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Three Races that have Shaped my Running Career

Every so often a race leaves a lasting impact on you that’s far more than just a good time or a nice win. Over the past 14 years of my running career, there are three races that stand out as defining moments to me. 974 more words

May we learn to say "thank you"

“May we learn to say ‘thank you’ to God and to one another. We teach children to do it, and then we forget to do it ourselves!”- Pope Francis… 849 more words

On Assignment: NYC Parks Project Stalls in Astoria

September 11 will bring another New York City Parks pool season to a close, and another summer the Astoria Park Diving Pool is left to disrepair.  922 more words

NYC Today

HVA's Own Olympian

By: Kaitlyn Marlowe 

Erica Laning, a senior at HVA, qualified for the Olympic Trials in the 200 meter and 400 meter freestyle events. Laning placed 69th out of 108 in the women’s 200 meter freestyle event and 39th out of 102 in the women’s 400 meter freestyle event. 416 more words

Sports

Groom Holds Olympic Trials to Determine Best Man

  WISCONSIN BORN, WISCONSIN BRED, AND SOON TO BE, WISCONSIN WED.

Steven Hensler is a “MAN FOR ALL SEASONS”. He is known to be decisive, have well established boundaries, and a well defined life. 1,067 more words

2016 Olympic Trials – What I Wasn’t Expecting

The beauty of the Olympic Trials is that you never know what’s going to happen. Between July 1 and July 10, 2016, I saw plenty of things that I was not expecting to see. 1,261 more words

Race/Meet Report

An Exciting Long Jump Competition

The long jump competition at the US Olympic Trials on July 3, 2016 was full of drama and excitement. At one time or another, six different men were sitting in the coveted top three spot to qualify for the Olympics. 785 more words

Race/Meet Report