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NYC Triathlon

2014 New York City Triathlon

Aug. 3, 2014


Join this teamThis year’s team is now forming. To join our 2014 New York City Triathlon Stroke Challenge team, please submit an application. 

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“I race to improve stroke prevention, outcomes, and education.”

—Dr. W. Alvin McElveen, Neurologist

National Stroke Association is a 2014 charity partner of the New York City Triathlon and will support a team of athletes while they run, swim and bike through New York City. By participating as a member of the 2014 New York City Triathlon Stroke Challenge team, you’ll have the opportunity to support compelling education and programs focused on prevention, treatment, rehabilitation and support for all impacted by stroke.

This year, we’re offering NEW team benefits:

  • Guaranteed entry into the 2014 New York City Triathlon Stroke Challenge team
  • National Stroke Association Stroke Challenge team dry-fit shirt
  • Access to discounted hotel location in New York City
  • Opportunity to gain fundraising based incentives, such as official Stroke Challenge team apparel
  • Opportunity to participate in honor of your own experience or that of a loved one touched by stroke
  • Access to National Stroke Association’s personal fundraising website to set up your online fundraising page

To join our 2014 New York City Triathlon Stroke Challenge team, please submit an application.

Already have a spot in the triathlon, but still want to join the Stroke Challenge team? Pledge to raise at least $500 for National Stroke Association and you’re on the team! The deadline to join the team and receive a shirt is July 1, 2014. You can still join us after this date, but will not guarantee a shirt.

Team Member Responsibilities

  • Meet or exceed the fundraising minimum by Sept. 30, 2014
  • Coordinate and purchase all travel and hotel arrangements
  • Payment of any race associated fees


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