The DC Triathlon Club welcomes all Washington D.C. area triathletes, young and old, veteran and novice.
The DC Triathlon Club places a strong emphasis on community. It’s about coming together with the simple mission of fostering camaraderie among local multisport athletes and building the interest in multisport throughout the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. Nevertheless, we realize that there are groups within our membership that want to get together and connect on a different level. We encourage these groups to form around regional areas, speed groups, or special interests. While these might be sub-groups of the general club membership, we will NOT allow any groups to form that are about discrimination toward another segment of the membership or population. Anyone will be able to opt-in to any of these groups for updates and news about the groups even if they do not specifically fit into that community group.
To form a group send an email to the Director of Community Development & Outreach at firstname.lastname@example.org. Provide a brief description of the group that you want to form, including: what kind of a group you would like to form (eg. geographic, special interest, other); the goals of your group; and what sort of events you’re interested in holding (training, social, other).
DC Tri Club Community Groups
TriOut LGBT Group – A community group of the club’s gay, lesbian, bisexual, & transgender (LGBT) members and their friends looking to train, socialize and interact together.
MoCo Mafia – A community group of the club’s members who live or work in Montgomery County, MD.
Mod2Slow Pace Group – A community group of the multi-sport athletes who swim, bike, or run at a moderate to slower pace.
Capitol Hill Community Group – A neighborhood group for club members who live, work, or play on Capitol Hill.
Fairfax Alexandria Arlington Springfield Triathletes (FAAST) – A neighborhood group for club members who live, work, or play in the Fairfax Alexandria Arlington Springfield area.