Archive for August, 2007

Don’t drink the Gatorade

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2008 Ford Ironman USA Lake Placid SOLD OUT

July 23, 2007

On-line registration for
the 2008 Ford Ironman Lake Placid sold out in just a couple of minutes after
opening. Only 800 spots were available online after a record number of athletes
signed up on-site earlier in the day.

–Ironman Lake Placid
Website Announcement

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And the Winner is….

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Last week we challenged you to come up with a sponsorship arrangement that rivaled McDonalds’ support of a running race.  Our team of judges has debated furiously but reached a unanimous decision.  Two Words:  Absolut Rehab

The winning submission came from our own Sarah Wenk, who will receive a men’s XL T-shirt as a reward for her creativity. 

Honorable mention goes to Roberta Scheinmann who gave us timely "The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show presented by the Atlanta Falcons.  Thank you ...

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Coming Soon

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Emily’s training blog is in the works. Check back soon.

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Athlete’s Blogs

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This page contains a list of City Coach athlete blogs

– Nate’s
– Killers

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The Best of the Worst

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Fat_ronald_mcdonald_150Speaking hypothetically of course, if i was a snarky wiseass, I'd certainly have something to say about the fact that McDonalds – yes that McDonalds – is the sponsor of NYRR's Fitness, Mind, Body & Spirit Games in Central Park next month.  Short of getting NAMBLA to sponsor the kid's races, I'm not sure I can think of a ...

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CP Tri 2007

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1099381706_66aefd9383Congratulations to Nate Horne on his first overall victory of the season at yesterday’s Central Park Tri.  Along with Nate, we had Geoff Badner in 14th overall and 3rd in his age group, and Yvonne Kingon 5th overall and 1st in her age group.   

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Helene Cane 1939-2007

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image from www.facebook.comFollowing is the eulogy that I gave at my mother's funeral yesterday. I will miss her terribly.

 

While I’m heartbroken that mom’s gone, I’m relieved that her suffering is over, and I’m comforted to know that she had a good life.  She ...

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