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Bodmin and district grassroots sport September 30 09/30/15, via Cornish Guardian

TRIATHLON: some of the 313 children aged between eight and 14 who took part at the mini triathlon event in Bodmin. This was the last event in a series of four events held between April and September spread across the county. With heavy Marquee

Fulton Post

Strong showing expected for 10th running of Iron Girl triathlon 09/13/15, via Fulton Post

roads and a 3.4-mile run around the park, will begin at 6:45 a.m. on Sunday. The triathlon is in its second year under the Ulman Cancer Fund, which acquired the race in April 2014 after the Columbia Triathlon Association, also known as TriColumbia

YWCA Triathlon Swim Heat 6 April 27th 2014

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YWCA Triathlon Swim Heat 6 April 27th 2014.

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Kona Stations: The Little Blue Church | Triblog - bikrutz

The Hawaii Ironman run starts at the pier, @ mile 0 of Ali’i Drive, just past the corner with Palani. Since the finish comes down Ali’i to same spot, the run rises up Palani one block, turning right onto Kuikini which parallels Ali’i. This particular section, about a half mile long, includes both the first mile and the last mile of the race, so if you time things right, you can be starting out your run at the same time your favorite pro might be finishing. Those going about 12-12:30 for the day have this opportunity for reflected fame, as the photo motos following the leaders catch a fleeting image of the slower mortals. The route continues down Hualalai back towards the ocean and Ali’i. There, finishers turn right, those just starting out turn left. The next 9 miles follows the sea-hugging Ali’i, which offers at least the possibility of shade, as the afternoon sun gets filtered by trees and condos lining the Drive. A rolling route, small ups and downs the whole way, despite the level sea just meters away. The Little Blue Church heralds the turn around back into town. Peter’s Church, part of the St. Michael Parish, was built in 1882, just a mile north of its present location. A hundred years ago, it was moved, stick by stick, to a level foundation of lava rocks at one of the gnarliest surfing spots along the Kona coast. While the grass shack no longer exists (the Little Blue Church is there now), people still treat the remaining altar as sacred, a spot for offerings to the surfing gods. A microcosm of the melange which is modern Hawaii, new cultural artifacts and traditions existing with some harmony and a bit of dissonance side-by-side with the old. The church does not play a part in any Ironman legends, coming as it does so early in the run. But many a bike leader has struggled along here while a more patient, sleeker runner passes for the lead. For the rest of us, it serves as the marker that the first, and easiest, segment of the run is over. The return trip takes us to the other side of Ali’i, away from the shade, and just that much farther from the occasional respite of ocean breezes squeezing through the cracks between dwellings. Today, I ran most of that route, up and back, turning around just past the church. The best way through that soup, for me, is to run within myself. This almost bit me last year. A lady who regularly swims with my wife and I at the Y on Sundays, annually goes to Kona for a week, along with her husband, who stays a month or more, around the time of the Ironman. Last year, she told us she would be at the aid station just before that church. It’s kind of a funny one, near the turn around, giving us a chance for fluids twice in a half mile. I skipped the outbound aid, and almost forgot to fuel up when I came back around. Just as I remembered I needed to get some water, I looked up, saw a cup in my face, and there was Debbie, silent but with a smile on her face, holding one out for me. It’s on the Ali’i out and back that I begin wrapping my head around the pace I... Meaning, if I’m doing an *easy* marathon, I’m running at about 8:30-40 minutes per mile. Today, I averaged 9:37. And on race day, if I go 10:30 miles, I will count it a success. The Little Blue Church, with seating for twelve inside, is used mostly for weddings. As I pass, I should think about getting married to that pace, and draw strength from the twin altars, to the Catholic Jesus and the surfing royals. **********. Correction: yesterday, I reported on a man who had chained himself to the Ironman sign at the pier. I stated he was protesting the purchase of WTC by Wang Jianlin’s one of the richest men in China. While he points out the large sums of money accruing to many involved in the sale, he is upset not with the sale itself, nor its association with a foreign buyer, but with the request by the new owners that the fee paid by WTC for use of the pier...

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Bodmin and district grassroots sport September 30 - 09/30/15, via Cornish Guardian online

The Cornwall Mini Triathlon Series organised by Tempus Leisure held its final race of the season in Bodmin. This was the last event in a series of four events held between April and September ... with three of the 2014 winning crew making up the team ...

Metler shooting for even better St. George Marathon time this year - 09/24/15, via Spectrum

George resident Aaron Metler crosses the finish line as the winner in the 2014 St. George Marathon ... he saw shortly after it was announced that the full distance Ironman Triathlon would come to St. George in 2010, gave the St. George Leisure Services ...

'Scott Sanders, You are an Ironman' - 09/22/15, via Ludington Daily News

93-mile swim, 25.9-mile bike, and 6.2-mile run ... in December of 2014 focusing on running with bike building base plan which carried me up to the Boston Marathon in April. After that the training plan switched more into a triathlon plan.

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  1. 2014 World Triathlon Series schedule announced | Triathlon.org By Erin Greene on 16/09/13 at 12:31 pm . Following the 2013 PruHealth World Triathlon Grand Final, ITU today announced the schedule for the 2014 World Triathlon ...
  2. Triathlons to Do in 2014 | ACTIVE - Find & Register for ... Looking for the perfect race to do in 2014? Look no further. From sprints to long-course triathlons, these 12 events will not disappoint.
  3. Clitheroe Solo Triathlon 6th April 2014 - Epic Events 260 Ashton Hough M 11:24:10 06:07.6 01:17:54.45 00:41:40.80 02:05:42.85 156 65 142 59 Andrew Oates BLACKBURN ROAD RUNNERS MV50 09:10:10 09:36.9 01:16:39.85 00:39:47 ...
Auckland race - ITU World Triathlon Series 2014 - 6 of 6
Auckland race - ITU World Triathlon Series 2014 - 6 of 6
The Aussie trio of Aaron Royale, Dan Wilson, and Ryan Baillie battle for third place. Read the full post
ITU triathlon
ITU triathlon
6.4.2014: Auckland
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ITU triathlon
ITU triathlon
6.4.2014: Auckland
Photo by Nick in exsilio on Flickr
... Triathlon Series comes to Auckland 5-6 April 2014. http://softfern.com
... Triathlon Series comes to Auckland 5-6 April 2014. http://softfern.com
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Week Beginner Super Sprint Triathlon Plan
Mullet Man Triathlon on April 19, 2014
Mullet Man Triathlon on April 19, 2014
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