Posts Tagged "MAC Dash"

MAC DASH 2014, Mark Your Calendars!

Posted by on Jul 3, 2014 in Events, Exercise, Physical Therapy | 0 comments

Mark your calendars! The MAC (Madras Aquatic Center) Dash Sprint Triathlon is set for September 6, 2014. Registration is currently open. APEX Physical Therapy is happy to be one of the sponsors supporting the event. It is easily one of the most organized sprint triathlons in the Northwest and owns amazing views while competing at a top notch facility. Participation in the event can be done as a team or individually. There is more information that can be found at: Another great event that follows on the same day is the Mini MAC Dash. It is a FREE event for kids 10 or...

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Successful 6th Annual MAC Dash Triathlon

Posted by on Sep 16, 2013 in Events, Physical Therapy | 0 comments

Saturday the 7th of September was the 6th annual MAC Dash Triathlon at the Madras Aquatic Center. I had a great time like always with friends and family as we swam, biked, and ran our way around Madras. After completing it once in 2008, I had such a great time, I purchased a used road bike. I’ve seen the event impact many people’s lives in very positive directions. I know of many people that utilized that event as motivation to learn how to swim or revisit swimming after decades removed from the activity. Now those same people swim regularly, which is a great skill and activity that keeps...

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The MAC Dash – A Family Fun Triathlon In Madras, Oregon

Posted by on Aug 28, 2013 in Events, Physical Therapy | 0 comments

Ever thought of doing a Triathlon? “Tri One” you’ll like it! One of the best Sprint Triathlons is in Madras, OR and it’s called the MAC Dash. When most of us think of a triathlon, we think of the Iron Man World Championship in Kona, Hawaii that is often televised. We see the massive open water start of hundreds of contestants with an impressive display of colored swim caps, black wet suits, with lots of elbows and feet moving at a violent pace. We see the long solitary bike ride, 112 miles, only to finish with a full 26.2 mile marathon to run. The sheer magnitude of what the human athlete...

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