Events / Training with us

 

12/10/16: Bluff Busters now have a group ride at 7:00 AM on Saturday mornings at Rock and Ride. Head over to their website or post on the BB Facebook page for more info! They are located at 601 3rd Street S. La Crosse, WI  54601  –> rideindoors.com

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To train with other members the best way to organize this is to post on the Bluff Busters Facebook page.

 

Tri season for most people is from May – October. It is common for people to take some time off from training after their last race of the year (a few weeks to a couple months). Winter months consist of master swim classes at the YMCA and a few 5k races (Winter Running Series). A few people have fat bikes to ride outside in the winter, but most train on the indoor trainer or do spinning sessions at the gym. You may be able to get a group together for run sessions with other members. Also, checkout Grand Bluff Running to see when they have group runs. Their  Facebook page is https://www.facebook.com/grandbluffrunning.

Posted spring 2016: We are starting Saturday bike / run bricks at 8AM from the parking lot near the beach at Lake Neshonoc, West Salem. This is on the west side of the lake at Swarthout park near Linda’s Bakery. For any new members that want to know exactly where we meet and how to get there, just ask on our FB page. There are sometimes people that swim at Neshonoc on Saturday / Sunday early in the morning also – around 5:30-6:30 AM. Bike / run bricks will move to Black River beach on Rose street in La Crosse starting in July since the water gets dirty in Neshonoc later in the year.

Indoor Ironman – posted 1/30/2016

YMCA’s indoor ironman begins February 1st, 2015. Sign up at the front desk of the north or south YMCA. Get your name and record your progress on a huge banner for all to see! This is a great way to start regaining some consistency and begin building the base.

Swim:
Winter:
YMCA North Tues/Thurs 5:00-6:00 am, Sun 9:00 am
YMCA La Crosse Tues/Thurs 5:00-6:00 am
check www.laxymca.org for other organized swim times

Masters Swimming

Begins February 16th

Wednesdays 7:00-8:00 p.m. YMCA North

Saturdays 8:00-9:00 a.m. YMCA La Crosse

YMCA’s Masters Swim winter program. All ability levels are welcome. Whether you can barely swim 25 yards, or you are looking to get faster, you will find others there to challenge you and an experienced coach to help you improve your technique. Sometimes practice ends with a super fun relay race!

Summer:
Lake Neshonoc beach, West Salem (see map here)
Tues and Thurs there are swim groups that meet between 5:30-6:30 am depending on who is swimming. Swim usually starts end of May depending on water temps and end August-September depending on water quality. Bike/Run training may also happen after swim.

Black River Beach:
Tues and Thurs there are swim groups that meet between 5:30-6:30 am depending on who is swimming. Meet in the parking lot. Starts early June and goes till fall as the moving water keeps the water quality later in the season then lake Neshonoc.

Bike:
Summer:
Group Ride: Wednesday nights at 6:30 PM. Usually starts from Myrick park at top shelter. Ride is a no drop that’s pace will adapt to who shows up, 1.5- 2 hrs. Ride will be easier on the weeks before the Thursday TT. We also have group rides on Saturdays / Sundays. If you have any questions contact Ron Rasque or post on our Facebook group.

Grab your pointy helmets, it’s time to start our bi-weekly time trials out on Brice Prairie (first one started 5/5/2016). Every OTHER Thursday night at 6:30 PM. Meet at Swarthout Park, Brice Prairie – W8020 County Rd ZB, Onalaska, WI 54650 (see map here). Race is two loops on a marked course for 20K (13.6 miles). Time trial is a timed event with racers starting every 30 seconds. This is a race against the clock with all levels and abilities welcome. First and third Thursdays each month are racetimes unless specified, dates will be posted before each race on the FB page. If you have any questions contact Mike Bouska or post on our Facebook group.

Next time trials: 6/2/2016, 6/16/16, 6/30/16

Time trial results from 5/19/216:
Paul Tepp: 32:25
Ed Broer: 40:07
Sridhar Hari: 42:14

 

Time trial results from 5/5/216:
Stephan Brunelle 35:13
Ron Rasque 36:23
Ed Broer 36:50
Sridhar Hari 41:41

Course Record:
Male: Mike Bouska 32:05
Female: Amy Cooper 38:23

Run:
Summer:
We will be having a group run on Tuesday morning at 5:15 am from the La Crosse YMCA. 45 minute easy run. If you have any questions contact Maggie Fournier or post on our Facebook group.
Running with the Running Club:
Saturdays, 6:30 a.m. from Downtown YMCA with Running Club. Tends to be faster runners, with a return trip to pick up the 7:00 a.m. runners (see below).

Saturdays, 7:00 a.m. from Downtown YMCA with Running Club. Miles vary from 3 up. Join River City Running Club to get their weekly emails for runs/mileages. www.rivercityrunningclub.org

Sundays, 7:30 a.m. at Mitchell Hall parking lot, across from the Eagle’s Nest at campus. Steady, always the same 6 mile run down Main Street to Riverside Park, along Front Street, through Houska Park, past the Brewery, through Viterbo and back to campus. (this run with Running Club)

Check blog posts, email, and most importantly Facebook posts as we will post weather cancellations, updates, along with Ad Hoc training sessions.
Trinona –> (Click here to register)

Super Sprint = Saturday, June 11, 2016. International and Sprint are on Sunday, June 12th.

Race weekend schedule for Trinona can be found here

Got Energy Triathlon –> (Click here to register)

June 19th, 2016

The 13th annual Got Energy Triathlon takes place in the beautiful Lake Neshonoc and surrounding West Salem neighborhood. It is a great fit for any ability, from beginners to elite. This event allows people to test their abilities at open water swimming, road cycling, and running. Athletes can complete individually or as teams.

Got Energy prices:

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1st Annual Canoe and DU –> (Click here to register)

Saturday, August 27th, 2016
The Y is excited to announce the first annual Canoe and Du event this summer. It will consist of a canoe triathlon (paddle, bike, walk/run), or a Duathlon (run, bike, run). The event will be beginner/family friendly and have awards / prizes.

Ironman 6 month training plan (Credit to ironman.com)

Past events:

Bluff Busters has an Aid station for the Grandad Half Marathon. This is Saturday, May 12th. Just let us know if you can volunteer, there is a post on the Facebook page.

Big thanks to Grand Bluff Running for hosting the gait analysis!GBsmall

Bring your running shoes! Local legend Tyler Heinz from Grand Bluff Running has generously offered to give our members some gait analysis. This should be a pretty cool benefit! Run a couple minutes and then hear how you can improve.
Starts at 6:30 PM February 16th 2016
GBR website: http://www.grandbluffrunning.com/
Address: 509 Main St, La Crosse, Wisconsin 54601

  • 4/16/16: Great weather for this weekend. Let’s do a group ride at 1:00 PM on Saturday from Myrick Park. 1 1/2 to 2 hour, NO-drop ride. Aerobic pace. Those who want to hammer can do the hills twice. Route will head up Bliss Rd and then head east from there.
  • Bluff Busters has an Aid station for the Grandad Half Marathon. This is Saturday, May 12th. Let just know if you can volunteer, there is a post on the Facebook page.
Improve your swim with video taping!
 
Swim a lap while getting videotaped above and underwater. Gain confidence and improve your swim form at the swim video taping clinic hosted by the Bluff Busters Tri Team. The Bluff Busters will tape you from multiple directions, review your form, and offer pointers and drills to help you improve your swim technique. All levels are welcome. It’s quick, painless, and you will learn a lot. Have you done this in the past? See if you have improved! You will receive custom training tips on improving your form for maximum efficiency in the water.
RSVP to bluffbusterstriteam@gmail.com
Thursday April 21st, 6:00 pm, La Crosse YMCA, 1140 Main St, La Crosse, WI

APRIL/MAY TRIATHLON SWIM CLASS

*Registration opens April 18th
YMCA- La Crosse Swim Clinic
Program Dates: April 28th-May 19th
Day: Thursdays
Time: 7:30-8:30pm
Location: YMCA-La Crosse – Pool
Family/Adult Member Fee: $20
YMCA- North Swim Clinic
Program Dates: April 26th-May 17th
Day: Tuesdays
Time: 7:00-8:00pm
Location: YMCA-North- Pool
Family/Adult Member Fee: $20
Please contact Brenda Maxwell (bmaxwell@laxymca.org) if you have any questions regarding the swim clinics.

 

Festival Foods Grandad Half Marathon –> (Click here to register)
Saturday May 7th, 2016

 

Bluff Buster Winter & Spring Events

  • Swim Taping

Monday, February 22, 7:00 p.m. YMCA North Pool

Tuesday, February 23, 6:00 p.m. YMCA La Crosse Pool

We got a new camera setup that records individual files to SD card. You swim a few laps, we tape it, Scott Cooper gives some immediate feedback on the pool deck and within a couple days we’ll send you your own video file for playback on your computer. This makes it easy for you to compare your own form to that of the many videos of perfect swim stroke available on the internet.

  • Run Form

Tuesday, February 16, 6:30 p.m. Grand Bluff Running

Bring your running shoes! Local legend Tyler Heinz from Grand Bluff Running has generously offered to give our members some gait analysis. This should be a pretty cool benefit! Run a couple minutes and then hear how you can improve.

  • Bike Position

Which do you prefer in April, a Thursday or a Sunday? We need your feedback!

Thursday after 3:00 p.m.

Sunday after 3:30 p.m.

We’ll have a few bike trainers available. Bring your bike and get some footage of your position. Mike Bouska will give you some pointers on where you may be able to make adjustments to get some free speed. Within a few days we’ll send you your footage to keep.

 

 

 

Congrats to the Bluff Busters who did the Jingle Bell Walk Run this morning! – 12/5/2015
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Bluff Busters and YMCA events in 2015

Winter Walk Run Series (Dec, Jan, Feb)

Winter Run Walk Series
Commit to staying active this winter with the Y’s Winter Walk Run Series. Starting with the Jingle Bell on December 6th (Rudolph’s Dash & Pancake Breakfast too) then the New Year’s Resolution run on January 10th and finishing the series with the Valentine’s Heart Throb on February 14th. Look for our Bluff Buster booth at the event. Visit www.laxymca.org/wwrs to register. Not running that day? Help the Y and Volunteer! Contact Travis Pernsteiner (tpernsteiner@laxymca.org) for more info.

Master’s SwimThe Y is starting a Master’s Swim Program! The kick off is this Saturday, November 1 at the Adult Swim Meet. Practice starts after that and will be Wednesday evenings from 7-8pm at Y-North and Saturday mornings from 7-8am at the La Crosse YMCA. Season is from November – April and the cost is $20 per month. People can pay for the entire season ($120) or set up a monthly bank draft. Chris Schubert and Ben Gill will be the coaches.

Spin-a-thon
The Spin-a-thon is set for Saturday, January 31st from 8-noon. It will be held at both facilities just like last year. Members and non-members over 14 years old are welcome to participate!

Indoor Ironman – Bluff Buster Tracking BoardComplete an Ironman in the month of February! Swim 2.4, Bike 112 and Run 26.2 miles spread out over 28 days.
NEW this year the Bluff Busters will have their own tracking board that will be displayed at both Y locations so you can see how your fellow club members are staying active through the winter. We will also be updating the results on our Bluff Buster website to make it easy to track. Registration begins in January. Registering for the Indoor Ironman will give you a 5 dollar discount on Got Energy Triathlon entry fee.

Weight Lifting:Bluff busters will be offering a few strength conditioning clinics at the YMCA this winter to help the club learn about proper lifting form and kick start the off season with some killer routines. If you are looking to learn about how to lift safely and what are the best exercises for athletes these are for you. Dates will be emailed out soon.

Monthly Fitness TestsWe will be having a similar format as last year. Each month you can send us your results and we will keep track of them. You will send in your avg watts for a 15 minute bike, distance you can run in 15 minutes, and how long it takes you to swim 200 yards (4 laps). We will be posting the results. This is a great motivation to start your training and watch your improvements over the next few months. We will start this in January.

End of year banquet:

2016 TBD
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Join us for the Bluff Busters 2016 end-of-the-year picnic. We’ll be celebrating another successful and fun year by socializing, eating food and giving out awards and awesome door prizes.

The event is free for members and their families/friends. Please bring a desert to pass.

We will also be hosting the gear swap at event. Bring any gently used gear/tri-related stuff that you’d like to sell, swap, or give away. Watch your email for more details…

We will have 2017 Bluff Buster membership renewal available at the picnic. Please bring credit card, check, or cash.

Nominate a fellow team member for awards by clicking here.

 

2014 Seminar Series

Join us at Schmidty’s for our monthly Seminar Series! Last year we had a great turnout at the Seminar Series and we are happy to provide this opportunity to the team in 2014. Network with team members, get training tips from our experts, and grab some dinner. There’s something for everyone, all levels and distances welcome.

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Social starts at 6:00 pm
Presentation starts at 6:30 pm

January 13: Training Plans
A panel of experienced triathletes will discuss training plans for different distances. Come ready with your questions. Moderated by Scott Cooper, we’ll hear from Jeff Fleig, Maggie Fournier, Brent Sinn and Chip Schilling about their training plan experiences and tips.

February 10: Strength and Flexibility (Scott Cooper and Mike Bouska)
Back by popular demand, Mike and Scott will go over some of the science behind strength and flexibility training. Learn the latest on what is really happening to your body when you lift and stretch, and how to use this to boost your performance and reduce injuries.

March 10: Buying a Bike (Mike Bouska)
April 14: Avoiding Injuries (Maggie Fournier)
May 12: Chi Running (Mike Bouska)

 

 

Race Series and Sportsman of the year awards that are new for 2015
New Race Series:
We are adding a new award is going to be given to the male and female that has the highest score in our Race Series.
We will award points defined below:fond_3

Each triathlon raced will receive 2 points.
An extra point will be awarded for a top 25% of your age group.
An extra point will be awarded for a age group win.

We will give double points for highlighted races:
Got Energy (double points)
Trinona (double points)
Castle Rock (double points)
USAT Age Group Nationals Milwaukee (double points)
Ironman Wisconsin (double points)

For example if I race devils lake and place 3rd out of 15 in my age group I would get 3 points
2 for racing
1 for placing in the top 25% of my age group 3/15 = 20%.

If I race Got Energy and win my age group I would get 8 points as it is a double points race
4 for racing
2 for being in the top 25% of my age group
2 for winning my age group

Please email the club with the races you compete in, this will insure that we score your race.
bluffbusterstriteam.gmail.com

Sportsman of the year is being redesigned:
This award will be awarded based on activity in the club. We want to honor members of the club that give of their time to improve the club. We will be awarding the male and female that volunteered their time, and were at our events both participating and helping out.

2014 Training Opportunities
Seminar Series (Schmidty’s Bar: Social at 6:00, Seminar at 6:30 PM
13-Jan Schmidty’s Training Plans
10-Feb Schmidty’s Strength & Flexibility
10-Mar Schmidty’s Buying a Bike
14-Apr Schmidty’s Avoiding Injury
12-May Schmidty’s Chi Running
25-Apr Onalaska Y Bluff Buster Tri Camp: Fri – Sun; Details coming
3-May La Crosse, WI Fitness Festival: Bike Tour 5, 32, 43 or 62 miles
17-May Westby, WI Syttende Mai Bike Tour: 30 & 62 miles
24-May Madison, WI Ironman Bike Course Ride: 68 or 110 miles (need an organizer)
1-Jun West Salem, WI June Dairy Days Bike Tour: 32 & 62 miles
7-Jun West Salem, WI Set-up for Got-Energy Triathlon: 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM Need Volunteers
14-Jun Onalaska, WI Minds-in-Motion Bike Tour: 15, 30 & 60 miles
12-Jul Sparta, WI Amber Buck Bike Ride: 110 mile ride w/ 30 min run (Larry Schmidt)
12-Jul Onalaska, WI YMCA Kid’s Triathlon: Need Volunteers
19-Jul Madison, WI Ironman Bike Course Ride: 110 mi w/ 1 hr run (Larry Schmidt)
26-Jul Sparta, WI Schmidtfaced 50k & 1/2 marathon runs (Larry Schmidt house)
16-Aug Madison, WI Endurathon: 2.4 mi Swim, 72 mi Bike, 2 hour Run (in conjunction
with open water swim event in Lake Monona at Monona Terrace)
23-Aug West Salem, WI Mini-thon: 1.2 mi Swim, 50 mi Bike, 1 hour Run
1-Sep West Salem, WI Mini-Me: 0.8 mi Swim, 25 mile Bike, 30 min. Run
28-Sep La Crosse, WI End of Season Awards Picnic (tentative date: needs to be verified)
Weekly West Salem, WI Open Water Swimming at Lake Neshonoc: late May thru August
Tuesday & Thursday mornings: 5:30 – 6:30 AM
Weekly West Salem, WI Swim, Bike & Run at Lake Neshonoc: late May thru June
Thursday evenings: Bike starts at 6:30
Those swimming usually start between 5:00 and 6:00.
Some will bike after swimming, some will also run after biking, some
will only do one of the three. Relaxed and informal training session.
La Crosse Area Y Triathlon Swim Class: Check program schedule at Y
Onalaska Y Master’s Swim: 9:00 AM Sunday mornings Beginner to Advanced levels
Brice Prairie 20K Bike TT from park on Brice Prairie (Thurs at 6:00 PM – Check FB

 

 

YMCA Training Opportunities

Indoor Ironman – posted 1/30/2016

YMCA’s indoor ironman begins February 1. Sign up at the front desk of either YMCA. Get your name and record your progress on a huge banner for all to see! This is a great way to start regaining some consistency and begin building the base.

Masters Swimming

Begins February 16th

Wednesdays 7:00-8:00 p.m. YMCA North

Saturdays 8:00-9:00 a.m. YMCA La Crosse

YMCA’s Masters Swim winter program. All ability levels are welcome. Whether you can barely swim 25 yards, or you are looking to get faster, you will find others there to challenge you and an experienced coach to help you improve your technique. Sometimes practice ends with a super fun relay race!

Valentines Heart Throb Walk/Run

Saturday, February 13 8:00 a.m. YMCA North

Rock & Ride

Rock & Ride is a new bike focused training facility in Onalaska. They offer classes, coaching, cool equipment. I’m definitely going to be checking this place out!

Indoor Tri: Test Your Fitness

by Mike Bouska

January 12, 10 am North YMCA
February 9, 10 am North YMCA
(Meet at the pool after the masters swim)

Looking for a way to track your fitness progress this winter? The Bluff Busters will be performing monthly triathlon fitness tests, or time trials. Each month you will record your time/distance for a swim, bike, and run (there are two distances to choose from-see below). We will be having group sessions to do the tests, but if you are unable to make them, you can do them on your own.

The first group session for this month will be Sunday, January 12 at 10 am at the North Y. We will be meeting at the pool and do the swim test after the masters swim. Afterward, we will head upstairs to bike and run. Mike Bouska will be facilitating.

We are having two distances so that any fitness level can participate.

You can do our super sprint course: 200 yard swim, 15 minute bike and 15 minute run, or you can do our sprint course: 400 yard swim, 30 minute bike and 30 minute run.

Here is how we’ll track your progress:

Swim: Will be measured by time.

Bike: Will be how many Kcal you can generate on the Keiser bikes at the Y. There are 4 bikes that measure power at each Y location. (Note: This is a great time to work on even pacing by watching your watts and keeping a high cadence. Also, if you have a power meter on your bike you can do your test at home.)

Run: Will be how far you can go in the time allowed. This can be done on a treadmill or if you have a GPS you can do it outside.

Send your time trial results each month to bluffbusterstriteam@gmail.com and we will tally them up and post them at the end of month.

All members are encouraged to participate, no matter what your fitness level or race goals. Remember, this is a race against the previous month’s self, not everyone else.

 

 

Saturday, April 13, 2013

March–April 2013 Newsletter

The March––April newsletter is here! There is a lot of information inside, including a peek at the new team logo, uniform information, newbie sponsorship winner info, discount codes, recipes, races, etc.

Check it out and let us know what you think.

BBTT March–April 2013 Newsletter

 

 

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

February Fitness Results

We will be having the next fitness test on March 24 at the North Y.  Swim will be at 10:30 A.M with the bike starting in the spin room at 11:15.

Last Months results

Charlie Nelson, who joined the club an hour before the event, took the short sprint in a tight race with Mike Bouska.
Micheal Dunlap was able to beat last months winner Jamey Makepeace on the long course with a great run to finish it out.

Julie Van Den Heuvel showed a nice improvement in all three disciplines to take the woman’s most improved.
Jamey Makepeace takes the male most improved with a solid 22 seconds shaved off the swim.

short course (200yd, 15, 15)

 

Name swim time bike avg watts bike kcal        run distance  place
Julie Van Den Heuvel 3:34 99 141 1.29 1
Charlie Nelson 2:42 215 197 2.30 1
Mike Bouska 2:47 243 243 2.17 2
Dirk Swansen 2:59 175 2.22 3
Dan Wilhelm 3:21 243 243 1.97 4
Vijay Hari 123 1.53
Ron Rasque 3:23
LeeAnne Schwan 2:44
Steve Pitts 2:55
long course (400yd, 30,30)
Michael Dunlap 5:50 322 552 4.58 1
Jamey Makepeace 5:09 233 412 4.20 2
Ben Cagle 5:31
Francis Schmitz 164 301

 

Thursday, February 21, 2013

February Newsletter

Below is the February team newsletter. Check it out for upcoming training opportunities, a great recipe, team-only specials from River Trails Cycles, and a list of 2013 triathlons.

February Newsletter

 

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

February Fitness Test

Next Fitness Test will be held this Sunday at the North Y.  We will start the swim test at 10:30.  The bike test will start at 11:15 in the spin room followed by the run on the treadmills or track afterwards.  A big thanks to Francis for helping us set up the spin room so we can all bike together and not have to fight over the 4 bikes in the cardio area.

We are offering the same two distances.

Short course of 200 yard swim with 15 minute bike and 15 minute run test.

Longer course of 400 yard swim with 30 minute bike and 30 minute run test.

The people to beat from last month

Short Course male and female winners:

Randy Gibson

Julie Van Den Heuvel

Long Course male and female winners:

Jamey Makepeace

Jane Stull

January TT Results
short course (200yd, 15, 15)
name swim time bike avg watts bike kcal   run distance         place
Randy Gibson 3:22 203 183 2.44 1 male win
Steve Pitts 2:57 254 224 1.79 2
Bruce Hegge 4:15 136 1.85 3
Julie Van Den Heuvel 3:36 79 82 1.16 4 female win
Brian Treadway 3:24 1.945
Ron Rasque 3:25
LeeAnne Schwan 2:45
Mike Bouska 257 237 2.09
John Rigden 260 263 2.22
long course (400yd, 30,30)
Jamey Makepeace 5:31 226 401 4.21 1 male win
Chris Schubert 5:30 347 3:51 2
Jane Stull 5:56 179 333 3.81 3 female win
Hannah Hoaglund 6:50 119 229 3.5 4
Marco Vriens 9:31 271 489
Brian Erdmainn 4:42

 

Thursday, January 17, 2013

Monthly Fitness Tests

Looking for a way to track your fitness progress this winter (and win a prize or two along the way)? The Bluff Busters will be performing monthly triathlon fitness tests, or time trials. Each month you will record your time/distance for a swim, bike, and run (there are two distances to choose from-see below). We will be having group sessions to do the tests, but if you are unable to make them, you can do them on your own.

The first group session for this month will be Sunday, January 20 at 10 am at the North Y. We will be meeting at the pool and do the swim test after the masters swim. Afterward, we will head upstairs to bike and run. Mike Bouska will be facilitating.

The second session hosted by Mike Bouska. It will be at the La Crosse Y on Tuesday, January 29 at 5:45 am, meeting at the pool.

We are having two distances so that any fitness level can participate.
You can do our super sprint course: 200 yard swim, 15 minute bike and 15 minute run, or you can do our sprint course: 400 yard swim, 30 minute bike and 30 minute run.

Here is how we’ll track your progress:
Swim: Will be measured by time.

Bike: Will be how many Kcal you can generate on the Keiser bikes at the Y. There are 4 bikes that measure power at each Y location. (Note: This is a great time to work on even pacing by watching your watts and keeping a high cadence. Also, if you have a power meter on your bike you can do your test at home.)

Run: Will be how far you can go in the time allowed. This can be done on a treadmill or if you have a GPS you can do it outside.
Send your time trial results each month to bluffbusterstriteam@gmail.com and we will tally them up and post them at the end of month. You will be entered in a raffle for a bluff buster uniform each time you send in your times. We will be giving out more awards to fastest time and most improved in both distances for male and female.

All members are encouraged to participate, no matter what your fitness level or race goals. Remember, this is a race against the previous month’s self, not everyone else.

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