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Miles of asking why…

This morning’s run was conducted in deep fog. The sub-zero siege that had hold of the American Midwest has let up long enough to allow a surge of warmer air to flow over Illinois. The snow on the ground and … Continue reading

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For this neutrino, it’s sink or swim time

Last weekend the workout plan included all three disciplines, the run, ride and swim. Saturday was a relaxed hour run in a¬†forest preserve called Herrick Lake. The preserve is a mixed habitat preserve with limestone gravel trails circling through deep … Continue reading

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Attack of the wetsuit strippers and other triathlon chaos

By Christopher Cudworth Ever since I started associating with this triathlon crowd, I’ve had a sense that there is something more to the sport than meets the eye. Thanks to intensive research at the recent Racine 70.3 Half Ironman Triathlon, … Continue reading

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With admiration for the bicycle commuter, and why I’m not one

Commuting by bike is a really sensible thing to do. If you know how to do it. And don’t live too far away from your office. And have a safe route to get there. And don’t need to leave the … Continue reading

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