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Masters of their Domains...UPDATED...

gregkevin(Photos - 2012 and 2011 Minnesota Masters of the Year Greg Taylor and Kevin O'Connor.)

2013 Male Master of the Year Report Card - As it is a super year for rookies and juniors, it is also a big year for male masters (M-40-59). There are a dozen or so 40+ men that have set high standards this year, and it will be a shame when

Sunday Tri Results...UPDATED...

fishLAKE MARION VI - Course records by Andy Wiberg (Sprint) and Dennis Dane (Olympic) were among the highlights of this claire

great event at what is arguably the Twin Cities' best tri venue. Avid fisherman,

Cooley Three-Peats at Detroit Lakes...

logoYoung Life Triathlon X - Grand Forks' totally likeable Sean Cooley collected his 3rd consecutive Olympic distance victory at the 10th anniversary Young Life Triathlon in Detroit Lakes this morning. His 1:58:57 was the 2nd fastest time in race history and Cooley's second best effort at the distance. His PR--1:58:24--was set at the Best of the US Championship in Hammond, Indiana in June.

Between the Olympic and Sprint races, there were 313 finishers and North Dakotans claimed three of the four overall titles. RESULTS

2nd By Seconds...

ben podiumBy Ben Ewers (benewers.blogspot.com)

USAT Age Group Nationals Race Report - In looking back at any race effort you usually can find 16 seconds in a 2+ hour race that you could have cut out. Less fumble in the transitions. Push the swim/bike/run/you-name-it just a little harder. At the end of the day, it's all OK, as long as you made the best combination of emotional, physical, and mental effort you could make on that day. I was beaten by 15 seconds in the USAT National Age Group Triathlon Championships held Saturday August 10th in Milwaukee with a time of 2:22:23 on a beautiful day for racing. I was excited about the result given that I was not where I had planned to be with my run fitness. Optimal fitness, emotional and mental readiness at this level of racing are crucial as finishing places can be separated by narrow margins of just seconds. For example, I've finished second twice (by 24 seconds and now 15 seconds) and won twice (by 12 seconds and 1 minute) at these National Championships...

Jim's Aquatic Heebie Jeebie-ism...

water fearED. James Barke is an aspiring triathlete who suffers from "AHJ" (Aquatic Hebbie Jeebie-ism), also known as "Swimophobia," aka, "No-kidding, I-can't-swim-and-even-putting-my-face-in-the-water-totally-freaks-me-out." He's launched a blog that is chronicling his journey.

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