Triathlon

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A competitive event involving 3 sport disciplines: swimming, bicycling, and running, usually in that order
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CLEVELAND Biketraks brothers Roger and Paul Godley made a big impact in the Scarborough Olympic Distance Triathlon.
This was Drew's first Olympic distance triathlon, although he has done several sprint distance triathlons.
2 miles in downtown, has also been recognized as the "top Olympic distance triathlon to include on a racing calendar.
It has also been recognized as the "top Olympic distance triathlon to include on your racing calendar" by Inside Triathlon magazine and the "Ultimate Multi-Sport Destination" by Triathlete magazine.
Three years ago, Life Time Fitness and its Series partners set out to raise the bar in this sport by uniquely combining four of the most prominent Olympic distance triathlon events," said John Reilly, vice president, Life Time Fitness Corporate Business.
Launched in 2006, the groundbreaking Series uniquely combines four of the most prominent Olympic distance triathlon events in the world: the Life Time Fitness Triathlon in Minneapolis, the Nautica New York City Triathlon, the Accenture Chicago Triathlon and the Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Triathlon.
Life Time Fitness Triathlon Series is the first-ever series to connect the four most prominent Olympic distance triathlon events in the United States -- New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and Milwaukee -- and will offer a total prize purse of more than $1 million.
An Olympic distance triathlon consists of a 1 mile swim followed by a 25 mile bike race and ending with a 6.
This year, TNT, the world's largest endurance sports training program, will train 30,000 people to run or walk a marathon or half marathon, cycle a century ride or complete an Olympic distance triathlon.
E[acute accent]In groundbreaking fashion, the Life Time Fitness Triathlon Series the will be first-ever series to connect the four most prominent Olympic distance triathlon events in the United States and will offer a total prize purse of more than $1,000,000.
Spire Corporation (Nasdaq: SPIR) Chairman and CEO, Roger Little, finished fourth in the Olympic Distance Triathlon World Championships in Honolulu, Hawaii on October 9, 2005 with a time of 2 hours and 36 minutes in the 65 to 69 year age group.
In a non-Olympic year, the world championships are the most important Olympic distance triathlon of the season.

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