Fall 2013 Issue
The fall 2013 issue of USA Triathlon Magazine is available now. USA Triathlon members will receive a printed copy of the magazine (unless they have opted out).
The fall issue of USA Triathlon Magazine features the upcoming 2014 ITU World Triathlon Chicago event on the cover. In addition, we feature softball Olympian Jennie Finch and her foray into triathlon, the top digital tools to track your multisport training, a case study that will help you improve your bike-handling skills and much more.
Fall USA Triathlon Magazine link: http://bit.ly/USATMagfall2013
|Spring 2013: Rankings Issue
|Winter 2013: Kid Power
|Fall 2012: Building a Better Triathlete
|Summer 2012: Olympic Preview
|Spring 2012: Rankings Issue|
|Winter 2012: Issues of the Sport|
|Fall 2011: ITU World Championship Series Special|
|Summer 2011: Olympic Primer Issue|
|Spring 2011: Rankings Issue|
|Winter 2011: The Beginners' Issue|
|Fall 2010: Speed Issue|
|Summer 2010: Duathlon Issue|
About USA Triathlon Magazine
Distributed to over 150,000 USA Triathlon members quarterly, USA Triathlon Magazine (formerly USA Triathlon Life) boasts the largest circulation of any triathlon magazine in the United States. Its mission is to keep members abreast of all of the exciting information for the multisport lifestyle. USAT news and events, articles on training and racing, and compelling feature stories and member profiles make this a must-read for the USAT membership.
The publication is a benefit for USA Triathlon members and is not available at newsstands.
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When quantities permit, additional copies or back issues of USA Triathlon Magazine can be purchased through USAT. The cost of each issue is $5 for members and $6 for non-members, inclusive of postage. To inquire about quantities, contact USAT Communications.
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To order additional copies or back issues, download the request form here and mail with your payment (checks only, please) to:
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2. Click the profile tab
3. Click edit profile
4. Click contact
5. Check the box marked "I do NOT want to receive a printed copy of USA Triathlon Magazine" in the Mailing List section.
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