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The Sport of Triathlon proudly acknowledges our title sponsor Cambridge Holdings, Inc. Cambridge develops, owns and manages mindful healthy living communities and award-winning healthcare facilities across the United States.

Established in 2012 ,Team Cambridge’s mission is “Paying it Forward,” which emphasizes our team’s commitment to encourage as many people as possible to enjoy the health benefits, thrill of competition and personal fulfillment that come from being active in our sport.

At this time, Team Cambridge boasts 177 adult, and 28 youth athletes from the Dallas-Fort Worth area. For more information about joining our team please contact our general manager Scott Eder. Scott has 30 years’ experience in the sport of triathlon and will be happy to lead you through the process.

Once through the door you will then benefit from some of the best and the most experienced coaches in the sport, join our own masters swim program, get fitness tested with Coach Whitten, attend Run Club, take a computrainer cycling class and experience all we have to offer.

Please contact Scott via scott@teamcambridgetri.com or 214-912-9231 for more info.



Teammates on the move

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Ginger Spansel
Lauren Green was on a mission to make it to the finish line and
find herself victorious at the top of the podium. However...

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Ginger Spansel
"Just to say that I made TEAM USA would have been enough" - Ginger Spansel.
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Team Clean Sweep
Cambridge Sweep.. top team male. top team female. Overall winner Trent Simmons
overall female women Cristina Bell. Sweep baby!!! Check out those trophies.

Tri for Humanity Fastest Team
14 Cambridge athletes cooked and served dinner tonight at the Ronald McDonald
house for kids and parents of kids being treated at Children's Hospital. The worthy
effort was chaired by Trent and Holly Simmons and food was under the direction of
Benjamin and Sarah Looney.

Tri for Humanity Fastest Team
On Sunday, May 11 the town of Little Elm hosted the Tri for Humanity Triathlon. To
take advantage of the growing popularity of triathlon teams like Team Cambridge
the race offered a "fastest team " award. They took the top-five racers from each
team and form the cumulative scoring system. We came out on top. Here is Richie
and the rest of the team around the trophy. We get to keep it for a year and then
try to defend it in 2015.

Trent Simmons
USAT South Midwest Regional Sprint Distance Mens Champion.
Trent Simmons, First Overall at Wiki Wikiman April 27th, 2014.

Leanda Cave
Linsey Corbin, Scott Eder, Leanda Cave
Leanda Cave, April Hince, Linsey Corbin
Team Cambridge representing at Equinox Tri camp on January 25th, 2014 with
Ironman Champion Linsey Corbin and Ironman World Champion Leanda Cave.

Benjamin Loony
Jennifer Clark


In the News


April Hince Ironman 70.3 Texas
In her third Ironman 70.3 race in Galveston, Texas, April Hince accomplished a feat few triathletes realize...

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Team Cambridge Triathlon Racing team member Justin Meaders’ inspirational story.

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preston center “The Plaza at Preston Center’s new five-story mixed-use building...”
October 26, 2012
The Cambridge Building

Cambridge Holdings, Inc. has leased 18,756 square feet of office space at The Plaza at Preston Center’s new five-story mixed-use building, which will now be known as...

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How someone responds to the challenges life deals them speaks volumes about their character.
January 19, 2012 CBSDFW.COM
Fellow Cambridge Teammate and CBS 11 Anchor Doug Dunbar speaks to a Justin Meaders about his greatest challenge, and living his dream at the same time.

Jennifer Clark Amputee Mom To Compete For World Title.
Setpember 14, 2012 CBSDFW.COM
Jennifer Clark

Life is full of choices. Three years ago, a North Texas mother made a life altering choice, that would be gut wrenching for most anyone. From that moment that changed her world, she is now staring at the chance, to become a world champion...

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Team Cambridge expands sponsorship of paratriathletes.

Team Cambridge will enter the 2013 season (November 2012) with 10 paratriathletes, managed by Scott Eder and directly coached and mentored by our own Justin Meaders, currently racing for the team in this category. There are currently six categories for physically challenged athletes to compete in over the sprint paratriathlon distance of 750m swim, 20km bike (handcycle/tandem), 5km run (wheelchair) at the ITU World Triathlon Championships each year. Paratriathlon offers a unique and inclusive global opportunity for athletes of all disabilities to perform at elite levels in a modern, exciting and dynamic sport. Triathlon is a rare sport in which able-bodied athletes compete, side-by-side, with disabled athletes at both the national and international levels and Team Cambridge is proud to advance our mission of “Paying it Forward” by supporting our paratriathletes with team sponsorship.

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Anil Devegowda Team Cambridge in the French Alps.
“I highly recommend making it to the Alps for biking!!!” - Anil
Anil Devegowda 07/12/2012

Congratulations Anil Devegowda for being the first Team Cambridge athlete to battle Alpe d’ Huez!

Anil happened to ride the Alpe d’ Huez this morning - completing a 12 km bike ride with 21 switchbacks, an average grade of 7.9% and 3700 ft of climbing!!!

 
   

Escape from Alcatraz Escape from Alcatraz Part II:
‘A lot of wildcards,’ ‘Competition,’
Escape from Alcatraz 06/10/2012

“Sports Day DFW features Team Cambridge members Stephan and Taylor who participated in Sunday June 10th’s Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon in San Francisco.”

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Richie Conry The Athens TX, Triathlon was new to the man who passed the finish line first.
Richie Conry (right)

“...he is no stranger to physical training. In fact, he does it professionally... ”

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Scot Eder, Lance Armstrong Lance Armstrong reflects on Scott Eder’s influence during his teenage triathlete years.
Scott Eder and Lance Armstrong (1987)

“...as a teenager, he was chaperoned by Scott Eder, who Armstrong said was ‘a sort of coach meets agent meets big brother’. ”

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