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....
More Cool Beans...
Tuesday, 12 April 2011 03:10
NORTH AMERICAN JUNIOR INVITATIONAL: : Ages 12-17 (from MplsTri.com)
NEW for 2011! The Life Time Minneapolis Triathlon will be hosting the North American Junior Triathlon Invitational
Is The Equalizer Back?
Tuesday, 12 April 2011 02:45
By Darin Wieneke
The rumor on the street is that the EQUALIZER format will be back for the professional race at this year
Paul Takes Five...
Tuesday, 12 April 2011 02:30
5 Questions For Award Winning Tri Photographer Paul Phillips (3 of our favorite Paul Phillips pics appear on the second page of this post.)
By Darin Wieneke
Ever dream about changing your career or starting your own business? It is probably fair to say that most people would answer this question in the affirmative, but do not take the leap of faith into the new endeavor. Paul Phillips is someone that did take the leap a number of years ago and followed his passion for photography by starting Competitive Image. A Minneapolis-based event sports photography company. His passion has now taken him around the world and recently to the top of the triathlon photography podium, where he was awarded the Best Published Triathlon Photo for 2010 by Triathlon America for his photograph of the men
Monday, 11 April 2011 03:00
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