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    Hostages or Hijacked?

    What’s Dallas Parks & Rec doing at White Rock Lake? Is it any wonder DAVE HARTWIG is still able to host races at White Rock Lake? Most people aren’t aware of the push back he’s gotten from the City of Dallas and its affiliates since taking over Thruston Racing. Despite a slow start, Hartwig appears to  have turned the

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    What’s Dallas Parks & Rec doing at White Rock Lake? Is it any wonder DAVE HARTWIG is still able to host races at White Rock Lake? Most people aren’t aware of the push back he’s gotten from the City of Dallas and its affiliates since taking over Thruston Racing. Despite a slow start, Hartwig appears to  have turned the

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Tommy Smith

Tommy has always worked hard on his running, and later on his biking and swimming. But being plagued by injuries, he was forced to cut back on the volume of this training and concentrate on the quality. And that has made all the difference. His all-time highest volume of training

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Terrance Tippett

Occupation: Conference Call Attendee How did you get into triathlon? Wanted a new goal, so I signed up for Ironman, and then the next day I went and bought a bike. How long have you been doing triathlon? Two years Favorite workout? Any that I can just have fun, lately

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The Phast Lapp

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Thank You!

Tis the season. I want to give thanks to you, the reader, and the advertiser. I will list you by name below. As most of you know, this paper is a labor of love. Your subscriptions and the ads combine to pay for paper, printing, and postage…barely. And so it

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The Phish Bowl

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December 2009

12 Annual Best Quotes of the Year If for no other reason, this issue is the reason you have a subscription, to see who said what. Sometimes it’s hilarious, sometimes it’s extremely touching, sometimes it’s insightful, and other times, with a deep sense of the profound, it’s almost predicting the

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