DelMoSports Adds Registration Fee Reimbursement to 2 Events in 2012
OLD BRIDGE, NJ – January 31, 2012 – 365Competitors, LLC is proud to announce DelMoSports Inc. has contracted with 365Competitors to offer Registration Fee Reimbursement for the 2012 season. The participating events include the 9th Annual Tri he Wildwoods Triathlon & 5K and the 2nd Annual Atlantic City International Triathlon.
The 9th Annual Tri the Wildwoods Triathlon & 5K is a classic beach race along the southern New Jersey shore and is scheduled for August 18, 2012 in North Wildwood, NJ. It comprises a 1/4 mile swim, 10 mile bike and 5K run. The 2nd Annual Atlantic City International Triathlon will take place September 15, 2012 in conjunction with the Atlantic City Seafood Festival at Bader Field in Atlantic City, NJ. The International race is a 1 mile swim, 20 mile bike ride, and 10k run. The sprint portion includes a 1/4 mile swim, 10 mile bike, and 5k run.
“DelMoSports has always been an athlete centered organization. We believe it is in the best interest of the athlete to provide a service to help protect our racer’s investment in themselves and in the sport of triathlon. 365Competitors, LLC has given us the opportunity to add an amenity no other company can offer. In short, it’s good for the sport!”
DelMoSports, Inc. is a boutique race company founded in 2004. We specialize in elite destination events along the southern New Jersey shore. We believe in high quality, athlete centered productions with an emphasis on community involvement while staying true to the sport of triathlon. Our events provide a challenging course, spectacular scenery and amazing vacation opportunities for athletes and their families. For more information or to register, go to www.delmosports.com .
For further information, contact:
800.365.0198 ext. 304
Atlantic City Triathlon to move to Bader Field in 2012
By EMILY PREVITI, Staff Writer
ATLANTIC CITY – The second annual Atlantic City International Triathlon will move to Bader Field and add a shorter race this summer, organizers said Thursday. Scheduled for Sept. 15, the featured international-distance event includes a mile swim, a 20-mile bike and a 10-kilometer (6.2-mile) run. The swim will move from the ocean to the bay, but the cycling portion will remain on the Atlantic City Expressway and the run on the Boardwalk, race organizer Stephen DelMonte said. Continue reading