Tuesday, 19 April 2011 04:00
ED. - Born to Run author Christopher MacDougall is returning to the Twin Cities. Once again, the funny and insightful author, along with Gear West XC Ski, Run & Soccer, The Bookcase in Wayzata and Vibram FiveFingers, will host a fun run and a discussion. The first event was wildly successful, drawing more than 350 attendees. This Event, which will include a picnic, will be even bigger and more fun.
Christopher McDougall, author of the bestselling book, Born To Run, is bringing this RUN EVENT into town and you're invited!
SATURDAY, June 4, 2011
Narocit Zena *...
Monday, 18 April 2011 03:00
Photos - Cindy with Big Hair - Cindy running like a banshee - Cindy kissing a kid
Mini-Bio - Plymouth resident Cindy Blackstock is pretty, has big hair, a totally cool husband and several kids, all of whom are genetically doomed to be outstanding. She enjoys napping and watching "Desperate Housewives" and kissing her children (photo). She is also a great cook who..
Scientist, Artist, Athlete...
Friday, 15 April 2011 03:00
Do you know Lakeville triathlete Jonathan Falkowski? If you do, you know that he is an outdoorsy, artsy-fartsy, dog-loving dentist with movie star good looks, a totally ripped bod with huge guns, and has a gorgeous fiance'
Thursday, 14 April 2011 03:00
MN Triathletes Not Afraid of Heartbreak
By Darin Wieneke
Endurance athletes love to train, love to race and love to endure pain. If you are reading this article, you know what I am talking about. Accordingly, you will not be surprised that a number of Minnesota triathletes, including myself, are heading out to Boston to take on Heartbreak Hill and run the 115th Boston Marathon on Monday, April 18....
Pickin ' & Grinnin'...
Wednesday, 13 April 2011 03:00
WARNING: Some of what is posted here is pure gibberish.
Going Off Course - As a child, Nevis triathlete David Lewis was a gifted nose picker. While most kids relied on the index fingers of their dominant hands to do their nasal mining, David was adroitly excavating his nostrils with all ten digits. In the vintage photo here, the right-handed youngster, age 3, is expertly utilizing the ring finger of his left hand. Impressive, indeed.
David claims that his ten-finger nose-picking dexterity has contributed to the heightened development of other phalangeal skills, like playing concert piano and typing 200 words a minute. David admits that he doesn't actually play the piano or type really fast, but believes that had he been interested in those things, he would have become proficient in record time....
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