14th Annual Osprey Sprint Triathlon – coming Oct 5

050625-N-7575W-011SANDI SMITH | 10 September 2013

14th Annual Osprey Sprint Triathlon

October 5, 2013

Maryland Coastal Bays Program is gearing up for our largest fundraiser, the 14th Annual Osprey Sprint Triathlon. Registrations are steadily coming in so we are contacting you to remind you that we limit our event to 500 participants. This makes it manageable and fun.

MCBP is an environmental non-profit organization working to protect our five bays behind Ocean City, Maryland and Assateague Island National Seashore. This event would not be possible without the support of our athletes, sponsors and our volunteers.

This year, we’re continuing to go the distance for GREEN! We’re making a larger commitment to responsible race production and we hope that you’ll join us in the effort to make this a successful green event. Here are some of the things we’re doing to make our race more environmentally friendly:

Administrating a paper-free registration process to reduce paper waste. Any application received via mail will not be accepted. For more information or to REGISTER, click here or visit active.com.

  • All racers will receive an eco-friendly item in place of a ‘goody bag’
  • We will continue our efforts to recycle as much of our race waste as possible
  • Leftover food will be donated to local charities/food banks
  • Medals made from recycled bike chains will be passed out to our race winners!

We hope that you’ll join us in making our 14th anniversary race the best and most earth -friendly yet! Please contact Sandi Smith if you have any questions!


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