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  • Phelps-led U.S. relay team 3rd in 400 free

    Et cetera Phelps-led U.S. relay team 3rd in 400 free Michael Phelps of Fells Point and his United States teammates finished third in the 400-meter freestyle relay on the first day of the World Swimming Championships in Shanghai, China. The Americans...
  • Bits & Pieces: TriColumbia and school system partnership a win for students

    When I first heard about a partnership between TriColumbia, the organization that puts on many of our triathlons, and the Howard County School System, I was somewhat surprised. After all, partnerships to me mean an even split between the two parties....
  • Team Mark, Wine Bin team up for fundraiser to help fight cancer

    Last month I wrote about Team Mark, a group that promotes community involvement and charitable fundraising in memory of Mark Hollingsworth, a local husband and father who died from cancer in July 2010. Team Mark participated in the Athleta Iron Girl...
  • Long Course Duathlon championship to be held in Cambridge

    Long Course Duathlon championship to be held in Cambridge
    The Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge — home to migrating ducks and geese along with the bald eagle and Delmarva fox squirrel — will be taken over by a bunch of sweaty bicyclists when the USA Triathlon National Long Course Duathlon...
  • Letter: Triathlon article was only half right

    It's was disappointing that your article covering the Ulman Half Full Triathlon on Oct. 4 ("Philadelphia man captures win in Half Full Triathlon," Oct. 6) mentioned the top men's finishers but neglected to mention even one of the top women finishers....
  • First-timer wins Columbia Triathlon

    First-timer wins Columbia Triathlon
    Cameron Dye, of Boulder, Colorado, came out of Centennial Lake in third place after completing the 1.5k swim, and took control of Sunday's 29th annual Columbia Triathlon on the 41k bike portion of the event. Dye, 28, then ran away from Andrew Yoder,...
  • The Kidz are all right in annual TriColumbia endurance test

    The Kidz are all right in annual TriColumbia endurance test
    Furthering its goal of getting kids up off of the couch and outside exercising, TriColumbia put on the fourth annual Kidz Triathlon July 24 in the Clemens Crossing neighborhood of Columbia. More than 400 children ages 7 to 14 swam between 50 and 200...
  • Running: County athletes take top awards at Survivor Harbor 7 races

    Harford County residents captured several of the top awards in the annual Survivor Harbor 7 races in Baltimore Saturday. Luke Belford won the men's 7-mile race, leading 513 runners across the finish line at Canton Waterfront Park in 39:09. The 28-year-...
  • A local fishing story: trout in the stream and in the classroom

    I confess that I know absolutely nothing about fishing. The closest I have ever come to a live trout was at the L.L. Bean store in Freeport, Maine where there is a trout pond right smack in the middle of the store. That is probably why I have never...
  • Celebrating Heroes Triathlon puts focus on athletes with physical disabilities

    Celebrating Heroes Triathlon puts focus on athletes with physical disabilities
    The moving truck pulls around the loop next to the boat ramp of Centennial Lake, backing up to the water while trying to avoid wheelchairs and bikes. Eight men clamber out of the vehicle and quickly begin to set up metal barriers, tents and ramps...
  • From Sun Magazine: Phelps family values

    From Sun Magazine: Phelps family values
    Hilary Phelps was approaching the finish line of her first Ironman triathlon. Bruce Springsteen's "Born to Run" was playing. She was wrung out from more than 14 hours of swimming, cycling and now running, certain that there wasn't a single drop of...
  • Busy summer means things are getting done in North Laurel

    This has been a very busy summer in North Laurel. The good news is that it means that things are getting done in the area. Councilwoman Jen Terrasa wanted you to know that the stamping and painting of the median along Whiskey Bottom Road is completed. The...