Triton Triathlon Training – the new online training system from Canadian triathlete and two-time Olympic medallist Simon Whitfield – has a delayed its planned launch this May.
In a message to Triton fans and subscribers, Simon Whitfield notes that the spring launch of Triton shall be pushed back to bring on board new features and enhance existing aspects of the sytem:
We are posting this to keep you up-to-date with the most recent developments in the world’s first fully interactive triathlon training program.
After two years in development, we anticipated launching this spring and being satisfied with the result. But after careful analysis of the feedback from our beta testing, we’ve decided to delay the launch to enhance current features while adding some new ones.
We listened carefully to our beta testers about what they’d like to see. So we’re pushing back our release date in order to better accommodate our users even further.
These enhancements to Triton’s system will help users create an even more extensive and personal training experience going forward. We are hard at work implementing some of the changes and fine-tuning the overall experience.
Early reports from our beta testers are overwhelmingly positive. In fact, their feedback has exceeded our expectations.
We will continue giving you up-to-date information regarding Triton Triathlon and its official release date.
Thank you for your overwhelming support and feedback.