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Official Newsletter of the USAT Mid-Atlantic Region

Thursday, July 31, 2014 VOLUME 1 ISSUE 34  
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IN THIS ISSUE
Duplinsky Takes Home Gold at ITU Elite Triathlon Championship
Mid-Atlantic Region Women Athletes Excel at ITU Duathlon World Championships
Danahy and Mcparland Win Delaware Diamondman Triathlon
Female Masters Dominate the Field at ChesapeakeMan Ultra
2005 Fall Marathon Preview
Science of Speed
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Duplinsky Takes Home Gold at ITU Elite Triathlon Championship
Photo; 2005 spomedis / ITU Media On September 11, Mid-Atlantic Region athlete, Steven Duplinsky (Kensington, Md.), took home the gold for the junior boys race at the 2005 ITU Elite Triathlon Championships which was held in Gamagori, Japan.
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Mid-Atlantic Region Women Athletes Excel at ITU Duathlon World Championships
Four women athletes from the Mid-Atlantic Region took home medals from the International Triathlon Union Duathlon World Championships on September 25 in Newcastle, Australia.
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Danahy and Mcparland Win Delaware Diamondman Triathlon
by Marge Newman

Participants in the 4th Annual Delaware Diamondman half iron triathlon, held on September 11, 2005 at Lums Pond State Park, experienced near perfect race day conditions with blue skies and low-humidity.
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Female Masters Dominate the Field at ChesapeakeMan Ultra
by Marge Newman

On the morning of October 1, participants in the 2005 ChesapeakeMan Ultra Distance Triathlon were greeted with beautiful conditions for the start of their long journey: 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike and 26.2 mile run.
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2005 Fall Marathon Preview
by Bob Mina

Greetings, kids! Sorry I’ve been missing from the USAT pages this year – things in Hurricane Bob’s corner of the Globe have been pretty much plunging downhill like a bobsled driven by Stevie Wonder. However, there’s still time left this year to enjoy some racing if you’re not going to Kona, Great Floridian, or the Duke Blue Devil. Who needs Ironman when you can compact a day worth of suffering into 3-4 hours? That’s right – how about a marathon to keep you moving as the leaves start to change?


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Science of Speed
by Dr. Dan Moser and Jeff Devlin

This month we will focus on one facet that keeps multisport interesting—at times puzzling—that is the difference in heart rates (HRs) between the events. How do you shift your training HRs from running for the bike and swim?

The science of speed combines two expert perspectives on seasonal triathlon testing, training, and racing and is sponsored by ELITE Testing (a division of ELITE Health & Wellness) (http://www.elitetesting.com), located in Philadelphia.


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