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kortHOLT Race Report: Bad Voodoo continues

By Kortney Haag

I love this race and was looking forward to it all week long. I knew the weather was going to be warm but I thrive in the warm weather. I would much rather it be 90 degrees than 75. I also knew this was going to be good training for Pigman Long Course in August which is known to be steamy.

My swim is still not where it needs to be - especially since I didn't swim for six weeks and then I fell down the stairs a couple of weeks ago and I might have a slight crack in my rib or a rib out of place. Swimming hurts as well as taking in deep breaths. I was hoping that with the rain the lake would...

Three Girls & A Truck...

girls(Photo - Road Trip! Molly, Jen and Cindy.)

By Jen Martone

We met at Caribou five days prior to departure to review logistics, which was pretty funny and maybe a little nerve racking for me and Cindy (Blackstock) who were feeling a tad under prepared for the

Mini Tri For Fun....

logoLuna Chix Press Release - As LUNA Chix we have two passions....getting women involved with the sport of triathlon and raising money/awareness for The breast cancer fund.

The Mini Tri for Fun will allow us to do both!!....

Well Worth the Drive...

claire swim(All Photos courtesy John Lovretta/The Hawk Eye.)

By Claire Bootsma

Lake Geode Challenge - Lori Rudy, the super friendly and nice race director of the Lake Geode Challenge, asked that Dan Hedgecock and I extend an invitation to all Minnesota triathletes to come down and race next year. If you don

Seriously Cool Awards...

dalaChisago Sprint Preview - One of the many cool things about the Chisago Lakes Triathlon is it's reverence for Swedish stuff. The Chisago Lakes Area, which encompasses the villages of Lindstrom, Shafer, Center City and, of course, Chisago City, promotes itself as "America's Little Sweden," thus it's appropriate that race organizers "Swedish-icize" their event.

They do so in a number of ways. For instance, serving nummilicious Swedish pancakes and ice cream after the event. And finishers stride beneath a large blue flag adorned with a golden cross.

And this year, awards winners (in both the sprint and the half) will receive totally cool and beautiful Dala Horses (photo L), which are very important in Swedish culture. Gloria, CLT founder/director and one who is always on the lookout for cool ways to upgrade her events, sent us this cool verbiage about Dala Horsies:...

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