e-Sink Or Swim Festival. Thanks everyone for attending!
Event: Nav-e-Sink or Swim Date: Saturday June 1st, 2013 Time: 1.2 mile @ 7:30am, 2.4 mile @ 8:15am Location: Victory Park, Rumson, NJ Our next major club event is upon us at the Nav-e-Sink or Swim Festival. Come out and … Continue reading
Event: Nav-e-Sink or Swim Distance Festival Date: June 1st, 2013 Time: Race events start at 8:00am Location: Victory Park, Rumson, NJ Just a reminder to our members that June 1st, 2013 is our next major club event, the Nav-e-sink or … Continue reading
THIS PROGRAM IS NOW FULL!! Thank you for everyone who showed interest in the program. See you at the pool! Tri 4 Fun Training and RWJ Fitness & Wellness are sponsoring a Swim clinic to help Central Jersey Tri Club … Continue reading
I’m sure it has been a long a suspenseful day for many a triathlete who have been waiting for the results. But it is official, the New York Ironman U.S. Championship will take place in its entirety which will include … Continue reading
CJTC has only a few events and activities planned for the month of August due to many members being on vacation at this time. Here is a list of two group events we have planned for August; Friday 8/10 9:45am … Continue reading
Greetings CJTC Members, The countdown has begun and it is nearly five more days until our largest CJTC event of the year. You have all been swimming smooth, pedaling fast and running hard to get yourselves in shape for the … Continue reading
As triathletes, we spend a lot of time in the water training and racing. At the Patriot Half last weekend a friend of CJTC saved a “silent drowning victim”. This article explains how “Drowning doesn’t look like drowning” and what … Continue reading