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Jarkko Määttä takes title as Finnish champion

While the World Cup started this weekend in Wisla (POL) the Finnish team had their nationals in Rovaniemi from the small hill. Antti Aalto, Andreas Alamommo, Janne Ahonen and Ville Larinto did not take part since they started in Wisla. 106 more words

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Team USA, it's not goodbye. It's see you later.

I am officially on Team USA Duathlon sabbatical until at least 2019. Maybe longer. Maybe until I turn 50 (2021), or maybe I’ll revisit the hiatus in 2018 if I get ridiculously excited about an event. 1,319 more words

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Boyd-Clowes and Henrich Canadian Champions

A chilly morning in Calgary slowly turned into a bright day during the Canadian Nationals today. Thanks to great weather conditions and the staff, everything went smoothly on HS95. 111 more words

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North Carolina Tar Heels avoids NCAA Sanctions

The NCAA Division 1 committee on Infractions dismissed all charges against The University of North Carolina in the Academic Fraud case for the so-called “paper classes” student athletes were enrolled in during the school years of 2002-2011. 284 more words

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Title of the Swiss Champion for Killian Peier


Last weekend was reserved for the Swiss Nationals which took place in Eisiedeln. On Saturday there was a team event, Sunday served us with individuals. A promising athlete, Sandro Hauswirth won the Junior category, followed by Dominik Peter and Pascal Müller. 191 more words

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Bresadola and Malsiner become Italian Champions

On Saturday, 14.10.2017 the Italians had their national championship in Predazzo  – Val di Fiemme.

Davide Bresadola landed on 100.0m on his first jump, which was the longest distance of the day in the men’s category. 160 more words

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The perfect way to finish the season….a bit of championship Bling!

My season finished on Sunday with the English National Duathlon Championships at Oulton Park.

Having achieved my goal for the year in Dublin in August by qualifying for World 70.3 Championships in South Africa 2018, I’d eased back in my training and came into this race feeling very relaxed. 1,080 more words