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Wearing down the competition, and not yourself

So many endurance events come down to a contest of attrition. In a distance race, the matter of who wins and who loses often comes down to the competitor that can hang on the longest. During one of my triathlon … Continue reading

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Gratitude goes a long way

Last year for the Batavia Triathlon/Duathlon it was my honor to work the course as a volunteer. Our club Experience Triathlon hosts the race and it takes multiple dozens of workers to make the race go forward. From course marshalls … Continue reading

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Multisport Madness Triathlon Team moves youth to new levels

By Christopher Cudworth with contributions from John Lorenz Runners and cyclists who like to train where there is less traffic have long favored the roads in Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory in Batavia, Illinois. There are long sections where bike and … Continue reading

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