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2011 Washington, DC Program

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Date: Jun. 23, 2011
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ACHIEVE Kids Tri, Inc., a Washington, D.C., based 501(c)(3)organization that designs and implements youth-based triathlon training and fitness programs,announced today the launch of its 2011 Summer program.

2011 Atlanta Program

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Date: Jun. 23, 2011
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ACHIEVE Kids Tri, Inc., a Washington, DC based 501(c)(3)organization that designs and implements youth-based triathlon training and fitness programs,announced today the launch of its summer programs in Atlanta, Georgia, Houston, Texas,Washington, D.C., and Waterbury, Conn.

DC’s Triathlon Training Summer Program

Source: Washington DC Running Report
Date: Dec. 15, 2010
Location: ACHIEVE Washington, DC (Established 2007)

Program is part of overall strategy to teach children to lead healthy and successful lifestyles over the summer months.

Best Kids Program

Source: Competitor Magazine
Date: May. 3, 2010
Location: ACHIEVE Washington, DC (Established 2007)

Achieve Kids Tri is a six-week summer camp program, run in partnership with the D.C. Department of Parks and Recreation.

Aliza Bolling I’m a Competitor

Source: Competitor Magazine
Date: May. 3, 2010
Location: ACHIEVE Washington, DC (Established 2007)

Aliza Bolling competed in her first triathlon at the age of 9. No stranger to sports, she could nonetheless barely run three laps when she started training.

Achieve Voted Best Program by Competitor Magazine

Source: Competitor Magazine
Date: Apr. 25, 2010
Location: ACHIEVE Washington, DC (Established 2007)

Achieve Voted Best Program by Competitor Magazine

Get on the Right Track

Source: expressnightout
Date: Jul. 19, 2009
Location: ACHIEVE Washington, DC (Established 2007)

AS CHRIS HOHN rounded the halfway point along a paved trail in Southeast's Benning Park, baton in hand, kids' cheers could be heard over the 41-year-old's panting: "Run, Coach Chris! Run, Coach Chris!"

D.C.-based Program Prepares Youth to Become Tri Athletes

Source: USA Today
Date: Jun. 24, 2009
Location: ACHIEVE Washington, DC (Established 2007)

WASHINGTON — Mayor Adrian Fenty is doing his part to help bring the sport of triathlon to the city's youth.Fenty, 38, completed an age-group triathlon Sunday in 2 hours, 17 minutes, 54 seconds, finishing 16th in the elite malecategory.