Clydesdale division

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Clydesdale division

A heavyweight division of male runners.

Clydesdale is not a standardised term, and it has been variously defined by the International Triathlon Union as runners weighing over 75+ kg (165+ lbs) or 90+ kg (198+ lbs) .
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The Clydes donate about a tenth of their harvest--several hundred pounds of fresh produce--to the local food bank each year, and they have also had some low-income families help on the farm at times.
Jerremie Clyde has a passion for food--for growing it in a way that is healthy for the people who eat it, for the planet and for a just sharing of God-given bounty.
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By the late seventies the time-sharing business began to collapse, but the Clydes found themselves with lots of still-useful software.
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The Cuddly Clydes are made in China as no UK manufacturers could deliver high-standard toys in the high volumes expected to sell between now and the Games.
CLYDE, the spiky-haired mascot of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, is about to hit the shelves as a soft toy.
The gentle giant, named Clyde, was winched 75ft to safety by a helicopter.