Triple Victor or #3VRacing, as we like to call it online, is a community of triathletes from across the globe that see triathlon as a lifestyle and way to connect. Whether it is online or in-person at races, Triple Victor provides the platform for athletes to stay connected and engaged. It doesn’t matter where you are in your triathlon journey or where you are in the world if you are a part of Triple Victor you are always connected to your dedicated teammates, informed team doctors, an amazing support staff that includes travel agents, high performance coaches, and the best partners & sponsors in the industry.
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How to Join Triple Victor
Are you ready to join the Triple Victor family? Unlike other endurance sports clubs we do not limit our application process to a limited window every season. At Triple Victor we understand that athletes start their triathlon journey every day of the year and we want to be a part of it! At Triple Victor we maintain an open enrollment to facilitate the needs of all athletes.
- Exclusive access to our Zoot race kits, Boco visors, and gear. It is the only way to buy our coveted visors!
- Monthly team competitions and partner swag give aways.
- Sponsor discounts ranging from 10 to 50% off.
- Ongoing support and advice from Coach Dave Mudek, MS, Pn2.
- Access to articles, webinars, classes and training tools.
- Access to an international team via the Triple Victor private platform built for athletes to share insights, advice, and thier journies.
- Team support and social activities at races throughout the year.
There is no question about it. Triple Victor is the best supported Triathlon Club in the world. Our athletes enjoy pro accounts and support from some of the best brands in the industry. Membership has its perks!
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Please note: Ironman®, Ironman Triathlon®, Half Ironman® and Ironman 70.3® are registered trademarks of World Triathlon Corporation (WTC). Any non-race specific references to these trademarks on this website refer to a triathlon that is the standard length (or half the standard length) established by the original Ironman race in Hawaii (2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike and 26.2-mile run).