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Track Cycling

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  • Star Track: Sam Gale

    One of the best pre-teen motorcycle riders around comes from Middlesex County – Locust Hill, to be specific. Sam Gale, at age 12, won all six of his races in recent District 13 American Motorcyclist Association competition. He won the 85-cc class in...
  • Gear: A step up in home ellipticals

    Gear: A step up in home ellipticals
    The elliptical trainer and its smooth oval foot pattern was a hit the moment it arrived on the scene in the mid-1990s, but a good one that could stand up to regular home use without rattling apart has never come cheap. That's doubly true of some of the...
  • Visitors are welcome at U.S. Olympic Training Centers in Colorado, California

    Visitors are welcome at U.S. Olympic Training Centers in Colorado, California
    CHULA VISTA, Calif. — Kara Patterson holds a long, heavy javelin above her head. She waits. She moves it next to her ear and runs. In one smooth motion, it flies from her hand in an elegant arc, landing way down the field as it plunges its point...
  • Briefs: Sailor among elite

    Briefs: Sailor among elite
    Cinnamon Sary, a Newport Harbor High incoming senior, has been selected to the American Volleyball Coaches Assn. High School Under Armour All-American watch list for the upcoming girls' volleyball season. Sary, who has verbally committed to USC, was...
  • World cycling championships over; Tamayo and Lea wait for potential Olympic berths

    World cycling championships over; Tamayo and Lea wait for potential Olympic berths
    The 2012 UCI World Track Cycling Championships didn't bring the best of results for local cyclists, but served as a renewal of effort toward the 2012 London Olympics. Lauren Tamayo, formerly Lauren Franges, of Barto, teamed with two other U.S. women to...
  • Fahy Bridge fatality flicks high beams on bicycle safety

    Fahy Bridge fatality flicks high beams on bicycle safety
    Q: I am a bicycle commuter. I enjoy bicycling to work both for the exercise and to save money. I was very saddened to learn of the recent death of Pat Ytsma, a cyclist who was reported to be very concerned with bicycle safety and yet was hit by a car as...
  • Health & Fitness Guide 2012: List of Health Clubs in Fairfield County

    Health & Fitness Guide 2012:  List of Health Clubs in Fairfield County
    Bethel A Lasting Fitness, 11 Stony Hill Road, (203) 794-1035, alastingfitness.com, Human performance and athletic development, kettlebells, strength & power, body sculpting & weight loss, core & stability, injury & rehabilitation. Bethel Snap Fitness...
  • Win a cake for Father's Day

    Want to win a cake for Father’s Day? Join the Cake Walk at Calvary Temple, 147 S. Conococheague Street, on Friday from 6 to 8 p.m. Price is $1 per walk. Event is sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary of Calvary Temple and is open to everyone....
  • Lehigh Valley Recreation

    AMUSEMENT PARKS APPLE BLOSSOM VILLAGE, 690 Allegheny Road, Mt. Bethel, 570-897-9050, http://www.appleblossomvillage.com CAMELBEACH MOUNTAIN WATERPARK, P.O. Box 168, Tannersville, 570-629-1661, Voted No.1 water park; 30 water slides, flowrider, pharaoh's...
  • Bicycle Racing League registration opens

    Vicky Werley of Alburtis remembers how much fun she had competing in the Red Robin Marty Nothstein Bicycle Racing League for the first time last year. The 11-year-old once again plans to sign up for the grass-roots racing program at the Valley...
  • 'The Amazing Race': Baguettes and doughboys

     
    War is, as they say, hell. But apparently so too is Morse Code. On this week's episode of "The Amazing Race," the teams were transported from Hamburg, Germany, to a secret, undisclosed location within the French countryside, where they participated......
  • Philip Hersh: Lewis-Powell long jump -- the best in my quarter-century of globetrotting

     
    For a quarter century, I have had the best job in the world. It began when I convinced the sports editor who brought me to the Chicago Tribune, Gene Quinn, that the success of the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics (which,......