REV3, the family-friendly triathlon series, rolled through Old Orchard Beach, Maine, this past weekend. In addition to the usual events – including the always-popular Endless Pool demo swims – the weekend featured particularly spirited tributes to the continued fight against ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s disease. Team REV3 triathlete Jen Small did the ‘Blazeman Roll’ at this weekend’s
THANK YOU to all at the participants, volunteers, and staff for a successful Triathlon at Old Orchard Beach in 2014! Stay tuned for your FREE Finish Line photos and swim, bike, run photos. Finisher results at http://rev3tri.com/maine/results-me/2014-results/ RE-LIVE the 2014 race experience at http://rev3live.com/maine-2014 PRIZE PURSE CHAMPS: TOP 5 WOMEN – Olympic-REV 1st Karen Smyers 02:14:13 = $500
Event coverage can be found at www.rev3live.com. With streaming finish line webcam, cheer your friends and family triathletes from home!
Returning from a successful event in Wisconsin Dells, REV3 Maine is right around the corner! Here you will find some important race weekend details, including our Official Athlete Guide, wetsuit rentals, and more weekend fun. We hope everyone has safe travels and we will see you in Maine! Happy Training, The REV3 Triathlon Team http://rev3tri.com/maine/athletes-guide-me/welcome-to-revolution3-maine/
According to Triathlete Magazine, REV3 Maine Triathlon is one of the most beautiful races in the United States. I have raced the event 2 times and I would have to say it is a beautiful place to compete. This race will always be special to me because it was my first REV3 Triathlon win. Where to stay? Waves Oceanfront