Posts Tagged 'swim'

From 66th to 17th Place at Nationals

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From 66th to 17th Place at Nationals

I’m currently in the air, the only mode of the classic ways of travel – by sea, by land, or by air – not demonstrated in triathlon. Instead, we propel ourselves through water, pick up our trusty machines and traverse 40 kilometers on two wheels, then abandon our equipment as hurriedly as we swim to it. Finally, we run off on our own two legs, determined to demonstrate machinery-free self-reliance.

I’m on my way back from my second appearance at the annual ...

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Philadelphia Triathlon Recap

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Philadelphia Triathlon Recap

Rewind the clock to 2012, and if you ask multi-sport endurance rookie Brian Sica what he would change, the answer would be, “I should have been a Duathlete, swimming sucks.”

Fast forward to June 28th, 2015, Trirock announces that the swim portion of the Philadelphia Triathlon has been cancelled. My first reaction, “Now I definitely won’t place.” Seriously dude? It’s amazing how my perspective on the sport has changed over time as my swimming has made leaps and bounds, while the other ...

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Richmond Masters Swimming

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Richmond Masters Swimming

City Coach’s Marc DeLese is starting a masters swimming program on Staten Island. For those of you looking for a good workout without coming into Manhattan, it’s a great opportunity.

Richmond Masters Swimming

  • Meet 4 times per month on Sundays at CSI
  • 10-11am
  • $70/ month, $25 drop in
  • First practice: January 6th

Check them out on Facebook for the latest details.

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