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Musselman Trend
We have been thinking about the multisport trend recently with races noticing that their numbers are not what they have been in recent years.  The though is mutlisport is currrnelty in the trougth of the downward trend right now.  We have been noticing that the 2017 Score This!!! Multisport Series races are even to 2016 registrations or slitghly increase.  It has been a...
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Perfect Pacing for Musselman
Perfect Pacing for Musselman By Doug Bush You have planned and completed the perfectly periodized training plan, finalized the ideal race day nutrition, spent a ton of money on the latest high tech bike and run equipment, and yet when race day comes many athletes don’t put much thought into how to pace themselves during the event.  Many...
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New For 2017: A Lakefront Focus
New For 2017: A Lakefront Focus Several events have been relocated to the area immediately adjacent to the lakefront for 2017. Please note the new locations for: Pre-Race Briefings Pre-Race Meal “We have had some amazing community partners through the years, including Hobart & William Smith Colleges for registration, the Colleges and the Sons of Italy for the pre-race...
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We invite you to check out our post on our Facebook page ( ), “Sharing Our #MusselMemories!” Please post your favorite Musselman photo(s) from the past 13 years in the comments beneath our post. We will pick our five favorites and repost them for you to vote on. The photo with the most votes wins a free entry to...
4 tips for Musselman
Courtesy of Mary Eggers July 8, 2013 It’s officially Musselman week around here in Westen New York! It’s the 10th anniversary of this jewel of a race held right here in Geneva, and I am honored to be one of the 10 year participants. In 2004 I was lucky enough to win the first one (glory days) and it’s quickly become my...
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miniMussels Around Your Neck - Part 2
MUSSEL MURAL In 2006, syndicated cartoonist Jef Mallett attended the Musselman as a participant in the Half and lent his talents to the race t-shirt and a strip mentioning Musselman. In 2010, Jef returned to Geneva with bigger plans: complete the DoubleMussel (both the sprint and the Half)  and  draw a large mural on a public space downtown. Jef would need to be quick,...
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miniMussels Around Your Neck - Part 1
Dear Musselman Fans , It appears the we just experienced spring in the northeast for a least a week.  The bees were stirring and the crocuses started to bloom.  Many of us took advantage of the roads and got out on our bikes.  This time we didn’t have to worry about frozen Gatorade Endurance or BOOM gel.  All we had to do was bundle up a little.  Some of us even...
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GENEVA BOYS & GIRLS CLUB Since the inception of Musselman we have always tried to give back as much to the community as possible.  The Boys & Girls Club changes lives daily. Children from bilingual homes are taught to read and inadvertently fall in love with reading. Students who lacked the motivation to complete homework assignments are convinced that studying is...
Musselman Through the Years Part 1
Trade A Tango For A Triathlon? Written by Christopher Henderson for the Musselman Triathlon, 2008 When race director Jeff Henderson walked into a Musselman Triathlon organizational committee meeting in early 2004, he brought with him the usual list of concerns to be dealt with and decided on: race course improvements... schedule adjustments... new volunteers. Only this time there was something...
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Mussels, Candy Canes, and Yellow Snow
Dear Musselman Devotees, The holiday season is still upon us. Uncle Eddie was there again. Yes, we all have an uncle Eddie. Sometimes he can be fun and then other times he can be well………not so fun. In the northeast, we are still able to get out and ride our bikes on the road which is by far atypical for this time of the season. Normally we need to use candy canes as gel because they won’t...
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