Tri Swim Coach Offers $100 off for Triathlete’s Argentina Training Trip
December 20, 2006- San Diego, CA- Tri Swim Coach, a leading triathlon resource site and creator of the book The Complete Guide to Triathlon Swimming, has announced it will offer $100 to subscribers that register for the Mar Del Plata, Argentina Triathlon Vacation February 25-March 5, 2007. Put together by triathlon coach and founder of America’s Cycling Team (ACT), Mike Fraysee, the trip offers expert training in swimming, biking and running. As one of the swim coaches for the event, Koskella is so enthusiastic about the training trip that he is offering $100 to any athlete who signs up through his website.
“I wanted to offer a winter training clinic on my site that takes place in an exotic, warm part of the world, and the Mike Fraysse Argentina trip sounded perfect”, says Kevin Koskella, owner of Tri Swim Coach. “Mike has put together a great staff and a full 9 days worth of clinics covering all parts of triathlon, with some top-notch facilities in a beautiful area on the coast of South America.”
Expert coaching & training will be available from Mike Fraysse and staff for all ability levels. Training will include vehicle supported road & auto-track sessions, and there will be organized competitions for cyclists who want to test their progress. In addition, the event will offer track specialized training from the 250 Meter concrete outdoor Velodrome, as well as swimming sessions with expert coaches.
For more information on the Argentina training trip, visit www.triswimcoach.com/mardelplata.asp.
About the Author
Kevin Koskella coaches masters and triathlete swimmers in San Diego, CA. He operates the website www.TriSwimCoach.com, a resource for beginning through intermediate level triathletes looking for help with swimming. The site features a free email newsletter offering tips and articles on triathlon swimming. Kevin has also written an electronic book titled “The Complete Guide to Triathlon Swimming” which is sold on his website in downloadable form.