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PlayTri opens triathlon performance center in Coppell

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Coppell, TX - Play Tri, the fast growing sports retailer this week opened its newest triathlon performance center in Coppell. The latest location is their third store in addition to its Dallas and McKinney sites.

It is located at 7171 Colleyville Blvd., Colleyville, not far from the intersection of highways 114 and 121.

Like the other performance centers, the Coppell location offers everything a triathlete needs to train and race. It carries a full line of road and off-road bikes, major brand running shoes, swimming gear, nutrition products, and triathlon accessories.

The store is staffed by experienced triathletes well versed in equipping everyone from first-time athlete to the most seasoned professional.

With the new location, Play Tri also extends the reach of its triathlon club into the mid-cities area of the Dallas Fort Worth metroplex. As a performance center, the store is more than a place to buy gear. It's also a place to meet other triathletes for group training, test their fitness on high tech treadmills, ride their personal bikes on stationary trainers, and swim in the indoor endless pool.

Ahmed Zaher, the store's owner, along with his wife, Staci, say they plan on opening more stores in the coming years.



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