TwitterCasting of St. Anthony's was an unqualified success and in every effort to increase awareness of the mission of Athletes for a Cure and the demand of triathletes worldwide we will be TwitterCasting LIVE from six additional top shelf races in 2009.
Follow each race on Twitter with Twitter.com/Athletes4aCure or www.TweetChat.com using hash tag #AFAC.
Allow me to present the schedule for the Athletes for a Cure Tour 2009!
June 14. AFAC will break out the tour at the Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon LIVE from San Francisco! Don't miss a single moment of the action from a packed pro field in this historic and storied race venue.
July 12, Boulder, Colorado. Considered a must-do race in the mecca of triathlon, the Boulder Peak Triathlon is consistantly voted as one of the best races in the country. Professionals and age-group athletes come from far and wide to challenge
themselves in the high altitude of the American Rockies.
August 22. Tuscaloosa, Alabama. USAT Elite and Age Group National Championship. Athletes for a Cure travels to TwitterCast the head-to-head contest of the fastest of the fast at the International distance. Tune in while this LIVE coverage keeps pace with 2012 Olympic team hopefuls and USA Triathlon's top amateur athletes of all age-groups.
September 20. Disney World, Orlando, Florida. The premier event of the Athletes for a Cure Foundation, is a weekend multisport festival with something for everyone in the family. Follow ten-year-old Winter Vinecki of TeamWinter.org while she races again to honor her father in this fast growing regional race. It also highlights the fundraising athletes all racing towards the ultimate goal - a cure for prostate cancer. Now is the time to get involved by joining in the quest at Athletes for a Cure.org Follow along on race day as the TwitterCast showcases these athlete heroes.
September 11. Dallas, Texas. Toyota US Open Triathlon. Not only is the city big but the prize purse is too. All eyes will be on this International distance race when the Lifetime Fitness Series holds its championship within the glitz and glam of Texas's premier city.
September 25. Austin, Texas. This, the first 70.3 race on the tour, promises to bring out the fastest in the land as athletes look to qualify for the next year's 70.3 World Championship. The challenging course is quickly gaining a must-do rac by both professionals and age-groupers alike.
Now is the time to mark you calendars and be a part of this unique fusion of social media, sport, and utmost important causes. You can count on the Athletes for a Cure Foundation to bring you all of the action direct to your favorite Twitter catching device monthly. Don't miss any of the action and sign up to follow Athletes4aCure on Twitter today.