And Speaking of Morons...
Wednesday, 13 October 2010 05:00
By Al Terego
Congratulations aplenty go out to non-morons David Thompson and Patrick Parish. DKT excelled in the 2010 Life Time Fitness Race to the Toyota Cup Series, finishing an awesome 2nd at Philadelphia and New York, a fine 4th at Chicago, a solid 7th at LTF-Minneapolis and finally, I suspect, a fatigued 9th--he did that ironman thing a few weeks back--at the Dallas US Open. In the process, he amassed $19,800 in prize money. Totally cool, you must agree? DKT's pleased. The photo (L) lucidly illustrates what David looks like when he's happy.
FYI, David does NOT lend money, so don't even think about asking.
Buzzed cranium and clad in signature compression calf guards and a Breath-Right Strip, Patrick Parish capped his 10-win 2010 season....
Teej's Words..."No Asterisk Allowed...."
Tuesday, 12 October 2010 05:00
Triathlete Magazine's Editorial Big Cheese T.J. Murphy is a great guy, has a wonderful sense of humor, an easy smile, a cool brother who is a kick-ass photog, and is a terrific writer. Even when it's only a blurblette for his magazine's website. In case you haven't read his cursory coverage of the Ironman World Championships, here it is:
Today started off with a bang within the hour before the start of the race: We knew for certain that Chrissie Wellington
Whadda Weekend! Updated...Updated Again...
Sunday, 10 October 2010 14:03
* PARISH 3rd AT DALLAS US OPEN ELITE CHAMPS...RESULTS
* DKT POCKETS 7-LARGE AT US OPEN!
* CATHY LEE & ALEX HOOKE ROCK KONA! RESULTS
* JOE MOYER WINS GREEN BAY DU. ANN TAKES 4th; EASTLUND 7th. RESULTS
Much more on Page 2....
Duathletes of the Year...
Saturday, 09 October 2010 05:00
Racing For Syrup...
Saturday, 09 October 2010 04:00
By Tara Makinen
Better Late Than Never Race Coverage - If you weren't at the Kickin' Leaves Duathlon in Grand Rapids, MN last Saturday (Oct. 2), put this race on your calendar for next year because this race has it all: pine forests, views of the Mississippi River, maple syrup for the age group awards, post-race BBQ and lots and lots of leaves to be kicked.
As reported by MTN, Taggart Downare won the race by a significant margin. The out-and-back bike course provided spectacular views of the falls colors and, for participants like myself an opportunity to spectate the leaders in front. By the..
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