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Flagrant Violation of Rule #42 in Cohasset

If you haven’t heard me yammer on about the Velominati’s list of 91 Cycling Rules, well, where the hell have you been… training at altitude with Manny Huerta, perhaps? Seriously, consider yourself lucky; I’ve become barely bearable since a fellow blogger … Continue reading

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Triathlete Armageddon

First I crash. Now my coach abandons me. I am bracing for the earthquake and asteroid because this is, like, clearly the triathlete version of Armageddon. You read that right: my beloved Coach Tim—he who has successfully coached my sorry ass … Continue reading

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Oh No, Water Row!

As you’ve probably heard through the grapevine (and by that I mean Daughter #1’s Facebook postings and text messages), Skerritt and I took a tumble yesterday. Yes, it was of the high-speed, clipped in variety. Yes, I am fine. Yes, … Continue reading

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ROFL re: the “ri”

Yesterday a friend emailed me to share his latest triumph. A newbie to this self-inflicted torture called running, he’d had a big breakthrough: “I actually felt like I was running last night instead of plodding along,” he crowed. “Not for … Continue reading

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Tabula Rasa for Season Three

As I write this, America’s Sister Golden Hair is running through my head; lately I’ve been one poor correspondent. Sorry about that. Silver lining: America has finally given Barry White the boot. (Hang with me a bit and that sentence … Continue reading

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