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  • Havre de Grace's Hersh leads local finishers at Columbia Triathlon

    Shana Hersh of Havre de Grace delivered an outstanding performance in Maryland's largest women's triathlon Aug. 21, one week before Hurricane Irene scuttled one of Maryland's largest road races, the Annapolis 10 Miler. Competing in the Athleta Iron...
  • 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....
  • Deserving students will benefit from Mark Hollingsworth Scholarship

    Earlier this year, I wrote about the Mark Hollingsworth Scholarship, founded in memory of a Sykesville man who died from lung cancer in July 2010, at the age of 48. Hollingsworth was a devoted family man, an avid traveler and triathlete, and a...
  • Recreation

    Whether you are always on the go or just looking to kick back and relax, the county offers something for everyone — from hiking and biking to bird-watching and golf. INSIDE AND OUT Rocky Gorge Golf (301-725-0888) and the Columbia SportsPark (410-...
  • 10 Hottest Events in Howard County

    Marylanders know Howard County for its unique blend of old and new, rural and urban, and nothing illustrates this more than the annual festivals and events the county hosts. You can test your endurance in the Columbia Triathlon in the spring, feast on...
  • Loper pulls away for triathlon win at Rocky Gap

    Shawn Loper of Bel Air left the field almost 3 minutes behind when he won the YMCA Rocky Gap Triathlon in Flintstone June 4. Competing in the International Division race — a 0.9-mile swim, 21.6-mile bike, and 10K run — Loper took the lead...
  • 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...
  • Bel Air's Feinberg is 2nd at tunnel run Sunday

    Mike Feinberg, of Bel Air, made a quick, toll-free roundtrip through the Fort McHenry Tunnel Sunday morning. He did so on foot, finishing second among 607 runners in the annual Fort McHenry Tunnel Run 5K sponsored by the Maryland Transportation Authority...
  • 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...