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We're NJ's Premiere Tri Club!

Welcome to Paramount Multisport! We're a NJ Triathlon/Multisport club based out of Morristown, NJ.  We welcome endurance athletes of all kinds and all ages.. Here's how to get started with us:


4th Annual Hills Kid's Tri!

4th Annual Hills Kids! Triathlon

Hills Recreation Center, 75 Hansom Road, Basking Ridge
8:00am Sunday June 14th

Ages 6/7 - 25 yard swim, .5 mile bike, 2/3 mile run
Ages 8/9 – 50 yard swim, 1 mile bile, 2/3 mile run
Ages 10-12 – 100 yard swim, 1.5 mile bike 1 1/3 mile run

PARENTS: Child MUST be able to complete ALL distances of ALL their events BEFORE entering.

Swim will be in the outdoor pool. Bike will be done on Hansom Road and closed to traffic. Run will be on a path and sidewalk.         

$25 + USA Triathlon Youth Membership Fee (if child not a member).
Online only registration for racers at:

Online only registration for volunteers at:

There will be a limit of 75 racers and no race day registrations – the race has sold out every year! 

Want to Volunteer or Sponsor?
Email Race Director Dave @  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

This is non profit event organized by Paramount Multisports Club and sanctioned by USA Triathlon.

It is a fun event focused on participation and will not be timed. We will have food and refreshments (AND MEDALS) for all.



Upcoming Club Events


Kids Triathlon in the Hills - June 14th

What's cooler than seeing your little one compete in a fun hearted, yet competitive kid's length triathlon?  Nothing, so come on out and volunteer to help out.  Great time will be had by all.  Location is the Hills Recreation Center, 75 Hansom Rd, Basking Ridge, NJ 07920

Randolph Lake Triathlon - July 12th

Registration is open! Yup, you heard correctly and we've got some new things with it. In addition to the triathlon and aqua bike, we've got a duathlon, too.  Check out the website. As a member, you can get a 10% discount with the code in the members section. (Make sure you're paid up...we'll check!)

If you want a really sweet deal, we've teamed up with the Jerseyman Triathlon in May to create a "Do the Duo" prize. If you sign up for BOTH races, you will get a 10% discount on BOTH. (You have to sign up together.)


Guru Fit Event Review/Fit Review

On Feb 5th, Cycle Craft hosted an event introducing club members to the GURU Fit system.  This is the review from the event, and one person's review of their fit experience.  Head on over to the forum and check out the post.  Ask any questions, add any experiences you have had.


GURU Fit Review/Fit Review


IM Princeton Race Report by First Timer, Lori Procopio

So….this was my first long course triathlon.  This was my first triathlon that was longer than a sprint.  Just think, I only started doing this last year (2013)!  I wanted to complete a Half-Ironman the year I turned 40….and I did.  To say I was nervous is an understatement.  I WAS TERRIFIED!!!  Terrified of the swim, terrified of the bike, not so much the run…..just the swim and bike.

I watched the mass of people enter the water to warm up, so I made my way down to the waters edge to do the same. I needed to calm my nerves and my short warm up run didn’t help at all. For 70 degree water temp, that water was COOOOLD! After I swam for a bit, it felt better and less like I was going to freeze to death or drown.

I came out and slowly made my way to the person holding the placard for my wave….#14 at 7:50am. They were whipping through the waves like crazy. Everyones wave was going off on time. My wave was up. We swam quietly to the start buoys. Everyone wished each other good luck and said to have fun, with some light nervous giggling. WE WERE OFF!!


Read more: IM Princeton Race Report by First Timer, Lori Procopio

Ironman Reflections by Patty MacNaught

“For God did not give us a spirit of cowardice, but of power, love and self control.”

This is only one of several mantras that I repeated during my most recent Ironman.  Anyone that has toed the line for this 140.6 mile day will tell you that there comes a point when you have to dig deep, find your inner self, or call on a higher power to get you to the finish line.

For everyone except the pros, Ironman isn’t a race.  It’s a calling to challenge yourself to achieve the seemingly impossible.  It begins as a thought.  With credit card in hand, you take a leap of faith.  For the next 12 months you can think of little else.  You tell others of your plan while secretly asking yourself, “Am I really doing this?”

Read more: Ironman Reflections by Patty MacNaught


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