A triathlon coach has lost his life during a 77.7 mile race in NY
According to the race organizers of a 77.7 mile relay in Seneca Lake, a triathlon trainer has lost his life during the event while participating in the race.
Unfortunately, all the other participants and medical experts were unable to help Jackson, the triathlon trainer, and couldn’t save him despite the immediate help he received. According to the event organizers, he suffered from a medical emergency and diet within minutes.
Jackson was a well-known triathlon coach at Fleet Feet Sports Syrancuse and he was expert in training triathletes in their beginner and intermediate stage. Also, he coached different winter triathlon programs and had more than 30 years of coaching experience.
The Seneca7 race is a running competition which involves many seven-member teams that run around Seneca Lake. This event receives many participants. This year, it received 328 seven-member teams participating for the first place involving different groups of age.
It begins and also ends in Geneva. It starts in northern part of the Seneca Lake, located 35 miles southeast of Rochester.
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