28 May

Volunteers Needed For Triathlon – Last Weekend of August

2009-05-28_2The Cranberry Trifest (formerly Cranberry Country Triathlon) will be on Saturday & Sunday, August 29 & 30, 2009.  The site is the Ted Williams Camp, with entrances off Precinct Street and MA Route 18 in Lakeville, MA.  A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Ted Williams Camp.  Other beneficiaries include the Kiwanis of Bridgewater.

The sprint will be on Saturday and will consist of a 0.5 mile swim, a 12 mile bike, and a 3.1 mile run starting at 9:00 AM.  The kids duathlon will follow the sprint (distance TBD).  The intermediate distance triathlon (0.8 mile swim/24.9 mile bike/6.2 mile run) will be on Sunday at 8:00 AM.  The event coordinator donates to ham groups who help out!  If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Antone D. Duarte, Jr., N1XRS or Edward A. Caron, KA1RSY.

28 May

Volunteers Needed For Triathlon – Sunday, September 20th

2009-05-28_3The Buzzards Bay Triathlon (a Max Performance event) will be on Sunday, September 20, 2009.  The site is Demarest Lloyd State Park on Barney’s Joy Road in Dartmouth, MA.  The sprint is a 1/3 mile swim, 14.7 mile bike and 3.1 mile run.  If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Antone D. Duarte, Jr., N1XRS or Edward A. Caron, KA1RSY.

  • Find out more about this event by visiting the official Max Performance web site.
  • Communications information can be found on the N1XRS.net /events directory listing.
28 May

Volunteers Needed For Triathlon – Saturday, June 20th

2009-05-28The Patriot Triathlon will be on Saturday, June 20, 2009 and starts at 7:00AM.  The site is Cathedral Camp, located at 167 Middleboro Road in East Freetown, MA on the shores of Long Pond.  A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Cathedral Camp day camp for disadvantaged children.  Other beneficiaries include the Kiwanis of Bridgewater, Whitman Food Pantry and EMS of Acushnet.  The Patriot Triathlon is also a designated race in the American Cancer Society’s Charity Runner Program.

The event includes a 1.2 mile swim, 58.3 mile bike (2 loops) and 13.1 mile run.  The first wave will go off at 7:00 AM.  Cut-off times for each leg of the race are as follows.  All swimmers must be out of the water by 8:45AM.  All bikers must be off the course by 1:00PM. All runners must be off the course by 4:30PM.  All volunteers are invited to enjoy the post-race catered meal at no additional charge.  The event coordinator donates to ham groups who help out!  If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Antone D. Duarte, Jr., N1XRS or Edward A. Caron, KA1RSY.