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Say No To Drugs 5K and 10k Richard’s Run For Life 5K St. Anthony Triathlon Jacksonville Marathon Clearwater Halfathons 13.1 and 5K Tarpon Springs Triathlon Buddy Run 5k PB & J 10K and 5K Zooma Women’s Running Series Run For Health 5K and 10K Santa N Suds 5K Zoo Tampa Iron Kids Ronnie’s Run 10K and 5K Orlando 1/2 Marathon and 5K St Jude 5K Run Great Westchase 5K and 10K Siesta Key Triathlon Police Memorial Run 5K CFT Half Marathons 2020

CFT Girlz Tri. / Lake Minneola Sunset Tri

CFT Triathlons / Holiday Nite Run Cape Canaveral Half Marathon & 10K Crystal River Sprint Triathlons Thin Mints Sprint 5K Times Turkey Trot 10K,5K, 1 Mile Life Story 5K and 10K Oktoberfest 5K and 10K Lauren's Rainbow 5K One Step closer 5K and 10K Great Gay 5K Frosty Run 5K Gunn Runner 5K and 1 Mile North Dale Pumpkin Run 5K Boo Run 5K Gasparilla Distance classic Lyrca N Lace Women’s Only Triathlon 5K Ghost Run At Robinson Preserve John Holmes Ultra Runs Fitniche Gobble Wobble 5K and 1 Mile

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LOCATION

SAT AND SUNDAY WEEKLY 6:00 AM

TAKE THE FIRST STEP CLUB 4-15 MILES RUN AND WALK

NORIN DOLLARD 813- 956-7213

TEMPLE TERRACE ELEM. TEMPLE TERRACE FL.

SAT AND SUNDAY WEEKLY 6:00 AM

WEST FLORIDA "Y" RUNNERS CLUB GROUP RUNS

SKIP ROGERS 727-442-5838

CITY HALL PLAZA CLEARWATER FL

RUNS BETWEEN 3-23 MILES "DO THE LOOP"

WEDNESDAY WEEKLY 6:00 PM

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DESIGN SPORTS 727-420-4666

670 MAIN STREET SAFETY HARBOR

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SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 7 TBA

ROCK TRHE RIBBON 10K AND 5K

SUSAN DANIELS 727-580-1896

CLEARWATER FL.

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 13 7:30 PM

ACHIMG QUAD RACE CHALLENGE 5K RUN

FITNICHE 863-619-5390

LAKELAND FL.

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 14 TBA

HSCO RANCH RUN 15K.10K AND 5K

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SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 14 8:00 AM

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SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 14 8:00 AM

THE GREAT GAY 5K

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PASS-A-GRILLE BEACH ST. PETE FL.

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21 7:00 AM

P B & J RUN 10K AND 5K

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MEMORIAL CAUSEWAY TAMPA FL.

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21 8:00 AM

ONE STEP CLOSER 10K,5K AND 1 MILE

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SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21 8:00 AM

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SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28 7:30 AM

LEADING EDGE TALE HEART 5K

FITNICHE 863-619-5390

LAKELAND FL.

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28 7:30 AM

THIN MINTS SPRINTS RUN LIKE A G.I.R.L. 5K AND 1 MILE

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TERRI COSTELLO 813-262-1688

SAFETY HARBOR MARINA SAFETY HARBOR FL.

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 29 TBA

FORT DESOTO 15K,10K AND 5K

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CHRIS LAUBER 727-468-9196

FORT DESOTO PARK ST. PETE FL.

SATURDAY OCTOBER 5 TBA

JOHN HOLMES TRAIL RUN 50K,16 MI AND 9 MILES TRAIL RUN

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CROOM PARK BROOKSVILLE FL.

SATURDAY OCTOBER 12 7:30 AM

RONNIE'S RUN 1OK, 5 MILE AND 5K

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FORT DESOTO PARK ST. PETE FL.

SATURDAY OCTOBER 12 8:00 AM

TAMPA POLICE MEMORIAL RUN 5K AND 1 MILE

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SUSAN 813-276-3200

DOWNTOWN TAMPA FL.

SATURDAY OCTOBER 19 8:00 AM

RATTLESNAKE RUN 5 MILE AND 1 MILE

RattlesnakeRun.com

ST. LEO FL.

SATURDAY OCTOBER 19 8:00 AM

SPEAKUP5K 5K

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SATURDAY OCTOBER 26 7:00 AM

GREAT WESTCHASE 10K AND 5K

SATURDAY OCTOBER 26 8:00 AM

OKTOBERFEST 10K AND 5K

SATURDAY OCTOBER 26 8:00 AM

PHIL DOGANIERO 3 BRIDGE HALF MARATHON AND 5K

SUNDAY OCTOBER 27 7:00 AM

HALLOWEEN HALFATHON 13.1,10K, 5K

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1 7:00 PM

RICHARD RUN FOR LIFE 5K

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2 7:30 AM

LAKE TO LAKE 10K AND 5K

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2 8:00 AM

NORTHDALE PUMPKIN RUN 5K AND 1 MILE

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LAKELAND FL.

MICHELLE SUSSMAN msussman@ tampabaywmca.org

NORTHDALE FL.

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SUSAN DANIELS 727-580-1896

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EVENT/DISTANCE

CONTACT

LOCATION

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 9 8:00 AM

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PETER MAASS 813-205-8378

KEYSTONE PREP H.S. ODESSA FL.

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 16 TBA

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ANGELINA FAILLA AngelinaF@ ironsharpeners.org

AL LOPEZ PARK FL. TAMPA FL.

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ST. PETE RUN FEST 10K AND 5K ON SATURDAY HALF MARATHON ON SUNDAY

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DOWNTOWN ST. PETE FL.

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LAKE PARK LUTZ FL.

TIMES TURKEY TROT 10K,5K, GOBBLE RUN

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JACK WHITE STADIUM CLEARWATER FL.

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MADEIRA BEACH TO LARGO FL.

SUNDAY DECEMBER 8 4:00 PM

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DOWNTOWN CLEARWATER FL.

FRIDAY DECEMBER 13 7:30 PM

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ALBERT WHITTED FIELD ST. PETE FL.

SATURDAY DECEMBER 14 TBA

HOLIDAY NIGHT RUN 5K

CFT SOMMER SPORTS 352-394-1320

SAFETY HARBOR FL.

SATURDAY DECEMBER 14 8:00 AM

SAY NO TO DRUGS 10K AND 5K

WWW.SAYNOTODRUGS.COM

CLEARWATER FL.

SUNDAY DECEMBER 29 8:30 AM

RUN FOR HEALTH 10K AND 5K

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CAMPBELL COURTNEY CAUSEW TAMPA FL.

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 22 TBA

RUN GASPARILLA 15K AND 5K

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DOWNTOWN TAMPA Fl.

SUNDAY FEBRUARY 23 TBA

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DATE

EVENT/DISTANCE

MONDAY SEPTEMBER 2 8:00 AM

LABOR DAY 5K

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 14 8:00 AM

TUNNEL TO TOWE 5K

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21 7:30 AM

CENTERSTONE LIFE STORY 5K AND 10K

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28 7:30 AM

SARASOTA LAP FOR LIFE 5K

SATURDAY OCTOBER 5 8:00 AM

PHILLIPPI SHORES 5K

SATURDAY OCTOBER 12 8:00 AM

GAME DAY 5K

SUNDAY OCTOBER 20 TBA

FIRST WATCH SARASOTA HALF MARATHON & RELAY

SUNDAY OCTOBER 20 8:30 AM

5K GHOST RUN AT RONINSON PRESERVE

SATURDAY OCTOBER 26 8:30 AM

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CONTACT

LOCATION

GCRUNNER.ORG

NAPLES FL.

www.tunnel2towers.org.

FORT MYERS FL.

DOUG SCHILLER 941-932-8147

NATHAN BENDERSON PARK SARASPTA FL.

Srqlapsforlife@gmail.com

NATHAN BENDERSON PARK BRADENTON FL.

@PHILLIPPIsHORES5K FIND ON FACEBOOK

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SIESTA KEY FL.

GD10K.ORG

WIRELESS COURT SARASOTA FL.

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JOHN RINGLING CAUSEWAY DOWNTOWN SARASOTA FL.

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DOUG SCHILLER 941-932-8147

ROBINSON PRESERVE BRADENTON FL.

BOO RUN AT LAKEWOOD RANCH 5K

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LAKEWOOD RANCH SARASOTA FL.

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 3 8:00 AM

LAUREN'S RAINBOW RUN 5K

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CELERY FIELD SARASOTA FL.

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 28 TBA

FLORIDA TURKEY TROT 5K

WWW.FIT2RUN.COM

NATHAN BENDERSON PARK SARASOTA FL.

SATURDAY DECEMBER 7 7:00 PM

7TH ANNUAL JINGLE RUN 5K

DOUG SCHILLER 941-932-8147

LAKEWOOD RANCH MAIN ST. BRADENTON FL.

SATURDAY DECEMBER 21 8:00 AM

TENTH ANNIVERSARY FROSTY 5K

WWW.THEFROSTY5K.COM

TWIN LAKE PARK SARASOTA FL.

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RUNNING ORLANDO DATE

EVENT/DISTANCE

CONTACT

LOCATION

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 14 7:30 AM

ADVENTHEALTH BATTLE OF THE BANDS 5K

EMMI 407-896-1160

CASSELBERRY FL.

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 22 TBA

GLOBAL ENERGY RACE

WWW.GLOBALENERGYRACE.C

ORLANDO FL.

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28 5:45 PM

RUN NONA 5K

EMMI 407-896-1160

ORLANDO FL.

SATURDAY OCTOBER 19 6:45 PM

GREAT FLORIDIAN 15K

CFT SOMMER SPORTS 352-394-1320

CLERMONT FL.

SUNDAY OCTOBER 20 TBA

2019 RON JON COCOA BEACH 1/2 MARATHLON 13.1 miles

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SUNDAY OCTOBER 27 8:00 AM

U CAN FINISH 5 MILER AND 2 MILER

EMMI 407-896-1160

ORLANDO FL.

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 10 TBA

CAPE CANAVERAL LIGHTHOUSE FOUNDATION HALF- MARATHON AND 10K

WWW.RUNTHECAPE.COM

CAPE CANAVERAL FL.

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 28 8:00 AM

SENIORS FIRST TURKEY TROT 5K

EMMI 407-896-1160

ORLANDO FL.

SATURDAY DECEMBER 7 7:30 AM

OUC ORLANDO HALF MARATHON 13.1 AND 5K

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LAKE EOLA ORLANDO FL.

SATURDAY DECEMBER 21 TBA

HOLIDAY NIGHT RUN 5K

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CFT SOMMER SPORTS 352-394-1320

CLERMONT FL.

SATURDAY JANUARY 4 TBA

DAYTONA BEACH MOONLIGHT BEACH RUN HALF MARATHON, 15K,10K,5K

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CFT SOMMER SPORTS 352-394-1320

DAYTONA BEACH FL.

SATURDAY JANUARY 25 TBA

PUMP HOUSE RUN 8 MILER AND 5K

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CFT SOMMER SPORTS 352-394-1320

APOPKA FL.

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 29 TBA

LAKE APOPKA SCENIC TRAIL 30K RUN

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CFT SOMMER SPORTS 352-394-1320

APOPKA FL.

SATURDAY MARCH 28 TBA

LAKE MINNEOLA HALF MARATHON

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CFT SOMMER SPORTS 352-394-1320

LAKE MINNEOLA FL.

SATURDAY APRIL 18 TBA

EARTH DAY 5 MILER & 2 MILER

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CFT SOMMER SPORTS 352-394-1320

CLERMONT FL.

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COCOA BEACH FL.

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EVENT/DISTANCE

CONTACT

LOCATION

MONDAY SEPTEMBER 2 7:30 AM

RUNJAX LABOR DAY 5K

1ST PLACE SPORTS 904-731-3676

JACKSONVILLE FL.

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 13 6:00 PM

JAGUARS STACHE DASH 5K

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TIAA FIELD JACKSONVILLE FL.

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TALLAHASSEE FL.

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INVERNESS FL.

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21 8:00 AM

CORNERSTONE LEADS THE WAY 5K

352-351-8840

OCALA FL.

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21 8:00 AM

WOMEN'S DISTANCE FESTIVAL 5K

LISA UNGER unger4122@comcast.net

TALLAHASSEE FL.

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28 7:30 AM

PENSACOLA SEAFOOD DON MC CLOSKEY 5K

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28 8:30 AM

PERFONTAINE FOREST RUN 5K

DOUG BELL 850-510-7146

SILVER LAKE REC. AREA TALLAHASSEE FL.

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28 8:40 AM

DREAMS COME TRUE 5K

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SATURDAY OCTOBER 19 8:30 AM

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AMELIA ISLAND FL.

SUNDAY OCTOBER 20 7:15 AM

ZOOMA HALF MARATHON 13.1, 12K AND 5K

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AMELIA ISLAND FL.

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 9 8:00 AM

BAILEY'S HEALTH AND FITNESS MANDARIN RUN 10K AND 5K

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MANDARIN FL.

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 9 8:30 AM

RYAN'S RUN 5K

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ORTEGA NEIGHBORHOOD JACKSONVILLE FL.

MONDAY NOVEMBER 11 8:00 AM

TOM WALKER 1/2 MARATHON

MARK OU MarkieOu@gmail.com

HAWTHORNE TRAIL GAINESVILLE FL.

SUNDAY JANUARY 5 7:00 AM

AMERIS BANK JACKSONVILLE MARATHON

1ST PLACE SPORTS 904-731-3676

JACKSONVILLE FL.

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DOWNTOWN PENSACOLA FL.

RUNNING SOUTH DATE

EVENT/DISTANCE

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 1 7:30 AM

KING OF THE HILL 5K CHALLENGE

CONTACT

LOCATION

splitsecondtiming.com

VISTA KEY PARK DAVIE FL.

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 7 7:00 PM

CATHLOLIC CHARITIES 5K GLOW 5K RUN

5kglowrun.pbrace.com

MIRASOL PARK PALM BEACH GARDENS FL.

WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 11 7:00 AM

RUNNERS DEPOT FIRE HERO 5K RUN

www.firehero.org

HOLLYWOOD FL.

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 14 7:30 AM

STEPHEN STILLER TUNNEL TO TUNNEL 5K

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 14 7:00 PM

CHERISH LIFE 10K

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 22 7:00 AM

ANN OUTRUN CHILDHOOD CANCER 5K

SATURDAY OCTOBER 12 5:30 AM

KEY WEST RUNNING FESTIVAL MARATHON, 12/2 MARATHON AND 5K

SATURDAY OCTOBER 19 7:30 AM SUNDAY OCTOBER 27 8:00 AM

verobeach@ tunnel2towers.org

RIVERSIDE PARK VERO BEACH FL.

WWW.RUNSIGNUP.COM

STUART FL.

juliasstar.org

TRADEWINDS PARK COCONUT CREEK FL.

somomarathon.com

KEY WEST FL.

EVERY BOOB COUNTS 5K RUN

heebcfoundation.com

JOHN PRINCE PARK LAKE WORTH FL.

HALLOWEEN SPOOKTACULAR 5K RUN

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BI-TRIATHLONS DATE

EVENT/DISTANCE

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 7 7:30 AM

TARPON SPRINGS TRIATHLON AND DUATHLON

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21 TBA

COLTMAN $ BAUGHMAN TRIATHLON AT HANNA PARK

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21 7:00 AM

35TH SIESTA KEY TRIATHLON

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28 TBA

CONTACT

LOCATION

MISC.

FRED HOWARD PARK TARPON SPRINGS FL.

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Swim like A Swimmer I have seen the pattern within the last decade of triathletes doing the majority of their swim training in open water. They are under the impression the race is in open water so that’s where they should be training. But the truth is to become a better swimmer you must train like a swimmer. Swimmers do the majority of their training in group situations in a pool setting with a coach directing and working on form and tempo. Swimming is the only of the three disciplines that relies almost completely on proper form. In the water, the objective is to move forward by properly pushing water back. Also creating a slipstream with the body to effectively cut through the water quickly and with little effort. There are so many aspects in play at one time to achieve this that it is close to impossible to self-teach or self-coach proper form. Having a knowledgeable person watching over, analyzing and correcting your stroke is the key to faster times. So where do we start? In the pool! If you are swimming the majority of your swims in open water, you are out where no one can see what you are doing, right or wrong, so at times reinforcing bad habits which directly affects speed and efficiency. In a pool and with a coach there is constant feedback and corrections to achieve efficiency and strength. One on one coaching is of course the best way to improve swimming but the setting of a local masters swim program with a certified coach can be one of the most economical ways, along with the ability to swim and compete with other swimmers. Properly organized swim workouts with warm-up, drills, technique, speed and cool down is the key to getting faster. Find a local masters swim program that fits your schedule with an active coach who not only corrects but motivates and makes the workout fun. So do we ditch open water swimming all together? Absolutely not! There are skills that are only learned and perfected in open water. Drafting, sighting, swimming in crowds, swimming in rough water, dolphin diving, wetsuit swimming and others are only achieved properly in open water. But without basic swimming skills these open water techniques are harder and less effective. A great way to perfect these skills are clinics and specific training. (Be looking for the P6 Open Water Series again this summer) To kill one more myth – Swimming is the shortest event so does not need the attention the other disciplines need‌ Completely false! A confident and well-trained swimming triathlete has many definite advantages. First is the overall fitness level. Swimming helps increase oxygen intake which transfers over to the bike and run. A confident swimmer has less anxiety in the swim which can transfer over to the bike in a race. And last, swimming can be fun! Masters swimming with other athletes is a great group situation where the team gets better together. So get out and Swim like a Swimmer! Park Alsop Director Kennedy Law Racing Director KLR/CAM Masters Swim Program September/October

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Join coach Leo Briceno and be part of the Outrival Tampa Bay Area, training group, we will be offering a series of new training opportunities Join like-minded athletes in your area, and have access to group clinics, group workouts, industry partnership opportunities, the resources in OutRival Racing's Member Area, and much more!

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Recover Energize Stretch Taper Recover/Recovery/Active recovery: low-intensity exercise after workouts during both the cool-down phase immediately after a hard effort or workout as well as during the days following the workout, cool down phase well-designed training schedules will include recovery days and or weeks that are built into an annual training schedule and Sleep is the most important time to recover. Energize/Re-energize: Another major focus of resting and recovery immediately following exercise has to do with replenishing energy stores and fluids lost during exercise and optimizing protein synthesis Drinking adequate amounts of water is very important for our health, energy, recovery, and performance. Keep Hydration and Nutrition on point. Stretching/Sleep/Stress Management: Stretch and mobility just do it everyday for 1015 minutes, Sleep is the most important time to rest, recover and repair. Try to sleep at least 7 hours. Stress, Managing your stress can reduce injury and illness, overcome the overwhelm, find support, talk to your coach,. Taper/Time Taper: timed taper can increase performance due to a reduction in accumulated fatigue, and allows proper recovery, don’t feel guilty when you take a day off. The body repairs and strengthens itself in the time between workouts, to recover. Try to find the time rest. don’t forget, over training often occur from a lack of recovery time.

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TAMPA POLICE

5K-1 MILE RUN/WALK

17thAnnual AnnualTampa TampaPolice Police Memorial Memorial Run 25th Run 5K & 1 Mile Run/Walk 5K & 1 Mile Run/Walk

IN COOPERATION WITH THE CITY OF TAMPA AND THE GASPARILLA DISTANCE CLASSIC ASSOCIATION IN COOPERATION WITH THE CITY OF TAMPA AND GASPARILLA DISTANCE CLASSIC ASSOCIATION SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2011 - LYKES GASLIGHT PARK - RAIN OR SHINE! SATURDAY,5K OCTOBER 12, 2019COURSE - LYKES GASLIGHT PARK - RAIN OR SHINE! USATF CERTIFIED * CHRONOTRACK B-TAG TIMING

5K USATF CERTIFIED COURSE * CHRONOTRACK B-TAG TIMING 5K START: 8:00A.M. * 1-MILE FUN RUN/WALK: 9:00A.M. 5K START: 8:00 A.M. * 1-MILE FUN RUN/WALK: 9:00 A.M. PRE-REGISTRATION FEES (Online & By Mail)

PRE-REGISTRATION FEES (Online & By Mail) 5K - $20 1-MILE - $15 5K - $30 1-Mile - $20 REGISTER ONLINE AT ACTIVE.COM UNTIL MIDNIGHT ON SATURDAY, OCT. 1, 2011 OR FOR A DOWNLOADABLE ENTRY FORM, PLEASE VISIT REGISTER ONLINE AT IMATHLETE.COM UNTIL MIDNIGHT ON SATURDAY, OCT. 5, 2019 OR FOR A DOWNLOADABLE ENTRY FORM, TAMPAPOLICEMEMORIAL.ORG OR TAMPABAYRUN.COM. DO NOT MAIL AFTER SATURDAY, OCT. 1, 2011. MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO TAMPA POLICE PLEASE VISITMEMORIAL TAMPAPOLICEMEMORIAL.ORG. DO NOT MAIL AFTER SATURDAY, OCT. 5, 2019. FUND AND MAIL TO: TPMF, P.O. BOX 172995, TAMPA, FL 33672 MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO TAMPA POLICE MEMORIAL FUND AND MAIL TO: TPMF, P.O. BOX 172995, TAMPA, FL 33672 REGISTRATION AT SELECT SPORTS AUTHORITY LOCATIONS

LATE ONLINESATURDAY, REGISTRATION (UNTIL MIDNIGHT WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 24 & SATURDAY, OCT.ON 1 NOON – 5:00PM OCT. 9, 2019) 5K: $35 5K: $20 1-MILE: 1-MILE: $20 $15 RACE WEEK LATE REGISTRATION AND PICK-UP TAMPA – 4900 KENNEDY BOULEVARD; CARROLLWOOD – 12601 CITRUS PARK PLAZA DRIVE; BRANDON – 11335 CAUSEWAY BOULEVARD. TAMPA POLICE DEPARTMENT HEADQUARTERS - 411 NORTH FRANKLIN STREET OCT. 10 & FRIDAY, 11, 2019ON 11:00 AM - 7:00OCT. PM 5, 2011) LATETHURSDAY, ONLINE REGISTRATION (UNTILOCT MIDNIGHT WEDNESDAY, 5K:5K: $35 $20 $25 1-MILE: 1-MILE: $15 RACE DAY LATE REGISTRATION - TAMPA POLICE HEADQUARTERS, 2nd FLOOR RACE OCT. WEEK SATURDAY, 12,LATE 2019 REGISTRATION 6:30 AM - 9:00 AM TAMPA POLICE DEPARTMENT - 411 NORTH FRANKLIN STREET 5K:HEADQUARTERS $35 1-MILE: $20 THURSDAY, OCT. 6 & FRIDAY, OCT. 7, 2011 11:00AM – 7:00PM AWARDS: 5K: $25 1-MILE: $15 5K: TOP OVERALL M/F - TOP MASTERS M/F (40+) - TOP AGE GROUPS M/F (9 and under, 5 year increments 9 - 70+) 5K: TOP 3 SWORN LAW ENFORCEMENT (M/F) - NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH MOST PARTICIPATION PLAQUE RACE DAY LATE REGISTRATION - LYKES GASLIGHT PARK AMENITIES: SATURDAY, OCT. 8, 2011 6:30AM – 9:00AM T-SHIRT TO ALL PARTICIPANTS (MUST REGISTER BY OCT. 5, 2019 TO GUARANTEE SIZE) - DOOR PRIZES TO BE GIVEN AWAY 5K: $30 1-MILE: $15 COLUMBIA RESTAURANT’S BLACK BEANS & YELLOW RICE AND COLUMBIA’S ORIGINAL “1905” SALAD TO ALL FINISHERS AWARDS: 5K: TOP OVERALL M/F - TOP MASTER’S M/F (40+) - TOP AGE GROUPS M/F (8 and under, 5 year increments 9-70+) 5K: TOP 3 SWORN LAW ENFORCEMENT - NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH MOST PARTICIPATION PLAQUE AMENTITIES: T-SHIRT TO ALL PARTICIPANTS (MUST REGISTER BY OCT. 1, 2011 TO GUARANTEE SIZE) - DOOR PRIZES TO BE GIVEN AWAY COLUMBIA RESTAURANT’S BLACK BEANS & YELLOW RICE AND COLUMBIA’S ORIGINAL “1905” SALAD TO ALL FINISHERS

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PRE-REGISTRATION: 5K: $30 and 1 MILE: $20 (5K-$35 after midnight 10/5/19 and $35 on race day) MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE AND MAIL TO: TAMPA POLICE MEMORIAL FUND, P.O. BOX 172995, TAMPA, FL 33672 CHECKS PAYABLE AND MAIL TO: POLICE MEMORIAL FUND, P.O. BOX 172995, TAMPA, FL 33672 AMOUNT ENCLOSED: MAKE (Registration FeeTAMPA is NOT refundable) HERE IF DONATION ONLY (Not running in race) PRE-REGISTRATION: 5K: $30 and 1 MILE: $20 (5K-$35 after midnight 10/5/19 and $35 CHECK on race day) AMOUNT ENCLOSED:5K: ______________ (Registration Fee is NOT Refundable) PRE-REGISTRATION: $30 and 1 MILE: $20 (5K-$35 after midnight 10/5/19 $35 on race day) WAIVER OF RESPONSIBILITY - I know that road race is a potentially hazardous activity. I should not enter the run unless Iand am medically able and trained. I agree to abideI by anytodecisions of a race official related to WAIVER OFaRESPONSIBILITY - I know that a road race is a potentially hazardous activity. I should not enter the run unless I am properly medically able and properly trained. agree abide by run. any decisions of race associated official related to my abilityor to walking safely complete the run.including I assume but all risks orwith walking in this event, including but notof limited to, my ability to safely complete the I assume allarisks with running in thisisevent, not associated limited to,with falls,running contact other participants, the effects the weather, including high heat and/or AMOUNT ENCLOSED: ______________ (Registration Fee NOT Refundable) falls, contact with other participants, the effects of the weather, including high heat and/or humidity, traffic, and the condition of the road. All such risks being known and understood WAIVER OF RESPONSIBILITY I know that a road race is a potentially hazardous activity. I should not enter the run unless I am medically able and properly trained. I agree to abide AMOUNT ENCLOSED: ______________ (Registration Fee is NOT Refundable) humidity, traffic, and the conditions ofHaving the road. such risks being known and understood by me.ofHaving read this knowing these facts, in consideration of your accepting my entry, I, for myself, and anyone by me. readAll this waiver and knowing these facts, in consideration your accepting mywaiver entry, I,and for myself, and anyone entitled to act on my behalf, waive and release the by any decisions of a race official related ability complete the run.activity. I assume all risks with running walking able in this event, including butI agree not limited to, WAIVER OF RESPONSIBILITY - I know thattoa my road race to is asafely potentially hazardous I should not associated enter the run unless I amor medically and properly trained. to abide Tampa Police Department, the Tampa Police Memorial Fund, and all sponsors, their representatives, and successors from all claims of liability of any kind arising out of my particientitled to act on my behalf, waive and release the Police Department, the Police Memorial Fund andallallrisks sponsors, from allwalking claims of liability ofincluding anyknown kind arising out of falls, contact with of other participants, the effects the weather, high humidity, traffic, andsuccessors thewith condition of the road. All such risks being and by any decisions a Tampa race official related to myof ability toTampa safelyincluding complete theheat run.and/or I assume associated running or in this event, but notunderstood limited to,my participation in this event.

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So, you’re Getting Comfortable with Open Water Swimming You are a triathlete or an open water swimmer and feel you are now comfortable with both training and racing in open water. Is that correct? That would be a bold statement for most triathletes, just because at the starting line, too many are breathing deeply, wondering if they are going to get kicked in the head or their body, wondering if the right side or the left side or near the front is the place to start, and what to do in the first 30 seconds when the gun goes off. Yet, at the very moment of about one minute to go, the experienced as well as the newbie begins to wonder just what might happen. In today’s world of swimming, open water is fast establishing itself as the fastest growing sport in the world, on a percentage basis, even faster than triathlon. Open Water Swimming even has its own Hall of Fame, and about 30 swims, worldwide that are considered ‘must do’ if you want to be considered in entering the OWS Hall of Fame. FYI, the 24 Mile Tampa Bay Marathon Swim is one of the 30. And, in Open Water Swimming there are rules, worldwide that govern whether you will officially be seen as a completer of one of these swims. In fact, there are more people who finish the English Channel with wetsuits than those who do not each year, but the ones with the wetsuits crossings are not considered official. The best I have found to swim open water is the Courtney Campbell Causeway, since one can stand up for most of the way, the Gulf of Mexico, since you can swim parallel to the shoreline wherever you start, and over at Lake Louisa park, near Clermont. Open Water Swimming has set the guideline of 6.2 miles or longer as swimming a marathon and older than 50 years old, if one does that in a recognized open water swim, they can be inducted into a chapter called the Half Century Club, which is considered an honor. One of the primary reasons most people have for swimming in open water is fear, fear of drowning, fear of being stung by a stingray, or having a problem with a shark. I had a manatee tee swim by me in the opposite way about a year and a half ago, and that was a beautiful sight, however, they can get up to 40mph with just two swishes of its tail and that is a speed where very little chance of survival is there. Having coached open water swimming for over 16 years, and being the owner of the worldwide known 8 MILE SWIM, I have only seen four sharks in all of that time, and three of those are feeder sharks which grown to about three feet, have a large fin, but not big enough to take a limb but will deliver a nasty bite. The other one was a big one which was unusual. To protect oneself, you can stay calm, little or no movement, since they will probably bump you first to see if you are a dying fish, however, if they come right at you, you can hit them in their upper lip which there is a small gel pack that is super sensitive, or into their gills on their side. Both of those areas will generally be enough to get them out of your life. To many of the athletes who swim open water, one general rule that should always be followed, is to swim with a buddy. Second rule is to swim with a swim buoy, if you have one so you can be seen by the swimmers or from the shoreline. If you do not have one, XTERRA Wet Suits sells theirs, on sale, for only $9.00. Use TriFloyd’s code to receive that discount: CO-TRIFLOYDSo, now you want to swim open water and you wonder what you need to do to begin. First of all, find a coach who is holding regularly, open water swim workouts and is certified, and certified in CPR & First Aid. TriFloyd has been holding them for over 16 years, at the same location on Courtney Campbell Causeway. At one time, there were only two of us in the entire Tampa Bay area who were holding open water swim workouts, however, now there are over 12 in the Tampa Bay community. Some are clubs, some are buddies who get together, and some are teams. Find one who has a coach who has a great deal of experience in coaching all three sports of triathlon as well as open water. There is a difference between coaching someone for triathlon in a pool, and coaching them in open water, as well as coaching someone just for swimming open water longer distances. Be sure to ask for the coach’s knowledge .If you want to build up your endurance for swimming open water, go regularly, at least once a week, to a program where you will be coach and the people are friendly. Be sure to ask to be assigned to swim with a buddy if you are a bit nervous. Swim in water where you can stand up to take a rest if you one. And, be sure to hydrate immediately after you finish your workout. Work your way up to longer distances similarly to how you have a Base Stage and a Build Stage in Triathlons. Once you have built the endurance, called, muscular endurance, of about one mile, you should be able to swim a long, slow, three miles, if you have a place where you can stop to take a rest, if needed. However, once again, swim with a buddy!!! For those who are more advanced or have a longer base or build program in place, how are you getting faster and stronger? Doing the same swim as you always do, or do you vary the distance slightly but vary the intensity? When you vary the intensity, do you always vary it at the beginning, the middle or the end? To increase your endurance and the ability to sustain longer distances, place your higher intensity towards the end, but get in a cool down, for sure! While you are swimming open water swims, be sure to focus on swimming to a stationary and immovable mark so you can swim straighter, however, to really swim straight, one must learn to swim blind in a pool (with your eyes closed with only 1 – 3 blinks on each length), use bilateral marking, and have navigation skills that are totally honed so you can read the water below the surface. Each of those can be coached and you can learn them, but some are highly sophisticated and will give you a competitive edge. When you want to find a place where you can train for open water, there are some guidelines that one needs to put into place. First, make sure it is safe and there are plenty of people who will and can be watching you. When you go into the water, always swim with a buddy, and make

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sure you can touch the bottom, most, but preferably, all of the time, if you need to take rest. A really good place for this is at Ben T. Davis Beach and along Courtney Campbell Causeway. Where TriFloyd coaches, you can touch easily since the water is about 3 – 5 deep the entire way. Another excellent place to train is along the Gulf of Mexico in Clearwater beach. There are lifeguards there as well as many people sunning themselves on the beach. And, if you want to train in a lake, Lake Louisa Park or in Clermont, Florida, at Lake Minneola. However, wherever you swim open water, rule number one, always swim with a buddy, and wear an open water swim buoy so you can easily be seen. Notice how I wrote swimming with a buddy more than once in this article. It is too important of a rule not to follow, time after time. What the swim buoy does is it is a backup so you can easily be seen by your buddy, by other swimmers, by those on jet skis or small boats, and by those on shore who may be watching. When swimming open water, especially in Florida, temps. are important. When the great open water swimmer, Diana Nyad, swam from Cuba to South Florida, a 104 mile swim, she picked the warmest day of the year as to the temperature in the water. Generally, a cooler temperature is warranted. Diana picked a day when the water was going to be 88 degrees, a temperature that is a bit on the warm side. Why? Because of the distance she would be swimming, her body is going to be in water that is considerable cooler than her body temperature, which is 98.6 degrees. Thus, her body temperature would be pulled down, and, it did when she swam it. For those of us who swim open water regularly, but in shorter distances, one can swim in temperatures that are 85 – 88 degrees, and swim for up to three miles, safely. In your swim buoy, make sure you take a bottle of water, especially in a bottle like a Polar Bottle, which will keep the water cooler. Just a water bottle that you purchase filled with water, by the time you finish the swim in water that is 88 degrees, the water bottle will be about the same temperature, so, use a one that is insulated. Also, generally, but not always, closer you swim to shore, the warmer the temperature will be since it will be more shallow. You will also find it is cooler further out you swim, but always show caution by letting others know how far out you will be swimming, not just your swimming buddy who needs to be swimming with you. A good program two swimmer can work into their routines, is to stop every 5 – 10 minutes, on an agreed upon time, to see where the other one is and to wave. Plus, if you have someone from the shoreline watch, they should have a cell phone with them, and they know you will be stopping every 5 – 10 minutes to wave at them, too. Plus, when temperatures matter to an open water swimmer, have you ever swam in the winter time, when the water temperature goes down to below 65 degrees, in the Tampa Bay area, in saltwater? In fresh water, like in lakes and rivers, the temperatures in Florida have reach 55 – 58 degrees, in the winter time. Not cold enough for those who train for the English Channel since you have to swim without a wetsuit there. However, TriFloyd has been actively coaching winter time swimming, with and without a wetsuit for several years. People have come from all around the Tampa Bay area to learn how the right way. TriFloyd has a regular program of five different sessions so swimmers, and triathletes, can get their bodies prepared for cold water swim races, as well as personal endurance swims, such as the Tampa Bay 24 Mile Marathon Swim. The cold water sessions for TriFloyd begins in December each year and goes into the middle of January. Temperatures at that time in Tampa Bay will range from 58 – 65 degrees, and it is started with a wet suit, but one graduates to swimming without a wet suit by the end of the five session program. And, last, but not least, make sure where you go to swim, you learn to swim in stages. As a USA Triathlon Certified Coach, Level II, and a USA Cycling Certified Coach, Elite Level, I coach at the Olympic and Pro levels, which means we coach you how to train using the new techniques (that is not just to learn the idea in a one time basis), then we coach you in using it in a artificial competitive environment, and then we will move you, when you are competent and the coach acknowledges you as such, into the win stage, which is how to win using all of what you are being coach. So, when you are ready, come out on Wednesday’s from mid-March to end of October, for TriFloyd’s weekly Open Water Swim workouts, starting at 5:30p.m., on Courtney Campbell Causeway. We accept all levels of swimmers and triathletes in our Open Water Swim workout program, from the newbie to the Pro/Elite levels. And we coach 3 – 5 different skills, techniques each Wednesday for you to become stronger, with more force, more skill, to build your muscle endurance, and to swim with more confidence and have race worthy sustainability. In triathlons, there is a saying that is old by today’s standards, but some still hear and ad her to it: you cannot win a triathlon in the swim, but you can lose it. Well, at the Pro level, they know in the swim whether they will win the race since their feel is that strong. So is mine, and so is many of the nationally ranked swimmers. Getting in open water swims regularly gives one the opportunity to swim hard and not feel like they have to go easy since they will be tired. Using Pace Management, one can swim harder than usual and still have plenty left for the run, after a strong bike. TriFloyd with Bill Floyd Coaching teaches you how and why. Ready to start on a regular program today. Let’s see you at our next Open Water Swim workout on Wednesday’s!!! If you have any questions, be sure to contact Coach Bill at (813) 977-1585 BFloydPres@aol.com www.TriFloyd.com See you at the races!!! About the Coach: Coach Bill is a USA Triathlon Certified Coach, Level II, USA Cycling Certified Coach, Elite Level, TEAM in Training National Certified Coach, 2 time TEAM USA, IRONMAN 5 time Masters Champion for Florida in Olympic Distance Triathlon, marathoner, 8 MILE SWIM finisher and owner of the event, recipient of the prestigious Elite Mentorship Award from USA Triathlon assisted the staff coaches at the U. S. Olympic Committee headquarters in Colorado Springs, CO, Nationally & World ranked, winner of the world’s nd longest river regatta – The Mug Race (42 miles long), winner of the S. E. Longest Canoe Race – 17 miles, 2 at the USATF sanctioned Beach Running World Championships, Manager of the Year of a $58 billion dollar corporation, keynote speaker, certified in CPR & First Aid

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Written by USAT Coach Celia Dubey

11 Lessons for Lady Triathletes aka Triathletas 1.

Secure your goggles with this method so if your goggles get knocked off during the swim, you won’t lose them and you will protect your hair from damage as well. Both chlorine and salt can be harsh on the hair so it’s best to use a clarifying shampoo at least once a week. The rubber goggles and the latex swim caps can cause hair breakage too. Before your swim, apply coconut oil on your hair just like you would apply conditioner. Next put on a spandex or lycra swim cap, then your goggles (replace the rubber goggle straps with bungee style) and finally place your wave appropriate latex or rubber swim cap over your goggles to keep them secure.

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Oh, what to wear. If you want full coverage then go with a tri suit that tends to hold everything together and be the most flattering. A tri suit is like a swimsuit with shorts attached all in one piece. Some even have zippers in the front. Some have little pockets in the back but those can cause drag and slow you down swimming so those are only appropriate for the longer distance races. The tops on the two piece tri suits tend to ride up so unless you “want” to show off your 6 pack, that can be annoying. If you are lucky enough to “have to” wear a jog bra under your tri suit or tri top then here are my top recommendations. *My personal favorite comes in racer back and regular): Moving Comfort JUNO $39 - $65 It can be purchased at most running stores, online at Brooks and REI *Best sports bra for FULL support: Moving Comfort MAIA $58.00 Can be purchased at most running stores, online at Brooks and REI *And a darn good one: Under Armour PROTEGEE Made for Me Racer Back Zipper Front Buy online approx $28.00 - $35.00 https://store.jacksonswarehouse.online/Detail_i576697 *And a good enough fair priced one is Champion Duo Dry From $19.95 online to $25.00 Kohls Always check TJ Maxx. I have found ALL of these bras at TJ Maxx at some point. And shop online for the best deals. Some ladies just wear a racing style one piece or a two piece swim suits like TYR, Speedo, or Nike. This would be the least expensive option too and you can always find these brands at a great discount at TJ Maxx or Marshalls. Always rinse out your suit of the chlorine water or salt water ASAP as this will prolong the life of your suit. Oh, and a warning if you are wearing a swim suit, avoid doing the breast stroke if you are swimming with a man behind you. I’m just saying……

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You don’t want to feel this kind of burn. Try to shave 24 hours before your salt water swims as one can often feel an intense burn as you enter the salt water right after a shave. Laser hair removal is worth every penny when you think of all the time it saves you.

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Saddle up. Get professionally fitted to optimize performance, comfort and efficiency. You want to be fitted so your weight is on your sit bones and not your pubis aka hoo-ha. When you purchase a new bike a professional fitting should always be included. If you buy a used bike, you can schedule a fitting at your local bike shop and trust me it’s worth the money.

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A good chamois crème will help avoid chafing and saddles sores but if you get them a product called “Aquaphor” can help or apply the oil from a vitamin E capsule. You can get both in any grocery store.

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No sausages. Splurge on high-quality cycling shorts (about $99-$150) a pair. In an effort to avoid the sausage effect on your thighs always select the cycling shorts that do not have the plastic grippers around the thighs. Trust me these are worth the extra money

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Always a diva? Heart rate monitors can come in fun fashionable colors. If you use a heart rate monitor that requires you to wear a strap below your chest, apply coconut oil, olive oil, or “Aquaphor” on your sternum before you place the heart rate monitor on to avoid chafing.

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Don’t be blinded by Triathlon. Never apply any sun block or cover up above your eyes. Protect your forehead with a hat or visor while running and wear a “Halo” on the bike under your helmet. The “Halo” has a “small rubber strip” that keeps the sweat from rolling into your eyes. No need to go all the way to heaven for your “Halo”. You can get your “Halo” at your favorite bike shop.

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If you have long hair get a bike helmet with a pony tail slot. And I find a braid always keeps your ponytail from knotting. If it does tangle up then “The Wet Brush” is the best for getting those tangles out.

10. Is it that time of the month? When feeling under the weather for any reason, know that it’s scientifically proven that it’s best to exercise at low intensity 50-75%max HR or 50-75% of perceived maximum effort. It’s science. Exercise makes you feel better. You can often sweat it out, the increased circulation, & the endorphins you release will almost always make you feel better. 11. Mother nature calls. Always carry wipes, you never know when the port-o-let is out of paper or worse…… They also help with removing those body markings :0) It’s a good idea to buy the facial wipes (Burts Bees is my fav) and always immediately use one on your face after your workout in an effort to keep your skin clear. The last tip, I guess I lied, there are 12. 12. When training solo, always tell someone where you will be training (the exact route) how long you will be gone, and check in with them when you are finished. Or heck, just download the free app by Road ID. With this app you can designate a person to see where you physically are real time during training. As long as your phone is on it will track you for them. It’s way cool and free. You can contact USAT certified Coach Celia Dubey at www.runvie.com LYRCA N’ LACE WOMEN’S TRIATHLON SATURDAY OCTOBER 5, 2019 www.Racehawk.com

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The Need to Protect yourself when cycling: create and keep your own evidence Crashes while riding your bicycle are a fact of life. Unfortunately, so are crashes with motor vehicles. The roads are not fair to us. Neither is the “fairness” of police officers investigating bicycle/car accident cases objectively. We all have read articles that seem to suggest the cyclist was at least partly at fault, even where in a legally designated lane, and struck from behind. Police are much more likely to not issue a citation to the motorist, where had both vehicles been motorized, there would not be such hesitation. We all have to be aware that it is not a level playing field when you are hit on your bicycle; you will more likely than not be blamed; and, where it appears you are not at fault, the driver still will not be cited. What can be done to right this wrong? Education of the police? Sure. Better education of motorists? Sure. But, in the meantime, what you can do to better be able to show you did no wrong ? Have the proper gear necessary to prove your innocence. What gear is that? CAMERAS! Yes, have a video camera on your front bars, and another on your rear seatpost. Make your own evidence, and then hope you never need it. Video mutes almost every motorist’s claim that “he came out of nowhere,” or “he swerved right into me,” or, “the sun blinded me,” or “the cyclist struck me, not the other way around.” It’s my belief that cameras, front and rear facing, are a necessity if you are going to ride Florida roads. Unlike the driver who just tried to “buzz” you and denies it when asked, the camera documents reality. There are numerous options: Garmin, Cycliq, Shimano, and numerous others make these products. While not cheap, they can save you many times their cost if you are the victim of a negligent or malignant driver, one who goes out of his or her way to scare, injure, or kill you. The Cycliq products are especially functional, providing not only video and audio, but also accident preventing lights in the same package. This product automatically begins overwriting when the memory is full. It also has automatic save functions if an accident occurs, preventing the valuable evidence from being inadvertently discarded. I’ve handled several cycling accident cases where the video made the difference between having a case or not. In one current case, the video could prove invaluable in showing the driver didn’t turn on her turn signal until already making the turn, thereby giving no adequate warning to the cyclist before striking the bicycle. Christmas is not too far away. Ask for the best Christmas gift a cyclist can have this year: cameras for the bike. Be safe out there.

Brian is a practicing attorney, specializing in personal injury cases with a subspecialty representing cyclists in bike/ auto accidents. He is a lifelong resident of St. Petersburg, and has been active, as both a participant and race manager for in excess of thirty years. He has worked on all phases of race production, including being one of the early race directors of St. Anthony’s Triathlon; announces many races on the West Coast of Florida, and served the Florida Region on the National Board of Directors for USATriathlon for six years, and is the Past President of that Organization. Brian is also on the Board/ Executive committee for the Frogman swim, proceeds of which benefit the Navy Seal Foundation providing multiple forms of assistance to families of Seals who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our Country. He is married to Awilda, and remains active in our sports community as both a participant and as an announcer of triathlons, running events, and the Seal Frogman Swim across Tampa Bay. He can be reached at bch@bchfirm. com, or 727-515-9397.

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Proceeds Proceeds from this year’s Tampa Bay Times Turkey Trot will be donated to the West Florida Y Runners Club Scholarship Program and other local charities.

Donations We will be collecting canned goods and non-perishable food items in the stadium on Race Day for the Religious Community Services Food Bank.

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Maximum Impact/Nutrition Welcome to the 2nd installment of this 4 part article. We covered Hydration in the first article (if you missed it take a few minutes to go back a read it) and now we move onto Nutrition. This is a subject that is not talked about enough and is #2 on our list of importance. Whether you are a runner, swimmer, cyclist or triathlete, proper training time and adequate recovery is key to improved performance. But to get the best quality out of that training and recovery, a nutritious diet is essential. However, there’s no one perfect diet for every athlete. In fact, everyone’s daily nutrition plan should be unique based on their stage of life, training cycle & goals, personal preferences, lifestyle, genetics, lab results and more. Being an endurance athlete doesn’t give you the license to eat whatever you want. While exercise is certainly a healthy habit, it does not make any athlete immune to health conditions. In fact, we commonly see endurance athletes with symptoms and blood markers related to excessive oxidative stress and inflammation. Regardless of your activity choice, eating well with real, whole foods should be the rule, not the exception. All athletes need the right balance of macronutrients: carbohydrates, protein, and fat (and alcohol…but we will ignore that one for now). While it was once believed that endurance athletes should be eating the majority of their calories from carbohydrates that is no longer always the case. Some may do well adopting a very low carb ketogenic diet with 5-10% of their calories from carbs, while others need closer to 50% from carbohydrates. Again, every athlete’s needs, preferences, and goals are different. Regardless, eating whole foods is best. Healthy eating habits stand true for athletes ("eat the rainbow"). In other words, eat your fruits and veggies! These carbohydrates provide critical micronutrients (aka vitamins and minerals), phytonutrients, and fiber that help an athlete’s body function optimally. Most people should aim to consume at least five servings or more of vegetables (1/2 cup cooked or 1 cup raw) and fruits (about the size of a baseball) combined per day. CarbohydratesCarbs are a key source of readily available energy during exercise and can come from real food like dates, bananas, and rice or engineered products like sports drinks, gels, chews, and bars. While many engineered products are conveniently packaged, they lack nutrients and can wreak havoc on an athlete’s health when used improperly. So skip the sugary carbohydrates and engineered products on rest days and for workouts less than one hour.

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ProteinMost athletes need at least .5-1g of protein per pound of lean body weight (not necessarily total body weight), or approximately 15-30% of total calories from foods like lentils, grass-fed meats, organic dairy, and low-mercury fish. Protein is responsible for the growth and maintenance of cells (since exercise breaks your body down on a cellular level), creating antibodies for immunity (so you get sick less and miss fewer training sessions), and supplying small amounts of energy. Plus, it helps preserve muscle mass for athletes trying to lose body fat.

FatDietary fat is an excellent source of energy and necessary for absorbing certain vitamins. It helps keep you full and maintain steady energy and focus throughout the day. Some athletes need as little as 25% of their calories from fat, while others need as much as 75%. Focus on plant and fish-based sources of fat like avocados, olive oil, salmon, chia seeds, and almonds. This will allow your body to adapt to using fat effectively as a fuel source, reducing your reliance on high carbohydrate foods before, during and after exercise. Many athletes training 1-2 hours per day often do well with about 20-25% protein, 35-45% fat, and 30-45% carbs. When workouts get longer and harder, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll burn more calories from glycogen reserves, or stored carbohydrates used for exercise. While daily nutrition needs may not change much, fueling and hydration needs will. The best advice I can give is to TRACK YOUR FOOD. If you keep a food diary (we use MyFitnessPal) you can determine what is best for you as an individual. This means anything you consume solid or liquid 24/7 (food and drinks still count on the weekends). If you monitor your training, sleep, recovery, and overall energy, you can make adjustments to your nutrition to improve all of these areas. Tracking nutrition is the best way to reach your maximum potential. 2 keys to your success are consistency and sustainability. You must have consistency to allow you to see what works best for you and your performance and recovery. If you are inconsistent than you can guarantee that your results will be as well. Sustainability will be the ticket to consistency! Creating a nutrition program around foods that you enjoy and that fit your macronutrient profile will guarantee your success! Please email us for more information about this article and any other related questions. Writer: Eric Stratman

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Shhh! Don’t tell anyone the secret of my faster race times! Meilus Muscular Therapy is unlike any previous therapy available. We analyze patients using an engineering approach to determine the source of pain; non-invasive robotic therapy is then used to make corrections. The musculoskeletal system is a series of cables (muscles) working levers (bones). We look at how one part of the body affects another, and then show how the therapy will help you. We will even show you how to treat yourself at home! Waste build-up in the muscles causes adhesions, or knots to form. Stretching beyond the knot will tear and injure the muscle. The therapeutic robot disperses the knot, lengthening the muscle without injury. Therbo® is an intelligent therapeutic robot that knows how to treat your muscle using precise, gentle pressure and can: *Make a change in your pain level in one visit without drugs, herbs,

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Saturday October 26, 2019 - 8:00 am 5K and 10K Come join us for the inaugural Oktoberfest Run at The Barn at Stark Farms. We are excited to  host these 5K & 10K runs in conjunction with the Okoberfest Celebration which will follow.  The event, which benefits the Odessa Soccer Club, will start and finish on The Barn property  which is located on Lutz Lake Fern Rd. in Odessa. Both the 5K & 10K races will run on the  Upper Tampa Bay Trail  Fall Fest 2019 will be held just across Lutz Lake Fern Road at The Manor at Stark Farms and  host  a  fall  festival  on  its  vast  lawns.  The  lawns  are  shaded  by  100‐year  oak  trees  and  the  celebration will include music, food, vendors, and pumpkin and hay exhibits reminiscent of  autumn  reflection  on  a  farm.  The  Manor,  a  southern  plantation  home  has  been  a  local  landmark since the early 70’s, laid empty for over 15 years and is part of a 40 acres estate now  under restoration by Stark Farms. The Manor will be open for inspection for those who have  driven by over the years but never had a glimpse of the interior of this former executive home.    Transportation between the two events will be provided by Stark Farms   Each registration includes: An awesome tech t‐shirt, a finisher medal and goodie bags.  Registration www.Racehawk.com    September/October

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4TH ANNUAL

5K and 1 Mile Funn Runn / Walk Saturday, November 9, 2019, 8:00 AM Keystone Prep High School Campus 18105 Gunn Hwy • Odessa, FL 33556 (Across from Keystone Park)

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THE 6-POINT CURE FOR MOST RUNNING INJURIES Running is one of the most natural and best forms of exercise. It doesn’t take a much time and you can do it almost anywhere. You only need a pair of shorts, a top, some socks, and a pair of shoes. Your average equipment cost/year: $80 for two pairs of shorts, another $80 for two tops, $90 for two good sports bras (if appropriate), $90 for a half dozen pairs of socks, and about $280 for two pairs of shoes - total for a woman, about $420 and a man, $330 will cover it. If you like, running can also be very social with all of the free or very low-cost weekly fun runs that your local running stores put on. If you are up for more of a challenge, you can join a marathon training group. With the goal of finishing a half or full marathon, joining a group can cost $150 or so based on its activity level. This fee covers coaching, a group singlet and/or shirt, seminars, race discounts and other group activities. A nice perk may even include a merchandise discount at your local running store. Once you are hooked, the only thing that will put a damper on your running is pain or injury. Running itself does not cause these issues. Running in shoes that are not a good match for your feet or running style, is. Paying close attention to the following 6-Points may just keep those aches, pains and injuries from showing up. 1.) The shape of your shoes should closely match the shape of your feet. Not paying attention to this is a major cause of blisters and general foot discomfort. 2.) You must have at least a half inch space between your longest toe and the tip of the shoe, and a little more if buying your shoes in the morning. Any shorter may be the cause of pain on the outside of your knee, ankle or foot. Shoes that are too short may also cause top of the foot pain as well as bottom forefoot pain. 3.) You must be able to pinch a little material between your fingers on the top of your foot just behind your toes. Tight shoes can cause the same issues as above. 4.) Your shoes must match the flex-point of your feet. To be sure, your shoes should easily roll from the arch to the toe. If they don’t, it may result in either overpronation or oversupination, at least causing inside or outside knee pain as well as shin or heel pain. 5.) With your shoes on, your knees should align directly over your feet. This insures proper knee function as well as also keeping all joints above aligned. 6.) Contrary to long-standing opinion, if your knees align over your feet, your ankles do not have to align. In other words, you may overpronate or oversupinate, at the ankle, based on your personal body structure and movement pattern. The ankle is designed to move just enough to align the knee, which in turn helps align all joints above it, up to and including the neck. Maintaining more proper alignment insures less stress and strain on tendons and ligaments and reduced cartilage wear and tear in the joint structures of the body. Runners who never seem to get injured are either maintaining proper alignment or are strong enough to compensate…for now. Paying close attention to these 6-Points is the easiest first defense way to keep your running healthy. Gene Ulishney, BSHPE, CPED, BOCPED, ACSM

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LYCRA & LACE WOMENâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S TRIATHLON

October 5, 2019

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Location, Start Time & Distance Fort DeSoto Park, 3500 Pinellas Bayway South, Tierra Verde- Shelter #11 at the Fort. Race starts at 8:00 AM Swim .25 miles, Bike 10 Miles, Run 3.1 Miles About the Event Florida Race Place Magazine was proud to host the first Women's only triathlon held in the Tampa Bay Area. The event surpassed our greatest hopes and expectations so we have continued the tradition and are thrilled to be hosting the 6th Annual Lycra & Lace Women's Triathlon. This event was created to provide an exciting family-friendly weekend where the women race and the men provide the support. The Lycra & Lace Women’s Triathlon is the perfect race for both first timers and experienced triathletes alike. For the women that want to race, but don’t feel they can complete the full distance, we have several Relay Categories including Mother/Daughter, Sisters and BFFs! Register today to experience the Tampa Bay Area’s first Women’s Only Triathlon and enjoy a wellorganized and supported event! The event is limited to 500 entries and expected to fill up before race day, so please sign-up today to guarantee your spot. Awards Awards will be given to: Overall Female, Overall Master Female, Overall Grand Master Female, 3-deep in Elite and Relays, and 5-deep in each Standard 5-Year Age Group, Athena, and First Timers. For those of you who love race finisher medals, we have a great one for you! Age Groups Individual: Standard 5-Year Age Groups 15 thru 75+ Relay Teams: 3-Person Team or 2-Person Team

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