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The sharing settings are set to public, but just today people have been having issues accessing it. It's been happening to a few of my Google Docs (and some other people's) so I wonder if its a Google Drive issue. Either way I'll grant you access if you request it! Thanks for letting me know!
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Varun Pemmaraju
President | Cal Triathlon Team | University of California, Berkeley
president@caltriathlon.com | (408) 242-7115 | http://www.caltriathlon.com/
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Just to wrap things up here:

The New Cal Triathlon Head Coach is.....

DEAN HARPER!

At his peak, Dean was a top-10-in-the-world Ironman athlete at the World Championships in Kona, was the first person to win the prestigious Wildflower Triathlon, and was also the first EVER person to grace the cover of Triathlete Magazine. He also served as the President of the Forward Motion Race Club in Walnut Creek, one of the largest age-group teams in California. He is also the father of two of our most studly and prominent team members, Greg and Shelley Harper.

Cal Triathlon has seen many golden years across its history, and with Dean's vision, knowledge, guidance, mentorship, and understanding of collegiate triathlon, I have absolutely no doubts that we will continue to be at forefront of collegiate triathlon in every imaginable way. In former Coach JD's wise words, "Cal Tri is so lucky to have finally upgraded from me". We would like to wish Dean all the best, and look forward to being able to call him "Coach" this year, and for many more after.

Go Bears!

Varun Pemmaraju
President | Cal Triathlon Team | University of California, Berkeley
president@caltriathlon.com | (408) 242-7115 | http://www.caltriathlon.com/
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Good choice, Dean should have everything one needs to coach your team to greatness. I had the pleasure of racing him for the past 30+ years too, and never an easy day for either of us. But ask him again who really won the 1st wildflower race?? (-;
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Re: Head Coaching Position: Cal Triathlon [monty] [ In reply to ]
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@monty to this day he refuses to accept the win or let us congratulate him for that one :)

And thank you for your kind words!

Varun Pemmaraju
President | Cal Triathlon Team | University of California, Berkeley
president@caltriathlon.com | (408) 242-7115 | http://www.caltriathlon.com/
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That is because he is one classy guy and old school honorable athlete, good luck with your season...
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