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Stanford University Triathlon Team (SUTT). Fall 2013 Team Meeting 10/2/2013. Welcome!. Who are we?. Stanford University Undergraduate Students Graduate Students Postdocs Faculty Staff Alumni Spouses … who love to swim, bike, and run, recreationally and competitively.

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stanford university triathlon team sutt

Stanford University Triathlon Team (SUTT)

Fall 2013 Team Meeting

10/2/2013

Welcome!

who are we
Who are we?

Stanford University

  • Undergraduate Students
  • Graduate Students
  • Postdocs
  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Alumni
  • Spouses

… who love to swim, bike, and run, recreationally and competitively.

mission statement
Mission Statement
  • To encourage participation in the sport of triathlon within the Stanford community and provide a venue in which athletes of all abilities can train and develop
  • To compete as a team at the most elite level in the conference and the nation
officers
Officers
  • Shannon Edd - President
  • EirikRavnan- Vice President & WCCTC Representative
  • John Butterfield - Financial Coordinator
  • Thomas Roos - Race Coord. Coord. & Nationals Coord.
  • Amy King - The Stanford Fund Coordinator
  • Olivia Bryant - Alumni Relations & Fundraising
  • Katie Fritsch - Safety
  • Andrew Stanley - Apparel
more officers
More Officers
  • Andrew Roos - Equipment
  • John Kegelman - Sponsorship
  • Bernardo Tapia - Community Liaison
  • Dave Constant - Treeathlon Director
  • Tim Gurshin & Stacey Wong - Social Coordinators
  • Maddie Graham - Womens\' Team Coordinator
  • Ryan Schumacher - New Member Coordinator & Co-Webmaster
  • LensonPellouchoud- Webmaster
what is a triathlon
What is a triathlon?
  • A multisport event consisting of swimming, biking, and running
  • In-season collegiate races are Sprint Distance
      • 400 to 750 m swim, 20 km bike, 5 km run
  • Championship collegiate races are Olympic Distance
      • 1500 m swim, 40 km bike, 10 km run
why should i join sutt
Why should I join SUTT?
  • Professional coaching and access to the training plan via Training Peaks
  • Motivated training partners of all levels
  • Subsidized racing
  • Exceptional sponsor deals
  • Team social events
    • Cool people.
what equipment do i need
What equipment do I need?
  • Required equipment
    • Swimsuit and goggles
    • Bike and helmet
      • Team bike rental (contact Andrew Roos)
    • Running shoes
  • Suggested equipment
    • Bike shorts and jersey
    • Clipless pedals and bike shoes
    • Everything carbon fiber…
how do i join sutt
How do I join SUTT?
  • Fill out forms
    • Register for IMLeagues(Waiver AND Health forms)
    • Complete team registration form (online)
    • Sign a non-disclosure agreement (online)
  • Join two mailing lists ([email protected]):
    • “Triathlon” (official team business)
    • “Triathlon-misc” (less serious)
  • Pay Dues
  • Come to practice and races! 

All information is available at triathlon.stanford.edu  Getting Started

members in good standing
Members in “Good Standing”
  • Complete this:
    • Signed proper forms
    • Pay dues
    • The Stanford Fund duties
    • Team jobs
    • Volunteer at Treeathlon
  • To get this:
    • Reimbursement, coaching (TP), sponsorship deals
team dues
Team Dues
  • Pay by check or cash to Shannon, Eirik, or John B.
  • Pay online (+$5)
  • DUE: Oct 11th(Next Friday)
  • USAT Membership
    • $45/year
    • $12?/race
tsf the stanford fund
TSF (The Stanford Fund)
  • TSF gives the team $$ for “volunteering”
  • Fall Quarter Requirements:
    • 5 postcards*
    • 4 hours of Reunion Homecoming (Oct 17-20)
      • Can substitute Lunch N Learn and/or Philanthropy Week volunteering
  • Check your email! (from: Amy)

*Required to re-write postcards if rejected by TSF

team jobs
Team Jobs
  • Academic year requirement:
    • 12 hours team jobs for non-Nationals individuals
    • 16 hours for Nationals athletes
  • Accounting:
    • P/VP/FO keep track of these
    • Please be honest, round to the nearest 0.5 hour
    • Officers get 6 hours team jobs for attending team meetings
race subsidies
Race Subsidies
  • Team pays for:
    • Race registration (up to collegiate entry amount)
    • Hotel
    • Vehicle fuel*
  • $20 Co-pay per race (exl. drivers)
  • Fall:
    • 1 race (Davis Aquathlon or Salmon Duathlon)
  • Winter:
    • 3 WCCTC races
    • WCCTC Championship
  • Nationals (later)
  • Spring/Summer:
    • $50 reimbursement toward Wildflower, Age Group Nationals, or a “team focus” summer race (TBD)
  • Must be “on track” per quarter for TSF and Team Jobs to get reimbursed

* Must follow the race coordinator’s carpooling plan

nationals
Nationals
  • Tempe, AZ – April, 2014
  • Unlimited number of athletes
  • Team provides financial support (details later)
    • Greater support for selected “top athletes”
    • Selection based on performance at in-season and WCCTC Championship races
  • Requirements for eligibility
    • Must be a full-time student for at least one quarter
    • Must be 28 years of age or younger on race day
  • Watch email for interest meeting soon
sponsorship deals
Sponsorship Deals
  • Check out “Members Only” page for details
  • Stay tuned for emails from John Kegelman!
social events
Social events
  • Fall:
    • Team Camping Trip!! October 12-13th
      • Email tomorrow
    • Halloween Ride–Oct 26th ?
    • Team dinner “on the town”–Nov 9th ?
  • Winter:
    • Newbie dinner/gear sale
  • Spring:
    • End of Year BBQ
apparel
Apparel
  • Cycling kit & Tri suits (LG)
    • Lots of leftovers! And some free stuff!
    • Cycling apparel order Due ____
    • Pre-pay: give check & order form to Andrew Stanley
    • ITU legal suits through blueseventy
  • Casual Apparel (Nike)
    • Due October 18th
    • Pre-pay: give check & order form to Shannon or John B.

Make checks out to “Stanford Triathlon”

random extras
Random Extras
  • Driver forms
  • USAT Elections
    • Of interest: National Board of Directors (Southwest Region)
    • Email including “Election Passcode”
    • http://www.usatriathlon.org/about-usat/governance/2013-elections.aspx
  • Scheduling issues? (Tues evening alt. run)
team goals 2013 2014
Team Goals2013-2014
  • Every member complete one race this year
  • Continue to build undergrad program
  • Continue to build women’s team
  • “Be a Power House” at WCCTC (i.e. win)
  • Build on our Individual and Team 2013 Collegiate Nationals results
  • Win Wildflower Collegiate competition
  • Stanford presence at USAT Age Group Nationals 2014
training plans
Training Plans
  • Level I
    • Athletes with less than 2 years experience in Triathlon and limited background in swimming, running, and biking who may want to compete at collegiate races
    • 4 to 6 workouts per week
  • Level III
    • Athletes with 2 to 3 years triathlon experience or 2+ years as a varsity athlete in swimming, running, or biking who want to compete at collegiate races and score points at Conference
    • 6 to 9 practices per week
  • Level V
    • Athletes with 3+ years triathlon experience and may have multiple years experience as a varsity athlete in swimming, running, or biking who want to compete at collegiate races, score points at Conference, and be on the National Team
    • 9 to 12 workouts per week
  • You may follow different training groups for different disciplines!
training plans draft legal
Training Plans + Draft Legal
  • DL team:
    • Self-selected
      • Comfortable riding/racing in packs
      • Own a road bike
      • Have raced triathlon and/or cycling for >1 year
    • Level V athletes
    • DL-specific training starting in November
  • Training Peaks
  • Training meeting Thur. Oct 17th @ 7:45 pm
coaches
Coaches

Gina Kehr

Bruce Smith

  • Former collegiate swimmer & pro triathlete
  • Multiple top-10 finishes at Kona Ironman World Championships
  • Enthusiastic dancer
  • Longtime swim coach (PASA co-founder)
  • Triathlete– Ironman and Ultraman
  • Enjoys the art of s’mores making
dates to remember
Dates to Remember
  • Fall
    • Oct 10 @ 7:45pm: Training plan meeting
    • Oct 11: Dues due
    • Oct 12-13: Camping trip
    • Oct 18: Casual apparel orders due
    • Oct 17-20: Homecoming
    • Oct 26: UC Davis Aquathlon ??
    • Nov 2: Salmon Duathlon
    • Nov ?: Nationals team interest meeting
  • Winter
    • Treeathlon – probably last weekend in Feb
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