Triathleta , located in Thessaloniki Greece is a the place where Christos Garefis Team is coaching Triathlon  and Swimming . It concerns all athletes or other  people that want to advance to higher levels of performance and living

Triathlon Coach Athlete
Salonica Triathlon Team Sports club
Sports do not have age limits

Christos Garefis was born in Thessaloniki in 1955. He has studied Economics in Aristotelion University of Thessaloniki and Coaching in the U.S.A.  He’s married to Athina Kourkoutidou and father of Petros and Sofia Garefis. His experience and contribution to sports is great. He’s started in more than 4.000 high competitive races in 4 different sports all around the world. He has taught swimming in more than 32.000 youngsters and adults from 1980 till today and is still coaching athletes and himself. He is a Greek National champion as a coach of PAOK swimming team and Greece’s National Swim Team coach (1982-1989) He has participated under Greece’s National colors in 4 different Olympic Sports (swimming, water polo, sailing and Triathlon). He participated in the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens in the Tornado Sailing Class together with Iordanis Paschalidis and finished 12th. He practices Triathlon since 2012. By March 2013 since September2019 he has won 14 gold, 1 silver and 2 bronze medals in European and World ITU and Ironman Championship races. Geneva, Chicago, Abu Dhabi, London, Dubai and Nice are among the places where those races took place. At the age of 65+ he’s considered one of world’s most age group fitted athletes. In an era where health prevention is very important, he proposes a life time example of approaching our way of living, that gives us a chance to enjoy it. 
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The scale is cruel! For the first time in my life my weight reaches 3 digit numbers in kilos...I have just run out of excuses ...I am not an athlete and my every day schedule is full. Triathleta has all I need. Practice programs for everyone.  I am a champion of my own life!



Triathlon’s first event is swimming. Athletes compete outdoors in a triangle course. Supersorint (.3 miles 500m) Sprint (.5 miles 750m), Olympic (.93 miles 1.500 m), Half Ironman (1,2 miles 1.930 m) and Ironman (2,4 miles 3.9 km) are the sports registered distances. Finishing the course athletes enter the transition zone where they drop their wet suits and prepare for the bicycle event. When running in the transition zone they have it follow certain procedures such as wearing their helmet first and not riding the bikes before they exit it. Super sprint (6.2 miles 10 km), Sprint (12.4 miles 20 km), Olympic (24.8 miles 40 km) Half Ironman (56 miles 90 km) and Ironman (112 miles 180.25 km) are the regular distances. When finishing the bicycle event, athletes return to the transition zone, following procedures like getting off the bike prior the entrance and hanging it in a specific place. They change in their running shoes and head on the last event. Running is the last event in a triathlon race and the distances are Super sprint (1.6 miles 2.5 K), Sprint (3.1 miles 5 Km) Olympic (6.2 miles 10 Km) Half Ironman (13.1 miles 21 Km) and Ironman (26.2 miles 42.2 km)
Our extensive triathlon training content includes tips for athletes of all levels. Find plans to help keep you on track all created by Triathleta Team.
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Beginners tend to underestimate the need for a plan, but structure helps all levels disperse time and energy over the disciplines.
Target a short race, like a sprint or supersprint. Resist peer pressure to go too long too soon, and give yourself some time to get comfortable with the distances.
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