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Streamline Events helping to launch the NCAA movement for Women Triathletes

Dedicated athletes, more funding growing women's college triathlon

November 4, 2015
From: espn.go.com by Doug Williams

In last year's inaugural Women's Collegiate Triathlon National Championship, UCLA's Kelly Kosmo won by almost a minute. After coming in sixth in the swim, she made up ground on the bike and run and broke the tape with a big smile and her arms raised in victory.

Once she moved to the lead pack on the bike leg, she knew she had a chance.

"It ended up being a great race," she recalls. It also was an historic one.

Twenty-one athletes from schools across the nation competed in the first collegiate national triathlon championship held exclusively for women. The event came nearly 11 months after the NCAA designated triathlon as the next Emerging Sport for Women, putting it on a track toward possible official-sport status.


Hero Cape Cod Triathlon inspiring

June 23, 2014
Cape Cod Times by Meredith Perri

MASHPEE — Just minutes after he finished the Hero Cape Cod Triathlon on Sunday in Mashpee, David Kruysman stood atop the winner's podium. He was wearing black shorts and a black shirt with a pattern resembling a fireman's coat, as well as bib No. 1 and a medal around his neck.

"Everyone that's come out — you've all won the race," Kruysman said to the crowd of triathlon participants and their families standing on the beach of John's Pond. "It's you versus you."