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  • Bel Air's Bacso leads all women in Hammerman Triathlon

    Julie Bacso of Bel Air won the women's race of the Hammerman Triathlon in Gunpowder State Park Oct. 2. A late change in the race format worked to her advantage. Bacso, the strongest runner in the field of 38 women, raced through the final, 5K-run phase...
  • Just du it

    Just du it
    Howard County is forging a reputation as a mecca for multisport athletes, thanks to events such as the Columbia Triathlon, Iron Girl Triathlon and the Kidz Triathlon. But those who considered variety the spice of endurance racing had a limited menu to...
  • Samuelson in town to announce inaugural Iron Girl Half Marathon

    I don't profess to be an expert on long distance running. I do know that I have been extremely lucky in my sports writing career to have met two of the greatest long distance/marathon runners in the world. First, I met nine-time New York Marathon...
  • Benoit Samuelson in town to announce inaugural Iron Girl Half Marathon and coed 5K

    Benoit Samuelson in town to announce inaugural Iron Girl Half Marathon and coed 5K
    I don't profess to be an expert on long distance running. I do know that I have been extremely lucky in my sports writing career to have met one of the greatest long distance/marathon runners in the world the late Norwegian Grete Waitz. This nine-time New...
  • At some schools, running, biking and swimming join the 'three Rs'

    Swimming, cycling and running may seem like after-school activities, but for some students in the county, they're now part of a regular class. Students in freshman physical education classes at Long Reach High School are a part of a pilot program,...
  • Bel Air's Robert Harvey wins River Valley 10K

    The River Valley 10K and 5K races drew more than 1,000 runners to the River Valley Ranch in northeast Carroll County Saturday, when Robert Harvey of Bel Air led 465 of them to the finish of the 10K. Harvey, 25, won the 6.2-mile race in 42:16,...
  • 5 questions for Joan Benoit Samuelson

    5 questions for Joan Benoit Samuelson
    Joan Benoit Samuelson twice won the Boston Marathon and then won the first women's Olympic marathon in 1984 in Los Angeles. Now 54, Benoit Samuelson was in Columbia on Friday to promote the first Columbia Iron Girl Half Marathon, scheduled for April 2012....
  • 'Iron Girls' finish strong in Howard

    'Iron Girls' finish strong in Howard
    Nya Ferrell found finishing yesterday's Athleta Iron Girl Columbia Triathlon an uphill battle – literally. She managed to endure the sometimes steep 3.3-mile run, and when she crossed the finish line Ferrell, of Randallstown, heard the public...
  • Andrews wins Columbia Iron Girl triathlon

    Andrews wins Columbia Iron Girl triathlon
    There was real fear Sunday morning that the 6th annual Athleta Iron Girl Columbia Triathlon might never happen when storms rolled through the Centennial Lake area around 6:30 a.m. However, after a 20-minute delay, the first of 15 waves of triathletes...
  • Bits & Pieces: Rayna DuBose tapped as keynote speaker for the Celebration of Sports banquet

    Rayna DuBose will be the keynote speaker at the ninth annual banquet for the Howard County Celebration of Sports. The banquet will be held Oct. 18 at the Turf Valley Resort. Rayna's story is a dramatic one. A standout volleyball and basketball player at...
  • Bits & Pieces: Odell is still a champion

    It's always nice to catch up with voices from the past, which is why I was pleased to hear that Brooks Carson recently called. Brooks, who works for the Department of Energy in Oak Ridge, Tenn., was in Washington for business and decided to drive out to...
  • Resolutions made simple

    New Year's resolutions are the kiss of death. We all know this. So instead of drafting some sweeping resolution we know darn well we'll never keep, how about thinking small for 2012. How about trying one thing — maybe two — that just might...