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How does one define endurance? Well, whether it’s

  • the fact or power of enduring or bearing pain, hardships, etc.
  • the ability or strength to continue or last, especially despite fatigue, stress or other adverse conditions; stamina
  • lasting quality; duration
  • something endured, as a hardship; trial

it can be aptly said training for and/or participating in a triathalon or other multisport event is all about endurance.

special offerTucson naturally boasts the weather and topography of an endurance athlete’s paradise, making it ideal for multisport training. Local governments, sports clubs and a passionate network of businesses and organizations committed to optimizing this precious resource for the outdoors community helped put Tucson at the top of every winter training best-of list around the world. For athletes of all ages and abilities. So much so, that on February 8, 2010, Mayor Bob Walkup proclaimed Tucson as the Winter Training Capital.

Offering almost 500 miles of dedicated bike lanes, a mild climate with more than 350 days of sunshine and an extensive network of trails spreading throughout its four surrounding mountain ranges, Tucson ably meets the training needs of the multisport athlete – from recreational to professional.

Check out rapidly approaching triathalon training camps currently scheduled in Tucson.

And visit TriFind.com to discover 2012 scheduled multisport events not only in Tucson but other Arizona cities as well.

Tucson is also home to TriSports.com and the Trisports Retail Store. With a full service bike shop, running shop and swimming shop all under one roof, TriSports.com offers an experienced staff of triathletes, cyclists, runners and swimmers to help answer questions and assist in suggesting the optimal equipment. TriSports.com even has a dedicated Tucson Training Destination Specialist to help plan the perfect training vacation. Her name is Gail Leveque. And you can eMail her at gleveque@trisports.com or call her at 520-884-8743, x13.

So relative to venue, climate, routes, workout programs, training plans, nutrition, equipment, clothing, other swim-bike-run essentials – Tucson has you tri sports-covered! All you have to do is get yourself here.

And where better to start and end your training days than a hotel that’s convenient, friendly, comfortable – featuring THE most amazing beds in Tucson – and at a 15% savingsClick here to check availability and make your reservation at Lodge on the Desert. Or call 877-498-6776 (use Promo Code TRISPT). It’s Authentic Arizona.