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22nd March: Last day in Antarctica

Neko Harbor:

As I sit here at the edge of the world, looking over this spectacular view of Antarctica, with Icebergs, surrounded by Glaciers, there is only one thought running through my head.The thought of all the people who helped me to get here. 814 more words


2015 New Years Day Lake Erie Polar Plunge

January 1, 2015:

I had always wanted to do a polar plunge. I figured doing it in a frozen Lake Erie would make it official. Yes, they had to break away the ice for us to go in. 302 more words

Lake Erie

Off-Season Race Recaps

Historically, I’ve finished up my race season in November and don’t pick up any goal races until May.  In between I like to do a lot of short races – mostly 5K’s – to try and keep my speed up over the off season.   975 more words

When It's All Said And RUN

Special things about Special Olympics

The month of March marks the end of winter and the beginning of spring. It’s a month for celebrating. It’s also a month where thousands of people across the country will jump into newly melted lakes and ponds to show their support for Special Olympics. 502 more words

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Divers use training to keep Rock Island Polar Plungers safe

ROCK ISLAND, Ill. (KWQC) – More than 200 Quad Citians took the plunge today in frigid Rock Island waters to support Special Olympics. But before they hit the water divers had to make sure it was safe. 241 more words


Sleep and Rock- Paper- Scissors

    For the fifth year in a row, Catherine gathered friends and jumped in the waters of Lake Calhoun recently in the Special Olympics’ Polar Plunge.  This year’s team consisted of 25 juniors and seniors from Edina high school in their teal colored Team TRBL shirts.  686 more words

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