Mission Statement

Our mission is to promote friendly competition and a healthy lifestyle through training and competition in the sport of triathlon."

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History

The Texas A&M Triathlon Team was founded in the Fall of 2003 with a membership of just over 10 students. The team has grown steadily into one of the largest collegiate triathlon teams in the nation. 

 

Members include both undergraduate and graduate students with a love for the sport of triathlon. Our athletes compete all over the United States and at all levels of ability.  Some members join the team without ever having raced a triathlon, while others are veterans with Ironman finishes. 

 

Whatever experience a member has, we have the resources to help become better and faster. And most importantly, there's no shortage of good times. We offer beginner-friendly educational sessions to aid any new members and help any transitions into the sport.

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In addition to bringing beginners to the sport of triathlon, the team's focus every year is representing Texas A&M at the USAT Collegiate National Championships. In 2015, our men's team placed 3rd for the combined olympic and draft legal scores. In 2017 the women won 4th for that score. In 2016 and 2017, the team accomplished an overall 4th place finish! 

 

We are constantly seeking out new talent to help us get closer to the top step of the podium! 

men

In 2015, the Men's Team placed 3rd overall with Scott Wilkinson placing 19th in the olympic race and Michael Arishita placing 12th in the draft legal race.

Highest Placing at Nationals
women

In 2017, the Women's Team placed 4th overall with Lauren Lewis placing 9th in the olympic and Courtney Saxton placing 6th in the draft legal race.

Highest Placing at Nationals
overall

In both 2016 and 2017, the team placed 4th overall for the combined olympic and draft legal scoring.

Highest Placing at Nationals
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