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Announcing New Partnership With Made To Tri

February 25, 2015

EnduroPacks To Become Nutrition Sponsor of Town of Huntington Triathlon for 2015

All-natural sports nutrition brand EnduroPacks has increased its list of sponsorships by announcing the addition of Made To Tri's, Town of Huntington Sprint Triathlon in 2015.

The Huntington Triathlon is one of Long Island’s finest races! This race includes a 750 meter swim at the beautiful Crab Meadow Beach, a scenic 9.8 mile bike ride through the hills of the Town of Huntington, and finishes with a 3.3 mile run through the charming streets of Northport which includes an uphill on the first half and a downhill on the second. The finish line will be at the spectator friendly Crab Meadow Beach where your friends and families will be able to cheer you on! 




Registrants that sign up for the Huntington Triathlon event will have the option of adding EnduroPacks daily nutrition system to their training in preparation for their upcoming race. Athletes of all levels have experienced benefits to their endurance training and recovery when consistently adding essential, all-natural, pre-, during-, and post-workout nutrients into their training diets. Now Huntington Triathlon participants can experience these training benefits as well.

To find out more about the Town of Huntington Triathlon event, visit their website at

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