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Get Wet: Swim Tips for Triathlon Training

April 24, 2017


Tips and tactics to learn for successful racing

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Profile-Primetime: The Race to Grace with the Iron Nun

April 11, 2017


Sister Madonna Buder is a force to be reckoned with

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Get Wet: Braving the Open Water

April 24, 2016


Conquer your fears with these three tips

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Ultra-woman Beth Brewster is at it again

November 20, 2015


One of five women on the planet to be invited to compete in the 2015 race

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NW Kids: Fun runs and tri’s kids love

April 8, 2015


Running and cycling as a family reinforces key values I want to instill in my kids

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Seattle’s Blind Champion: Aaron Scheidies

November 11, 2014


From following blobs to front of the pack, Aaron Scheidies realizes his ‘normalcy’ and becomes a World-Class Paratriathlete

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Profile: Ultra Woman Beth Brewster

November 12, 2013


Kingston’s Beth Brewster to compete in Ultraman World Championship

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Iron Girl drops 5k/10k; transitions to triathlon

July 10, 2013


Many women’s lives have been changed over the years through their participation in the Danskin Women’s Triathlon. And this year’s event Aug. 18 at Seward Park will be no different—except by its new name: Athleta Iron Girl Seattle Women’s Triathlon.

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Weekender! Bend, Ore.

June 18, 2013


Bend is one of our perfect four-season getaways for the recreational athletic competitor. If your idea of rest and relaxation includes a race bib and a finish line followed by a great meal and a hot tub, plan a trip to this high-desert town.

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Beth Brewster invited to participate in the Ultraman

June 4, 2013


The pride of the Kitsap Peninsula, Beth Brewster, is about to embark on the race of her life. The owner of Kingston Adventures in Kingston, Wash. was recently invited

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The Evolution of the Triathlon

May 21, 2013


The first U.S. triathlon was held in San Diego in 1974, and the first Ironman race in Hawaii four years later. It’s been a long road to the Northwest since then, but multi-sport events are now an established part of the landscape.

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Escapes: Recreation in Wenatchee, WA

May 7, 2013


Outside the back door of Arlberg Sports is the 10-mile Apple Capital Recreational Loop Trail. Down the road in Cashmere lie some of the most epic downhill mountain biking trails in the state.

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Get 10% off at Unleash the Beast!

May 14, 2012


The third annual NW Adventure Sports Festival June 9-10 in Port Gamble, Wash. will include mountain biking, trail running, kayaking, standup paddle boarding, scavenger hunts, a fun run and races for beginners to serious racers.

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Women’s Charity Events

September 9, 2011


They don whimsical costumes and a sign letting everyone know who they are: Chemosabes. Amy McGraw, a Seattle elementary school teacher said the Chemosabes are her recruits of family and colleagues who participate with her in the annual Susan G. Komen Seattle 3-Day for the Cure walk in Seattle . . .

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TriMonroe invites pros and amateurs to rub shoulders

May 17, 2011

Trimonroe Lake Tye

If you want to experience the exhilaration of a world class triathlon without shelling out big bucks for a ticket to Hawaii, this summer is your chance. From June 25-26, the city of Monroe, Washington will welcome professional and amateur triathletes alike to compete in a unique weekend of Olympic distance races.

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Kids’ Triathlons: Strong and growing

April 12, 2011

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An increasing number of local triathlons are including events for junior competitors. Kids’ events are generally shorter than adult competitions and are adjusted for specific age classes…

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Why you should “Separate Water Molecules”

April 12, 2011


You’re at this end of the pool, preparing to swim to that end. How will you get there? “Silly question,” you say. “I’ll get there by pulling and kicking.” Well, a quick lesson in “fluid mechanics”…

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Spring Training in Threes

April 11, 2011


With the long, sunshine-filled days of summer stretching ahead, you might be giving some thought to ramping up your fitness level this spring. Like a supportive friend, the Northwest is here for you…

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Ski to Sea: Epic Race Celebrates 100 years!

April 11, 2011

Ski to Summit

The Ski to Sea Race every Memorial Weekend is seen as the kickoff to summer in Whatcom County. In 2011, the week-long festivities will celebrate the 100-year anniversary of the original race…

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