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The MSU Department of Military Science (ROTC) is one of the nation's top ROTC programs. Our program consists of academic classes, leadership labs, field training exercises and physical fitness training. Each summer select Cadets attend the Leadership Development and Assessment Course at Fort Lewis, Washington and some cadets attend Army schools such as Airborne and Air Assault. Cadets also have the opportunity to participate in the Army's Culture and Language Program which involves overseas traveling to increase cultural awareness. Upon graduation, Cadets are commissioned into the Active Army, US Army Reserve or the National Guard as Second Lieutenants.
Kurt Manufacturing got its start in the cycling industry when it began manufacturing the trainer frames for a competitor. The competitor went bankrupt in 1999. Stuck with a great deal of inventory and tooling and armed with the knowledge about leaking resistance units, Kurt decided to apply its precision manufacturing expertise to build bike trainers. The result was a design so innovative it was awarded a patent for its leak proof fluid resistance unit.
Fuji makes fantastic bikes. They help the Spartans tear up the bike course, and look good doing it.
myTRIguys is a triathlon store run by Paul in Livonia. The MSU Triclub has teaming up with them for many of our sponsoring and training needs. They have mechanics with experience for anything from bike fitting or simply getting a tune up. They have tons of triathlon gear and accessories to help any triathlete take their training to the next level.
Aaron Scheidies is a 29 year old that has overcome more in his short life than many conquer in a lifespan. Born with a hereditary eye condition that slowly deteriorates his central vision, Aaron now has 20% of the vision of a fully sighted person. After battling through hard times in his early teens, Aaron found the sport of triathlon and turned his life around. Beginning with sprint triathlon and continuing up the triathlon pyramid, Aaron is now a seven-time triathlon World Champion and eight-time National Champion, having traveled around the globe competing in over nearly 200 triathlons.In 2005, Aaron teamed up with four other blind individuals to conquer the world’s single most grueling event, the Ironman triathlon (2.4mi Swim, 112mi Bike, 26.2mi Run) on the legendary Couer d’Alene course. Just as he is a multi-dimensional athlete, he also excels in all aspects of life. At Michigan State University Aaron had a perfect 4.0 GPA, was the president of the MSU Triathlon Club, volunteered over 100 hours helping other students with disabilities and was inducted into the Athletes with Disability Hall of Fame. He graduated with a BS in Kinesiology from MSU and in July 2008 completed his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Washington going on to work as a therapist for Rehab Care.
TYR is one of the new sponsors of Michigan State Triathlon. They provide us with race kits and wetsuits....