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Trainer Time
Trainer Time by Jon Metz from TriVault In the northeast it is inevitable that athletes will be forced inside to ride because the weather conditions do not allow for cycling outside. Unfortunately, many athletes view riding on an indoor bike trainer as some sort of medieval torture device that they will only use when the weather outside will not allow them to ride. I use the fact that...
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Keuka – A Perfect Cobweb Shaking, Rust-Busting Kind of Race
Keuka – a perfect cobweb shaking, rust-busting kind of race. written by Ericka Hachmeister – 2014 Keuka Lake Triathlon Olympic Distance Champion It’s the end of December and I’m writing about a race that will be here before we know it – Keuka Lake Triathlon. With the current chilly temps and gusting winds, it’s hard to imagine dipping my toes into Keuka Lake or cresting my bike on top of...
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Are you a PITA athlete in 2015?
This blog post was written by Laurie McGorry - Are you a PITA athlete in 2015? Why not do PITA?  What are you afraid of?  A few hills?  Well let me explain a little about PITA for those of you who don’t know about PITA and also for those who have done PITA.  PITA stands for Pain in the Alleganies and is a triathlon that is located at Allegany State Park put on by...
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Introducing the Mueller Challenge Race Series
An update to this press release was posted on 1/22/15     A new age graded race series set to begin in Western New York In January, Mueller Services will team up with Score This!!! to bring a unique, age-graded race series to Western New York.   By making use of World Masters Athletics’ Age-Graded Tables, The Mueller Challenge aims to be an exciting event...
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A Family Who Tri Together
This piece was written by Peter Monteferrante A family who Tri together…             Triathlon is a wonderful lifestyle to lead and sport to participate in. No matter how young, old, short, tall, fast, or not so fast…Anyone can participate (this includes spectating, cheering, and volunteering at races) and have a...
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A Sad Day for the Race Directing Community
On Saturday the race directing community lost a great race director.  Tom Donnelly was the race director for the Buffalo Marathon and the Turkey Trot.  He took over the reigns for the Buffalo Marathon after he long time mentor John Beischline passed away in December of 2013.  Tom was a kind and generous man with his time and knowledge.  He would always take a moment to...
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Mention the word “triathlon” and most people have the same usual response
Written by Martin Gregorie Mention the word “triathlon” and most people have the same usual response,  “Oh that sounds hard” or “I could never do that”.  It wasn’t that long ago that I felt that way myself. Each step that is taken in a triathlon is a challenge, yet not all triathlons are created equal. True they all consist of...
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2015 updates..........
The multisport season has come to an end.  The Halloween candy is lingering.  You are debating on a rest month, but worried about the 5lbs of candy you just ate over the past 2 weeks.  We know! We know!!  We have the same things to think about!!!  Many new things have been going on since we last spoke with one another. We have a new blog on our...
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Camp Kenan Triathlon aka The Fall Freeze
This is from the November 2000 Buffalo Triathlon Club Newsletter.  Richard Clark wrote this post race directing his first triathlon evetn which then went on to be come the Danforth BTC Fall Frolic.  Yes he aslo raced in it too.  He doesn't do that any more though except this one time at Tri Dunkirk.   BTC FALL TRI FESTIVAL: Editor’s Note: Ever desire to...
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My Triathlon Story is a Little Different from the Norm
My Triathlon Story is a Little Different from the Norm by Jennifer Adams   My triathlon story is a little different from the norm.  I just started this sport this year, 2014, at age 37.  I’m a mother of two young girls and I have Multiple Sclerosis.  Due to leg injuries that have plagued me from overuse, it was suggested that I give triathlons a shot. ...
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