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  • 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...
  • Deadline for Dad’s Day Triathlon at Sebastian Inlet State Park

     
    For those so athletically inclined, there will be the area's only ocean swim triathlon in June, falling on Father's Day and held at Sebastian Inlet State Park in Melbourne Beach. The Dad's Day Triathlon includes a quarter-mile ocean swim, a 15-mile bike...
  • Cycling, triathlon training events

     
    David's World Cycle says: On May 25, join Tour de France Personality Robbie Ventura and David's World Cycle for the Vision Quest Training Studio Grand Opening Celebration. Robbie will speak about the importance of training with power, Vision Quest...
  • Lake man sets triathlon age record

     
    This month, Charles Futrell of The Villages became the oldest man ever to complete a USA Triathlon-sanctioned event.  How old was he and what was his time? Find out here....
  • Dad’s Day Triathlon on Sunday at Sebastian Inlet State Park

     
    Expect more than a few athletically inclined Dads to celebrate Father's Day on Sunday by participating in the Dad's Day Triathlon at Sebastian Inlet State Park .  The event starts at 7 a.m. and includes a quarter-mile ocean swim, a 15-mile bike ride,...
  • How to get out of a cycling rut

     
    Stuck in a cycling rut? Take your training to a new level and join a live Web chat with top cycling coach Joe Friel on Monday, July 18, at 2 p.m. EDT. Friel works with amateur, elite and professional road cyclists, mountain bikers, triathletes and...
  • Malibu triathlon slightly delayed by fatal Ferrari crash on PCH

     
    A triathlon in Malibu was not seriously disrupted by the closure of Pacific Coast Highway for several hours Sunday morning after a Ferrari crashed into a power pole, killing one of the car's occupants. The Nautica Malibu Triathlon, a fundraiser......
  • New Zealand is first country to get Facebook's Timeline feature

     
    New Zealand already has lush rainforests and sandy beaches, bungee jumping and scuba diving, gourmet restaurants and lively night life, even a thriving tech community that has drawn investment from the likes of Peter Thiel. (Of course, they drive on......
  • Wednesday's Highlights: 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' on CBS

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Dec. 11 - 17 in PDF format TV listings for the week of Dec. 11 - 17 in PDF format are also available at latimes.com/entertainment/news/tv Weekly TV Listings and more......
  • Conine, Beinfest, McGillivray to participate in Samson's 50-mile charity run

     
    Boston Marathon director Dave McGillivray, Marlins President of Baseball Operations Larry Beinfest and Mr. Marlin Jeff Conine are among 17 runners so far confirmed to join Marlins President David Samson on his 50-mile charity ???Run to Honor the Workers??...
  • Verzbicas breaks high school two-mile record

    Verzbicas breaks high school two-mile record
    Lukas Verzbicas' debut on the track where he begins running for the University of Oregon next fall was a smash hit. The 18-year-old from Orland Park crushed the national high school record for the two-mile with a time of 8 minutes, 29.46 seconds in...