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TT Community

As a member of the TTEndurance community, you'll be in great company - sharing your passion for cycling, triathlon and endurance training with other athletes from all over. TTEndurance sponsors a number of teams, including:

  • USA Triathlon sanctioned team (2009 and 2010 Connecticut club champions)
  • USA Cycling sanctioned team
  • Elite triathlon team with top area athletes

TT club members enjoy group training, special club memberships and all the benefits that come with being part of a larger group.


Eneas Seals Bethel Spring Series

In what was easily the most challenging of weather conditions in the Bethel Spring series (In what has already been a very cold spring), light rain and gusty winds broke up the mens elite field from the start. Eneas rode aggressively in the early laps finding himself solo for the 1st part of the race eventually coming back into the fold of a small escape group. With 10 laps remaining Eneas made a finale and decisive move and soloed for his 4th consecutive win, and sealing the overall GC victory with 2 races still to come.


Battenkill Training Session Photo's

After 3 Saturday's of training with endurance coach Eneas Freyre throwing in some hill circuit training, a couple of flats, a little wind, and some dirt roads thrown in for good measure, our TTEndurance athletes are ready to tackle the Battenkill Cycling Race on April 5th. 

A little pre dirt section coaching prep.Post Ride Bliss.


A clean bike is a fast bike!





Continuing our monthly socials we will be holding a triathlon symposium on Thursday, May 1st at 7pm.  There will be drinks and refreshments with pro-triathlete Dominic Gillen sharing some of his firsthand knowledge from years of competing in the sport at the highest level.

Also appearing and fielding questions will be Pascale Butcher who brings an ocean of experience to the table as both as an outstanding age group triathlete and a renowned race director.

Hope to see you there, happy training!



TTEndurace Athletes Keep it Rolling into Spring

More tremendous race results for TTE Coaches Eneas Freyre and Tim Milenkevich this Sunday. Eneas won the 3rd Race of the Bethel Spring Series in dominating fashion: Lapping the field and triumphantly soloing the final six loops. Earlier that day at Jennings Beach in Fairfield, Timothy ran away from the field to win the St. Patrick's Day 4-Miler in 21:02, a 1:34 margin of victory.

In addition to these overall triumphs, several other TTE'rs had outstanding runs in Fairfield.  To be commended for their age-group podium races were Pascale Butcher, running 30:03 for 2nd, Christine Vincent clocking 6:55 per mile for silver in her respective AG and Krister Holm taking bronze in the M45-49 division. Great racing.  Steadfast attention to excellence in training will most often yield an A-1 outcome on raceday!

Tim Milenkevich with Female Winner and a Leprechaun


TTEndurance Coaches Cavalcade Into Spring with Victories

As the polar vortex of 2014 raged just beyond the glass panes of TTEndurance, the pains of TT's athletes sharpening themselves within resonated to the beat of treadmills and whir of wheels, resounding in stoic discipline.  Bent through the winter with a singular vision of excellence replete with athletic mettle, Eneas and the whole cadre of TTEndurance have prepared themselves for a warm weather campaign of vigorous racing that will undoubtedly yield many moments of unmitigated triumph.

           Eneas has already begun the charge with his 2nd Place podium finish at the initial race of the Bethel Spring Series.  Breaking away from the peloton while dragging a handful of cyclists with him, Eneas' only regret was not going harder and letting a final sprint meat out first and second place, (they had lapped the entirety of the field earlier on the mile or so criterium course.)  The following week, at the 2nd race of the Spring Series, Eneas went one better and won the race outright, despite having no teammates in the hunt with him.  Mr. Freyre has determined to contest the remainder of the Spring Series and contest for a GC overall win, a distinction that would match his GC victory from the 2013 Spring Series. 

            After this, a ride against the best domestic professional teams at the Tour of Battenkill is in order for Eneas, followed by a run at an age group national championship.  If all goes well, the summer will culminate with a podium finish at the Mount Washington Hill Climb, a grueling one- hour bike race to the summit of New England's highest mountain.

            Dominic Gillen has also experienced a winter of rarified training through this winter of discontent and favors a re-engagement in the sport of triathlon this summer.

            Torr Bennetta will be contesting as many of the New England, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania endurance off-road events as possible.  Individual race wins will be the order of the day, and with key events in May, August, and October, Torr is physically and mentally preparing himself to pin it when and wherever the gun goes off.

            Running coach Timothy Milenkevich opened his 2014 campaign with a 3rd place finish at the 5 mile State Championship, (1st in Age Group,) and followed this up with an overall 1st place victory at the Boston Buildup 20K.  Rolling week to week, Tim ran for 4th place in the 5K State Championship, (1st AG,) and a 2nd place finish in the Boston Buildup 25K, where he felt little shame in conceding the win to West Point's top distance runner.  Mr. Milenkevich has plotted out a vigorous Spring campaign with runs upcoming at the Warren Street 4 Miler in Fairfield, (New England's largest 4 Mile race,) the Boston Blowout 30K, the Danbury Half Marathon State Championship and, last but not least, the Boston Marathon.  Tim admits being behind schedule from where he was last year due to injury in January and bad outdoor training conditions but feels optimistic about steadily improving his fitness as the year progresses.

            TTEndurance trainer Tammy Kiernan has been transitioning to full time work at our Westport facility and feels as though 2014 will be a very successful year.  The Greenwich Half Marathon in April will be a good indication of run fitness and she feels that a successful move into sprint triathlons in the summer will be a good lead up to a Half-Iron in the fall.

           Pascale Butcher intends to ride strongly at the Tour of Battenkill as well as challenging the bike leg of the American Zofingen Short Course this Spring.  Strength on the bike will be a lead up to various triathlons throughout the early summer including Ridgefield Sprint and the Pat Griskus Olympic.  In late summer Pascale will be heading to France with a small group to ride a few stages of the Tour de France course, including the Tourmalet.  Her season's focal point will be qualification at Age Group Nationals in Triathlon for a bid at 2015 World's.

            Charting out our goals keeps athletes on-point, and we encourage all individuals involved with TTEndurance to make a plan, for however seemingly small or ambitious the goal; in the long run (or ride), we only hit that at which we aim.