Finding Relay Teammates

For me, learning how triathlons worked by participating on a relay was the perfect introduction to the sport. I was very comfortable with swimming (not at all comfortable biking or running) and was terribly anxious about what the transition area would be like. By doing just a bit of the race, I was able to see for myself how it would all play out so if and when I decided to do a full triathlon (I did, obviously!) I would feel more comfortable.

If you aren’t sure where to start, or you’re looking for really great teammates, HyVee has started a new relay match-up service you can check out called TriMatchUp. Click here to sign up!

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