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On July 20, 2009, 19-year-old Matt Scarpati was riding on the Wantagh State Bike Path. At about 7:30 pm a drunk and speeding motorcyclist, racing northbound on the Wantagh Parkway, left the parkway and struck and killed Matt. The sculpture, "Celebrate Life" that is in Cedar Creek Park, was born from a ghost bike that was presented to the Scarpati Family, as they fought for the guard rails that now create a barrier along the 4.5 miles of bike path that runs south of Merrick Road to the Jones Beach Theatre.
We support young athletes through scholarships, training programs and through support of athletics at Sunrise Day Camp - a free day camp for children with cancer and their healthy siblings. We have never forgotten how important MADD and the Victim Services were to us and to many others. MADD supported us in court and showed us how to navigate the painful periods. These services are free of charge, but nothing is truly free. Therefore, we continue to support MADD.
The Program consists of six training sessions conducted on MOSTLY Sunday afternoons (3:00 PM to 4:30 PM) from July 16 through August 21. PLEASE NOTE: THE FIRST SESSION ONLY MEETS ON A SATURDAY, JULY 16! Thereafter, all dates are Sundays and the second session meets on Sunday July 24!!!
The program is led by the Program Director Laura Ryan and her staff of experienced triathlon coaches.
All training sessions are at Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park, 2 Shore Avenue, Oyster Bay. Participants will learn correct form in swimming, biking and running, proper nutrition, hydration, proper footwear, apparel, bike accessories, etc., and the importance of training in an educational and FUN setting.
Participants must be ages 8 to 13 and must able to swim 25 yards unattended (without floatation devices) and be able to comfortably ride a 2 wheel bike (that is in good working order) in order to participate in the Junior Triathlon Training Program.
Sundays from 3:00 to 4:30 PM - PLEAE NOTE: FIRST SESSION ONLY MEETS ON A SATURDAY!, JULY 16!
Please email head coach Laura Ryan at firstname.lastname@example.org
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You may be eligible for a discount off of registration! If you have a family GLIRC membership and your child is on that membership, you will receive $5 off of your registration fee!
If more than one of your children is participating in this clinic, you will pay just $60 per child ($20 off registration per child. Use coupon code MULTI at checkout, but you must register two or more children residing in your household at once.
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