Inaugural Regional TriClub Championship kicks off in Puerto Rico
The inaugural IRONMAN 70.3 Pan American TriClub Championship was hosted by the IRONMAN 70.3 Puerto Rico recently, kicking off the first qualifying event for the 2017 TriClub Championship.
Champions were crowned among five divisions based on the overall number of members in each club, pictured below.
More than 120 clubs, which included over 450 members participated in this year’s event, making Puerto Rico a fantastic TriClub championship experience.
First introduced in 2012, the IRONMAN TriClub Program was designed to help clubs drive membership, provide networking opportunities, and create a sense of friendly competition.
The Regional TriClub Championship series was launched in 2014 with the Asia Pacific TriClub Championship taking place at IRONMAN Australia. In September 2015, the inaugural European TriClub Championship took place at IRONMAN 70.3 Pula, in Croatia.
Clubs from regions around the world can also compete against each other at a Regional Championship events in the newly-announced IRONMAN 70.3 Asian Championship in Hefei, China.
Congratulations to the winning clubs from the IRONMAN Pan American TriClub Championship:
Division I (300+ members or national club)
1st place – QT2 Systems – National Team
Division II (176-299 members)
1st place – Boca Raton Triathletes – Florida
Division III (76-175 members)
1st place – Iron Isla Puerto Rico – Puerto Rico
Division V (1-25 members)
1st place – Kis Performance Team – New York
Division IV (26-75 members)
1st place – Big Boss Tri Club – Puerto Rico
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