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  • October: Florida Greenways and Trails Month!

     
    The local-commuter agency reThinkYourCommute.com — which promotes car alternatives — alerted me to Florida Greenways and Trails Month, designed to get you out on your bicycle (or feet) now that fall has really arrived in Florida. A full list...
  • Inaugural Key West Triathlon set for December

     
    If you'd like to cheer on more than 500 athletes from the United States, Canada and Great Britain, you can make your way to the Florida Keys for the inaugural Key West Triathlon, set for Dec. 5. A two-day fitness expo and pre- and post-race events...
  • Former ice hockey player, turned triathlete, takes Great Floridian women’s title

     
    Anna Siliciano, a former college hockey player who has recently turned to triathlons, won the women’s championship Saturday at the 20th annual Great Floridian Triathlon at Clermont’s Waterfront Park. Siliciano, 27, a former center at Wesleyan Uni...
  • Aubrey Aldy wins 20th annual Great Floridian Triathlon

     
    Naples triathletes Aubrey Aldy and Joe Bonness turned the 20th annual Great Floridian Triathlon into their personal match race Saturday at Clermont's Waterfront Park. Bonness, 55, a four-time winner of the race, was in the lead until Aldy, 30, pass...
  • Great Floridian Triathlon race day results

     
    Although the 20th annual Great Floridian Triathlon, an ultra-distance race that includes a 2.4-mile swim, a 112-mile bicycle and a 26.2-mile run, was the highlight of the day, there were several other races held Saturday at Clermont's Waterfront Park....
  • Rescued Chilean miner to run in New York City Marathon

     
    While trapped in a collapsed mine nearly half a mile underground for more than two months, Edison Pena would jog in the unblocked tunnels, sometimes up to six miles a day. He just may have been trying to pass the......
  • Remembering Lake County triathlete Harry Nickell

     
    One of Lake County's pioneers in the sport of triathlon and duathlon, Harry Nickell, 53, was struck and killed by a vehicle Sunday morning while riding his bicycle along the paved shoulder of U.S. Highway 27. Nickell was on his way to ride in the...
  • 'Biggest Loser: Where Are They Now?': We chat with Ali Vincent

     
    There are two high points in every "Biggest Loser" season: the makeovers -- which we saw this week, and, of course, the finale. In a category all its own: "The Biggest Loser: Where Are They Now?" We'll find out Wednesday......
  • Bittersweet Horrible Hundred breaks record

     
    The 31st annual Horrible Hundred is history now, but it's not likely to be forgotten. Sadly, I won't be able to think of the glorious day, the wonderful volunteers and the incredible devotion and organization of the Florida Freewheelers without thinking...
  • Danskin Triathlon Series at Disney, May 8

     
    Danskin Triathlon Series features a half-mile swim, 12-mile bike ride and 3.1-mile (5K) run at 7 a.m. Sunday, May 8, at Disney World's Clementine Beach. Find out more and register here....
  • April’s schedule of races and triathlons

     
    This time of year – before we hit the blisteringly hot summer season – is the prime season for races and triathlons. Beach racing is a personal favorite pastime of mine. IMHO, running on the sand may be tougher on your muscles but easier on...
  • Upcoming beach races

     
     The running season usually slows down in summer, but there is one beach race this week and a couple of other upcoming beach-related events. Saturday is the 3rd annual Race/Walk For Wisdom, a 5K and 1-mile fun run benefiting The Children's House of Ormond...