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Pat Griskus Triathlon
c/o Wilkas Financial
11 Sandstrom Rd
New Preston, CT 06777
Phone: 860-868-0540
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PAT GRISKUS OLYMPIC NAMED USAT NORTHEAST REGIONAL CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS FOR 2014!
REGISTRATION IS OPEN
Click here for Sprint Registration
Wednesday, July 9TH, 2014
NO RACE DAY REGISTRATION
Click here for Olympic Registration
Saturday, June 14, 2014


The Pat Griskus Olympic Triathlon is the USAT Northeast Regional Club Championship for 2014!

Inside Triathlon Magazine Ranks Pat Griskus Olympic Tri Among Best In The Nation!

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Welcome,
I'm your Race Director, Tom Wilkas.

We are pleased to bring you both the original Pat Griskus Sprint Triathlon, which started in 1987, and the Olympic distance race, which was conceived in 2002.
DUATHLON OPTION FOR OLYMPIC, NEW FOR 2014!! More info coming soon! (Read below for basic course details)

Key folks include: Dave Heller, Robin Griskus, Laura Griskus, Marty Cashin, Mike Maximenko, Dave Kunces, Kim Tessier, Helen Brown, Amy Bonzon, Tom Hill, Jim O'Rourke, Chris Hibbs, Sandra Heller, Kristin Heller, Meghan Curley, Tim Cipriano, Nancy Fresilli, Tim Ruh, Mat Jobin, Karen Mcwhirt, Rob Scott, Eric Pattison and Others.

Pat Griskus was an amazing guy and credited with paving the way for the many amputee athletes to follow. Please check the Race History link for the full story. Both races are USAT Sanctioned and are held at Quassy Amusement Park on Route 64 in Middlebury, CT.

The Sprint distance starts with a half-mile swim in spring-fed Lake Quassapaug, enjoy the challenging 10.5 mile bike around the lake, and the out-and-back 3.1 mile run. There is a First Timers division for those tackling their first Triathlon ever, with medals for all first time finishers. With close to 100 first-timers each year, this race has become a favorite for first time triathletes!

The Olympic distance race features a clean and clear one mile lake swim in Lake Quassapaug, enjoy a 25-mile challenging one loop bike course through classic New England farm country, and a 6.2 mile run on shaded back roads. For an Olympic Du, A bit short for an opening run, but here's what we'll do: The 2014 Duathlon Olympic Option would start with a 2 Mile run, then the same course as the Olympic Tri. Run will be started about the same time as Olympic Tri swim, heading up left out of the park on Route 64, turn left on Tranquility Rd. The turnaround will be on Tranquility, just before Upper Whittemore Rd.

Pat Griskus Triathlon races are USAT sanctioned events