AIRBORNE TRI TEAM INC wrote -
Airborne Tri Team is proud to be a premier charity partner of the 2017 IRONMAN European Championship in Frankfurt, Germany. By joining Airborne Tri Team you’ll be part of a awesome fundraising team. 100% of every dollar you raise will be invested directly in our veterans. Give your 100% and we’ll give ours!
Official Airborne Tri Team, including tri kit
Pre-race night before pasta dinner
Training and nutrition tips from an IRONMAN Certified Coach
Airborne Tri Team has a limited number of guaranteed spots available for a fundraising minimum of $3,700.
We hope you will join us!
To learn more, visit our website www.airbornetriteam.org or contact our team at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Mainova IRONMAN European Championship course in Frankfurt is one of the most spectator-dense bike courses on the IRONMAN race circuit. It also boasts one of the most historical finish lines in the sport, ending in the heart of the old city. Visitors to the area can enjoy visting historical places such as the Römer, Paulskirche (Church), Frankfurt Zoological Garden, Goethe Museum, the old Opera House, several museums, and Alt Sachsenhausen.
The mission of Airborne Tri Team is to provide inclusive sports and fitness activities for wounded and war veterans. Airborne Tri Team is a program that utilizes mentoring and the therapeutic principals inherent in sports to foster positive personal, social, and physical growth in addition to a better quality of life. Endurance sports summons people whose mantra is based on the things they believe they can do. The military instills in their service men and women a core sense of discipline, a "never quit" attitude, and a collegial spirit. Endurance sports offers a similar tack, helping veterans engage in a whole body approach through working out and working through whatever pain they may have. Preparing to compete and actually participating in a race can be a highly therapeutic, emotional event and an unbelievably healing experience. It is a wonderful, uplifting experience. It's often not about racing per se but rather about all of the physical effort and mental preparation. This all serves to help veterans improve their lifestyle, curtail a debilitating attitude towards life, and pursue a purpose that translates into a positive outlook overall. The ultimate goal of each veteran is to become an Ironman.