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  • First triathlon goal becomes a reality in Goleta

    First triathlon goal becomes a reality in Goleta
    I am always looking for an athletic challenge. I need something to train for or I lose my motivation. This year I decided to try a triathlon: swimming, biking and running, one after the other.
  • Triathlete runs through the pain of husband's death in war

    On Saturday, Lisa Hallett of DuPont, Wash., will stare down her fears, plunge into Kailua-Kona Bay and begin the 2.4-mile swim that kicks off the grueling Ironman Triathlon on the Big Island of Hawaii. Just one week earlier, at a small park in DuPont,...

    Findlay beats breast cancer, takes on Ironman championship

    Findlay beats breast cancer, takes on Ironman championship
    Shayne Findlay took a more difficult route to the Ironman World Championship than most of the 2,000 elite athletes competing Saturday in Hawaii. The Palm Beach Gardens fitness instructor made a detour to beat breast cancer three years ago. On the...

    Triathlon newcomer Keller qualifies for Ironman world championship

    Steve Keller of Newport News gave himself "no chance" of qualifying for the 2015 Ironman World Championship next October in Hawaii. Fortunately, he was wrong. Despite his earlier no-chance thinking, the 29-year-old Denbigh veterinarian put together a...

    For local athletes, path to Ironman World Championships paved with long hours, deep belief

    For local athletes, path to Ironman World Championships paved with long hours, deep belief
    Rick Armiger is well aware of the grueling hardships that come with running in Ironman Triathlon races. "Sometimes, while you're racing, you wonder why you were so stupid to sign up for this," the 43-year-old Sparks resident said. For Armiger, it's...