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Like running into a pile of bricks

Sunday morning is the Batavia Duathlon. And as you know, one of the more challenging facets of competing in triathlons and duathlons is the part of the race known as “the brick.” That’s when you get off the bike after a hard ride and start trying to run again. Continue reading

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A new and healthy way to look at competition in life

Whether you choose to believe it or not, you’re always competing with yourself. I know I do. It’s inevitable that we compare our current selves to our past selves. We want to know how we’ve grown or changed. We ache … Continue reading

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How competition can lead you to your best times

By Christopher Cudworth  For 98% of the running population, the word “racing” is a misnomer for what transpires when most people show up at a running event. Racing actually involves trying to aggressively outrun another runner or a group of … Continue reading

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