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  • The Importance of the Dolphin Kick
  • The Importance of the Dolphin Kick

    And other things learned in 24 years as a swim coach
      Diane Giebel-Nuess stood at her kitchen counter last Thursday, surrounded by friends, talking about the way the sport has changed since 1968, when she swam the 200-meter breaststroke in the Mexico City Olympics at age 15. “When I swam they didn’t even have goggles,” she says, “I hate to tell you that.
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  • Cyclocross is War
  • Cyclocross is War

    With the summer season over, local cyclists take the battle to the park.
      In cyclocross, riders on beefed-up road bikes (and a separate category of mountain bikers) race around short circuits of mixed terrain, from grass to sand to gravel, negotiating manmade obstacles along the way. The sport, traditionally contested in late fall, is known for pushing riders through snow and mud and rain.
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