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  • 5 questions with Columbia Iron Girl winner Michellie Jones

    5 questions with Columbia Iron Girl winner Michellie Jones
    Michellie Jones, a fomer world-champion triathlete won the seventh-annual Columbia Iron Girl last Sunday in her first try, after Nicole Kelleher was penalized two minutes for using an illegal draft move on the bike portion of the race. Jones, 42, won...
  • Charles Futrell, 92, journeyed from Laurel High coach to champion triathlete

    Charles Futrell, 92, journeyed from Laurel High coach to champion triathlete
    Charles Futrell, Laurel High's head varsity football coach in the 1940s and 1950s, was once in a contest in which he was the only Spartan casualty. "At one of the games he was only injury since he bit a hole in his tongue and could not stop the...
  • Baltimore father and daughter prepare for 17-hour Ironman triathlon

    Baltimore father and daughter prepare for 17-hour Ironman triathlon
    For most Americans, vacation doesn't involve a 2.5-mile swim, 112-mile bike, and a marathon, all in a 17-hour window. But then again, Jane and Michael Bryant aren't your typical American father-daughter duo. The pair will compete in its first Ironman...
  • Engaged: Jill Carr and Albert H. Dudley IV

    Engaged: Jill Carr and Albert H. Dudley IV
    Wedding Date: September 15, 2012 Her story: Jill Carr, 31, grew up in Oskaloosa, Iowa. Her family moved to Ellicott City in 1993. She is an independent financial planner and now lives in Ellicott City. Her father, William "Bill" D. Carr is a producer...
  • '07's oral report

    "She looked at me with this look, like, 'Mom, are you dumb or what?' She said, 'These are my friends. I want to be with them.'" Deborah McFadden, whose wheelchair athlete daughter, Tatyana, has challenged the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic...
  • Snowbound: Governor declares emergency; up to 2 feet predicted

    A snow storm threatening to become Maryland's worst paralyzed the state with a one-two punch of fast-falling snow and blustery winds that choked roads, grounded Baltimore- Washington International Airport and created waist-high snow drifts that made...
  • 'Top Design': triathlon

     
    Guest blogger Karen Shih is back and excited that, finally, the designers are NOT working in teams on Top Design:Finally, an individual challenge! But it's not designing a room … it's a design triathlon, and the winner of each part......
  • Former Dulaney runner and swimmer still staying active

    Former Dulaney runner and swimmer still staying active
    Running has a whole new meaning for Amanda Pagon these days. As a Dulaney senior, Pagon - then Amanda White - won three national cross country and track titles in 1992-93. She went on to run and swim on three NCAA championship teams at Stanford and later...
  • Student runs marathon to say 'thanks'

    Student runs marathon to say 'thanks'
    Brian Boyle wants to run along the streets of the city that helped him learn to walk again. He doesn't mind the pain of the 26.2-mile Under Armour Baltimore Marathon. He has had more than his share in the past five years. The St. Mary's College of...
  • How to succeed on your first tri

    How to succeed on your first tri
    Want to try a tri? If so, you are not alone. Triathlons — the triple-threat endurance events that combine swimming, bicycling and running — are growing rapidly in number and size every year, according to USA Triathlon, the organization that...
  • Rewarding return to DITRT

    Racing for pediatric cancer and the podium It has been four years since I was last in Perryville, Maryland, site of my first-ever international distance triathlon in 2008. I remember being extremely intimidated by the challenging 33-mile course—...
  • Lori Riley: Achilles Volunteers Offer Guiding Hand

     Lori Riley: Achilles Volunteers Offer Guiding Hand
    Erin Spaulding was in the middle of training for a half-marathon when one day at work, a 350-pound cabinet came loose from the wall above her desk and fell on her head. That was in 2010. Three years later, she did get to run her half-marathon, at...