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IRONMAN Announces First Event in Finland | June 30, 2018

Athletes can expect to race through almost untouched nature. Photo Credit – Visit Finland IRONMAN Announces First Event In Finland Along With New IRONMAN 70.3 Midnight Finish IRONMAN, a Wanda Sports Holdings company, recently announced  the addition its first event ...

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7 Tips For a Smooth Transition

By Chris Newport It’s one thing to be able to swim, bike and run fast, but it’s another thing to string them all together quickly. Whether you’re new to triathlon or you’ve been rocking the multi-sport lifestyle for years, knowing the tricks ...

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TRIATHLON – Finding Myself Again: An Interview with Tri It For Life Mentor Barbara Kovach

 By Joscelyne Hauserman Strong, resilient, and inspiring—these are the three words that come to mind when describing Barbara Kovach. After nearly losing herself from battling breast cancer for half a decade and thirty years as an educator, Barbara needed a ...

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TRIATHLON – “Can a person born with a severe facial deformity be considered lucky? I am.”

“Can a person born with a severe facial deformity be considered lucky?  I am.” As a child born with a cleft lip and palate, I was lucky to be born in a hospital with an outstanding craniofacial repair team. The ...

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EVENT PREVIEW – The 3 Little Pigs Triathlon | June 18 | Smithfield, NC

Who will win the coveted Big Bad Wolf trophies (Top 3 Men/Women) this year? This is the 7th year that the Chick-Fil-A 3 Little Pigs Triathlon, presented by Sysco, has been held. The swim is in the beautiful Smithfield Recreation and ...

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EVENT PREVIEW – Mountains to Main Street Races Showcase Downtown Greenville

The Mountains to Main Street Race Festival, set for May 22, gives every triathlete and runner, from the competitive age-grouper to the novice, the experience of a lifetime. Triathletes will traverse a course that spans three counties across the Upstate of South ...

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RAMBLIN’ ROSE PROFILE | Sharon Swink

Sharon Swink, 49 | Lending Project Manager, Clemmons, NC “I love how encouraging everyone is including the volunteers and staff.” “This is my third year of Ramblin’ Rose and my goal is to complete the race at EVERY venue. This was ...

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EVENT PREVIEW – Ramblin’ Rose Chapel Hill | October 2, 2016

Ramblin’ Rose Chapel Hill | 250 yard swim – 9 mile bike – 2 mile run Registration Information: 850 total slots available Individual Entry: $75 through May 29, 2016 $80 through August 19, 2016 $85 through Race Weekend Relay Entry: $125 through May 29, 2016 ...

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RAMBLIN’ ROSE PROFILE | Heather & Claire Wagner

<PHOTO CREDIT – Carolina Snapshot Photography> Heather Wagner, 41, and Claire Wagner, 10 | Licensed Professional Counselor and student, Burlington, NC “My life is different now because I have the courage to try new things.” “I had done a Ramblin’ Rose ...

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TRIATHLON – Stretching the Transition: “Not your time, your tight hips”

By Brian Beatty The goal of a triathlon transition is to move as quickly and efficiently as possible between the disciplines. A few simple moves can assist your body to transition smoothly. Particularly challenging to the body is the T2 transition ...

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