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I'm glad someone is trying to revive duathlon in the States. I'd love to see a PowerMan event in the NorthEast. We lost two standalone duathlons in the Boston area last year and it appears we lost two more this year. I'm bummed.
As a non-swimming triathlete, I would jump at the chance to do some more challenging duathlon. I race primarily short course (topping out at Olympic/Standard distance) races but I'd jump at the opportunity to do something a bit longer (AmZof is a bit much for me).
Bummer Lyon is at 5300'. As a low-lander, I've have some not-so-positive experiences trying to do training runs in the Boulder area.
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Very nice, i had forgotten that he was so young (23 in '96) when he started racing as a pro at Kona.
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Not a lot of Aussies agree with me, but without his heart condition, I think Chris would have been in the top 3 long course male athletes AUS ever produced. Even with the problems he had on race day in 97, he was still running with Hellreigel at 10-12k into the marathon before the wheels began to really fall off.