Race Coverage

Dave's Legacy...

dave(Matt Fulton / minnefotamoments.com photo - Green Lake Race Director Dave Baker rockin' a pink shirt and a very cool black hat.)

Triathlon: Green Lake tri

More Cool Weekend Stuff...UPDATED...

pamOTTAWA DUATHLON WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS - MTN congratulates all of the Minnesota participants who competed at Du Worlds in Ontario on Saturday. Three of our state's run-bike-runners medaled! They are Pam Stevens (2nd 60-64M - photo), Mike Buenting (3rd 35-39M) and Paige Danielson (1st 16-19W Sprint Race). RESULTS

10th annual GREEN LAKE OLYMPIC & SPRINT TRIATHLONS - Sarah Berger posted her first career multisport win on Sunday. Sharing the Olympic race's Top Step with her was John Heinlein. The sprint race was won by rookie star Casey Miller, who also was victorious at the Walker Tri, and South Dakota's Teresa Van Hyfte, who has great hair and also won this race in 2012. The weather was perfect for racing and the pulled pork was yummy.

Rand Middleton's coverage will appear on MTN later this week. RESULTS...

Minnesotans by the Numbers...

usat2013 USAT AG NATIONALS - Here's some cool data about Minnesota athletes at yesterday's Olympic Nationals:

- Heather Lendway WON the women's overall title! Her time of 2:05:37 was the fastest women's time in Nationals history (1989-present).

- Minnesota women in the Top 100:

1. Heather Lendway, 29, St. Paul - 2:05:37 (1st overall/1st 25-29W)

13. Claire Bootsma, 26, Mpls - 2:10:05...

Minnesotans Doing Milwaukee Nationals...UPDATED...MAJOR PEE-YOUR-PANTS UPDATE -

USAT AG NATIONALS - It's 10:30ish and some of the AGs are finishing. MTN congratulates Medina's KEVIN O'CONNOR, who is currently 2nd overall and 2nd in his 40-44M category. His time is an awesome 1:58:15. Stay tuned for further updates.

- It appears that St. Paul's HEATHER LENDWAY has posted the fastest women's swim split thus far: 18:43! That's right, folks, she's currently leading the women's race!

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Gopher-Badger Warfare...

chisagoChisago Triathlon

By DEVON PALMER

Posted on July 29, 2013 by palmertri

It was a cool and breezy morning at the Chisago Triathlon yesterday. Odd for late July but I certainly appreciated it. The swim was unbelievably brief and I wasn

Charm & Uber-Friendliness...

transBy Julia Lyng

Race Report - Minnewaska Triathlon has become a family tradition of sorts. We love this race. It's full of small town charm. Where else would you find bikes that are "racked" lying sideways on the ground? The race director is a "hoot" as Jerry would say and always remembers us when we show up for our race packets. The volunteers and athletes are uber-friendly. And, it's the perfect distance and course for beginners. A 400-yard swim that runs parallel to the beach so you can touch bottom the whole way. An 11.1 mile bike that winds past the lake with it's beautiful homes and cottages and out to the countryside. Don't let the scenery fool you though. The bike course also has it's challenges including rumble strips, turns, and quite a few hills. Then a super flat and fast 2.5 mile run out and back along the lake....

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