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  • Van Lierop repeats, sets course mark in Columbia triathlon

    Anthony Van Lierop, 38, of Baltimore won the men's division of TriColumbia's Celebration Sprint Triathlon for the second straight year Sunday, setting a course record of 1 hour, 20 minutes, 12 seconds. More than 1,400 endurance athletes participated in...
  • Moving up the fitness ladder, Don Disney, former coordinator of athletics, is joining The Cooper Institute

    Don Disney, former coordinator of athletics for Howard County, sent an email recently to let us know that he's retiring — again. Well, almost. For the 6 1/2 years, Don has been director of health and wellness for the El Paso (Texas) Independent...
  • Second annual Celebration Sprint triathlon is even faster than the first

    Second annual Celebration Sprint triathlon is even faster than the first
    The triathlon has now become the unofficial, official sport of the city of Columbia. Just over a month after the Columbia Triathlon was run in and around Centennial Lake May 22, the second annual Celebration Sprint triathlon was held June 26 at the same...
  • CA does much to support youth swimming, community groups

    In response to a letter to the editor from Andy Lazris regarding a claim that the Columbia Association is not willing to support high school swim teams, please allow me to offer another perspective. When CA was approached by the group wanting to rent...
  • Marge Rosasco wins Baltimore Women's Classic 5K

    Marge Rosasco continued to build another streak in the Baltimore Women's Classic 5K Sunday. The 63-year-old Joppa resident won her age group for the fourth consecutive time in the annual race, finishing in 24:12. When the race was known as the Lady...
  • New partnerships in environmental, physical education

    The Howard County Public School System announced two new partnerships, one between Forest Ridge Elementary School, in North Laurel, and Mother Nature's, an independent nature store in Columbia, and another between the system and TriColumbia, the...
  • Five elected to Community Sports Hall of Fame

    The late Gary Arthur, Bob Falk, Paul Goldenberg, Jean Hodges and Louise Waxler will be inducted into the 2011Howard County Community Sports Hall of Fame at a ceremony slated for the Turf Valley Resort and Conference Center Oct. 15. Gary was the beloved...
  • Injuries don't get the best of Woodstock triathlete

    Woodstock triathlete Steve Levickas has been keeping busy since competing in the Ironman World Championship in October 2010. Unfortunately, he spent part of this time recovering from injuries – first a broken finger in November and then a frayed...
  • We know how to tri, but how do you Du?

    It's new to Howard County, and it could be with us for a long time if things go as I predict. The first ever DUthe2 Duathlon will be held at Western Regional Park Sunday starting at 7 a.m. The event features over 500 athletes — some from as far...
  • Bits & Pieces: Maybin has breakout game against Ravens

    Whenever one of our former players moves on to the next level, I wish them nothing but success. So it brought a smile to my face to see Aaron Maybin (Mt. Hebron '05) wreaking havoc against my beloved Baltimore Ravens Oct. 3. Aaron pressured Ravens...
  • Triathlon: Otto wins the Half Full

    Tim Otto of Philadelphia wasn't the best swimmer in the field by a long shot but he crossed the finish line as the winner of the second Aannual Ulman Cancer Fund's Half Full Triathlon last Sunday at Centennial Park. After finishing out of the top 10...
  • Father and disabled son will complete Baltimore Marathon together

    Father and disabled son will complete Baltimore Marathon together
    Heading home after a tough day at work, Jeremy Haugh is beat — too tired, he knows, to run. Someone else has other ideas. Routinely, Haugh said, as he pulls his SUV into the driveway of the family's home in Charlottesville, Va., 8-year-old...