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  • 7 Ways to Green Your Exercise Routine

    7 Ways to Green Your Exercise Routine
    Running races and triathlons are increasingly "greening" their operations--making their practices more sustainable to reduce their environmental impact. But what can you, whether you're a gym rat or a racing veteran, do? Here's a list of suggestions,...
  • Police: Orlando man, three sons killed by drunken driver who ran red light

    Four members of an Orlando family on a beach vacation were killed early Sunday morning when a drunken driver ran a red light and slammed into their car in St. Petersburg, police said. Elroy "Roy" McConnell, 51, an accountant and triathlete, was at the...
  • Former Dulaney runner and swimmer still staying active

    Former Dulaney runner and swimmer still staying active
    Running has a whole new meaning for Amanda Pagon these days. As a Dulaney senior, Pagon - then Amanda White - won three national cross country and track titles in 1992-93. She went on to run and swim on three NCAA championship teams at Stanford and later...
  • January 4 - Sharone Aharon

    January 4 - Sharone Aharon
    Well-Fit Triathlon & Training, Inc. 1700 West Hubbard Chicago (312) 846-1222 www.wellfitinc.com Top Ten Exercises of 2010 Cardio work – easiest, simplest and most effective way to get your body in shape 1. Walking – can be done anywhere and safest way...
  • A triathlete and her husband share the long road back

    A triathlete and her husband share the long road back
    Beth Fong paces in her wetsuit around the grassy park overlooking Tempe Town Lake, contemplating the grueling daylong race ahead. She has trained for months to swim, bike and run the nearly 141-mile Ironman triathlon. Her father, standing behind her,...
  • Fort Eustis golf pro Weissinger earns honor for supporting troops

    Andy Weissinger, the head pro at The Pines Golf Course at Fort Eustis, got a super shocker while watching the recent PGA Championship on television inside the course clubhouse. It was a phone call. Jim Remy, the president of the PGA of America, was...
  • Student runs marathon to say 'thanks'

    Student runs marathon to say 'thanks'
    Brian Boyle wants to run along the streets of the city that helped him learn to walk again. He doesn't mind the pain of the 26.2-mile Under Armour Baltimore Marathon. He has had more than his share in the past five years. The St. Mary's College of...
  • Geneva's McDowell wins silver in Youth Olympic triathlon

    Geneva's McDowell wins silver in Youth Olympic triathlon
  • Sports drinks are for intense activity

    Sports drinks are for intense activity
    You're headed to the gym or for a bike ride after work. Should you sip a sports drink before, guzzle it afterward or stick with water? The answer, according to sports nutrition experts, is … it depends. These drinks — Accelerade, Gatorade,...
  • Triathlete twins have it together

    It seems athletes David and Michael Belcher, juniors at La Cañada High, are always following one another. The identical twins are separated in age by just one minute, and when they race they don't usually finish far apart. More than once, the two...
  • Bicyclist killed by motorist remembered for living life at full throttle

    Bicyclist killed by motorist remembered for living life at full throttle
    Harry Nickell was riding his bicycle Sunday morning on the shoulder of U.S. Highway 27 near the Lakeridge Winery when a car traveling in the same direction wandered off the road and slammed into him from behind. In a blink, Lake County's unofficial...