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lauraBy Warren Peece

Our All Time favorite triathlete / Realtor is Laura Sampsell Hoffman. Why? Because she advertises on MTN. And because she's totally cute and sweet and interesting, too. (see hot photo L)

Over coffee I explained to Laura that my house sucks. When MY WIFE bought the place she did not take into account all the little things that are important to me as a triathlete. Nor did she enlist the aid of a Realtor who was also an endurance athlete. Instead, she based her selection of a house on criteria that was important to HER, i.e. that it was close to a good elementary school, Cub and Leeann Chin....

Darin Q's, Dave A's...

dave(Photo - Dave Schutz with son, Kaler)

Q&A with NEW Life Time Fitness Minneapolis Triathlon Race Director Dave Schutz

By Darin Wieneke

The Life Time Fitness Minneapolis Triathlon is celebrating its 10th Anniversary this year. If you have experienced this race in the past, you know that Life Time is to Minnesota triathlon what the Academy Awards is to actors. Lifetime is about as glitzy and glamorous as it gets in our triathlon scene. There is a buzz that you start to feel at packet pick-up at the Minneapolis Convention Center, it continues the morning of the race when you witness the sea of bikes in transition, and it reaches a near peak when some of the top professional triathletes in the world toe the line....

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Mashing & Sparging With Bill...

bill c(Photo L: Triathlete / brewer / totally cool guy Bill Copenhagen.)

By Tom Segar

Beer and Triathlon might not necessarily go hand-in-hand, but they

A Sound He Could Not Ignore...

litterED. - We had lunchies with triathlete/embroidery guy/amazingly good rookie nordic skier Bendon O'Flanagan last Monday. Gosh, he's a cool guy. And one of the most honorable dudes you'll ever meet. Last August we posted a story about Brendon's confrontation with a litterer. For those who may have missed that story, here it is:

"Hey!" Brendon called in a controlled voice; neither too loud, nor too combative. He walked briskly toward the escaping vehicle.

The taxi driver, who was backing out of a space in the Cub parking lot, stopped and turned his face to his summoner.

Their eyes met.....

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