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June Race Report: Meredith Miller (Part One)

by Meredith Miller

June was a busy month of racing – I logged twelve days of racing in five different states. Rewinding to the beginning of the month, the racing started with a ‘practice’ race in Rockleigh, NJ to help us prepare for the biggest, most prestigious one-day race in America, the Liberty

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Burning Matches

by Doug Carr

I did an impromptu race-recap with a new athlete the other night, as she explained how things went for her first Olympic distance duathlon. For the most part the race went as planned and expected. However, there was one frustration during her bike leg that I thought I might share

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Fruit-Filled Oatmeal Bars

by Doug Carr

This recipe was shared with us by Doug Carr, one of our sponsored triathletes. I asked him to share this with you because a) they sound absolutely scrumptious and b) they look like the perfect fuel for on the go. Enjoy!

Fruit-Filled Oatmeal Bars

  • 1-1/2 cups Bob’s Red Mill Unbleached
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Race Report: The Leland Kermesse

by Mark Swartzendruber

Disclaimer: (Feed)Zone exists in a world of hyperbole and the lines between fantasy and reality are smeared like the finger-painting of an artistically challenged 3 year old. All stories are mostly accurate if not actual…

THE LELAND KERMESSE

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WHAT A MESS

The Feed(ZONE) wishes to thank the fine people

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Race Report: O’Fallon Grand Prix, O’Fallon, IL

by Joan Hanscom

I’ve had a rough season this year.  Between being a bit of a headcase about descents, a rotten winter for training and a rough work travel schedule, I have not been getting the results I’ve hoped for.  Early season goal races came and went with poor results and lots of

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Safe Riding Tips

by Meredith Miller

The freedom and spirit of riding a bike is a beautiful thing, whether it’s used as a means of transportation or a way to stay fit, but regardless of the reason you ride, there are things to consider to keep yourself safe.

  • Wear a helmet. Helmets aren’t just for kids,
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What You Need to Know About Open Water Swimming

by Doug Carr

The very thought of open water swimming is intimidating to a lot of people, but as a triathlete, it’s a fact that the majority of races are held in bodies of open water. Depending on the part of the country you live in, early season races held in pools, come

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Health Benefits of Almonds

by Guest

We asked the kind folks at Barney Butter to give you a little insight into what makes almonds so darn good for you. Without further ado…

A high-fat food that’s good for your health? That’s not an oxymoron, its almonds! Adding almonds and almond butter into your daily diet is

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Hydration Tips: Cycling

by Mark Swartzendruber

I could get very scientific and write to you about mitochondria, electrolyte uptake, and homeostasis.  But, as a wise person once told me, just because you “can” doesn’t mean you “should”.  Besides which, I am a layman, not a physiologist so I don’t have the initials after my name to

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