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Weekend Schedule

• Friday September 20th, 2013: Packet Pickup, Bike Check In & Carb Loading Day

• 1:00 pm: Packet Pick-Up & Late Registration @ Spring Canyon Campground • 1:00 pm: T1 opens for Bike Check In @ Spring Canyon Campground • 5:15 pm: Athletes Meeting @ Spring Canyon Campground • 6:00 pm: Carb Loading Dinner @ Church of the Nazarene • 6:00 pm: Volunteer meeting @ Spring Canyon Campground • 7:00 pm: Packet Pick Up & T1 Closes for the day. • 8:00 pm: Carb Loading Dinner Ends • 8:00 pm: Sweet Dreams! Get some rest before the big day!

• Saturday September 21st, 2013: Race Day

• 5:00 am: Bus Shuttles start running from T2 ( Lower Vac Park ) to T1 ( Spring Canyon Campground ) • 5:00 am: Packet Pick-Up & Late Registration @ Spring Canyon Campground • 5:00 am: T1 OPENS FOR ALL EVENTS and Race Bag & Special Needs Bag Drop Off • 6:15 am: T1 Closes for Ultra (Iron) • 6:30  am: Mandatory Pre-Race Meeting at Swim Start for Ultra (Iron) • 6:45 am: Ultra (Iron) Swim Waves Start in 5 Minute Increments • 8:30 am: T1 Closes for Long Course (1/2 Iron) • 8:45  am: Mandatory Pre-Race Meeting at Swim Start for Long Course (1/2 Iron) • 9:00 am: Long Course (1/2 Iron) Swim Waves Start in 5 Minute Increments • 9:30 am: T1 Closes for Olympic Distance • 9:45  am: Mandatory Pre-Race Meeting at Swim Start for Olympic Distance • 10:00 am: Olympic DistanceSwim Waves Start in 5 Minute Increments • 11:30 am: Post Race Food Opens at T2! Bon Appetite! • 1:00 pm: Olympic Triathlon & Aquabike Awards Ceremony. • 4:00 pm: Long Course (1/2 Iron) Triathlon, Aquabike & Duathlon Awards Ceremony. • 1:00 am: Post Race Food Closes Sunday Morning NOTE: The Lions Club will be serving Coffee at the parking lot leading down to the T1 transition area.  Keep an eye for them if you’d like to get some.

• Sunday, September 22nd, 2013: Post Race day at Eagles Lodge, Grand Coulee, WA

• 10:00 am: Post Race Brunch Opens “Eagles Lodge” in Grand Coulee • 11:00 am: Awards Ceremony Begins for the Ultra • 12:30 pm: Post Race Brunch Closes

Gary Martin on the bike race in 2011. — file photo

Local athlete will compete in his third Grand Columbian by Roger S. Lucas

G

ary Martin, from Electric City and a 59-year-old forester with the Colville Tribes, plans on a great day this Saturday as he competes in the Olympic-distance race of the Grand Columbian Triathlon. “I don’t pay too much attention to the time, I just like to compete,” Martin said Monday. The Olympic distance is a 1.5-kilometer (0.9375-mile) swim, 45K (26.2mile) bike ride and a 10K (6.2-mile) run. This will be Martin’s third entry in the Grand Columbian. Martin said he trains year around, and since he can’t swim in the winter he works on his endurance. Biking and running are his main interests. He gets a lot of leg work in his job combing the woods. Martin has trained consistently since his high school days in Virginia, he said, and he gets in a good run every two or three days. To Martin, it’s a good day when he can go out and compete and enjoy what he is doing. Saturday should be a good day.

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Not even cancer could keep her away by Kaitlyn Spore

Editor’s note: Despite learning of her brain tumor last January, resilient athlete Kaitlyn Spore, 23, has trained for and intends to compete in the half-iron distance race this Saturday. Her story, here in her own words, amplifies in extreme the triathlete’s mindset that makes each of them an inspiration.

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have asthma, and growing up, I hated being different, hated having to stop an activity because of an attack, and really hated having people think I wasn’t capable of something. Other than experiencing wheezing and chest tightening, I knew I wasn’t different and that I could still do everything I set my mind to. I decided early on that I wouldn’t let anything limit me and that quitting was never an option. I trained for my first triathlon with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society when I was 18, but two weeks before the race I tore my Achilles. Not competing was never an option in my mind. I had fundraised and was racing for people who fought for their lives every day without quitting or giving up. I was not about to quit over an injury. If I could walk in a cast boot, then I could still complete the race. I didn’t think I was doing anything astonishing; I was just finishing the goal I had set for myself and experiencing the sport from a different perspective. My aunt and I both have the goal of completing an Ironman. Last year we were set to compete in the Florida Ironman, but plans changed when I broke my foot a month before the race. Breaking my foot was a physical limitation that was really hard for me to deal with. I couldn’t put much pressure on it, let alone run. Being limited pushed me to work harder, and with the help of a talented CrossFit coach, I was able to keep my sanity with modified workouts. I quickly learned how true it is

Kaitlyn Spore

that you appreciate certain things so much more after they are taken away. Seeing people in the gym doing things that I couldn’t was incredibly motivating and I knew that when I was out of the cast and healed, I would continue to push myself. Two weeks before my cast came off, my aunt and I registered for the Grand Columbian Iron Distance race. It was our Christmas present to ourselves and we started training the first week of January when I got the official clear on my healed foot. A week later I was diagnosed with a lymphoma brain tumor. The first thing that came to my mind was how ironic it was that the disease that first brought me to triathlons would come into my life as I was training for my biggest race yet. I certainly didn’t want to be defined by cancer and more than anything I wanted to keep my life as normal as possible. I kept up my normal life: teaching, training, CrossFit, and grad school. It wasn’t until my hair started falling out that I began telling people. Being bald is kind of hard to hide! As my energy dwindled, I realized I had to give up the training in order to manage everything else. I promised myself I would pick up the training again as soon as my treatment was over.

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The T2 (bike-to-run transition) and finish line is in the park below the Visitor Center at Grand Coulee Dam.

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Most of this year’s run routes go back to the Downriver Trail along the Columbia River. Runners (except for those in the duathlon) will start and end the last leg of the race at the park below Visitor Center at Grand Coulee Dam, crossing the bridge over the Columbia on the sidewalks, then using the Downriver Trail for most of the run. Each run — for the Olympic, the half-iron, the iron, and the super tri differ only in length and number of times repeated. Exact route directions are available online, along with complete course “flyover” movies at http://trifreaks.com/grand-columbian-supertri/

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Ultra (Iron Distance) Bike map

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Meet the athletes Category Name Age Gen. City

State Prov

Category Name Age Gen. City

State Prov

Category Name Age Gen. City

State Prov

Category Name Age Gen. City

State Prov

Reich, Allyson

41

F

Vernon

BC

WA

41

M

Keizer

OR

Olympic Triathlon

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Gifford, Eva

21

F

Victoria

BC

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Lake, Jamie

34

F

Deer Park

Ultra Distance Aquabike Morin, Kelly

45

F

YellowkniF NT

Olympic Triathlon

Williams, Nath

27

M

Seattle

WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Weischedel, Biggi 42

F

Kelowna

BC

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Hartley, Jenny

50

F

Montesano WA

Ultra Duathlon

Dougall, Scott

Ultra Distance Aquabike Martinez, Nuria

47

F

Coeur d'AleneID

Olympic Triathlon

Popham, Katrina 43

F

Clarkston

WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Swinger, Arin

38

F

Moses Lake WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Domes, Erika

33

F

Seattle

WA

Ultra Distance Aquabike OHern, David

30

M

Seattle

WA

Olympic Triathlon

Frost , Danielle

37

F

Washougal WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Toland, Jack

17

M

Kirkland

WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Morgan, Bruce

48

M

Bellevue

WA

Ultra (Iron) Dist. Tri.

Morrison, J.

32

M

Surrey

BC

Olympic Triathlon

Russell, Petria

14

F

Lake Tapps WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Roth, Brian

33

M

Vancouver BC

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Achen, Kathy

48

F

Otis OrchardsWA

Ultra (Iron) Dist. Tri.

Goethals, K.

48

F

Valencia

CA

Olympic Triathlon

Lehigh, John

34

M

kirkland

WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Spore, Kaitlyn

23

F

Seattle

WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

McMahon, Denise 56

F

Vernon

BC

Ultra (Iron) Dist. Tri.

Neighbor, Daniel 26

M

Klamath FallsOR

Olympic Triathlon

Gregson, Dean

49

M

Tualatin

OR

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Brower, David

65

M

Sammamish WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Attrill, Shannon

40

F

Chilliwack

BC

Ultra (Iron) Dist. Tri.

VanderSchelden G 25

M

Pullman

WA

Olympic Triathlon

Marshall, Patricia 50

F

Coldstream BC

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Morin, Steve

44

M

YellowkniF NT

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Whitman, Jeff

35

M

Longview

WA

Ultra (Iron) Dist. Tri.

Renne, David

40

M

Snohomish WA

Olympic Triathlon

Itterley, Shannen 29

F

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

McGilliard, Anderson

27

M

Richland

WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Smith, Corrie

34

F

Anchorage AK

Ultra (Iron) Dist. Tri.

WAIN, TYLER

25

M

SEATTLE

WA

Olympic Triathlon

Maykuth, Amy

40

F

Coeur d'AleneID

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Fleck, William

43

M

Spokane

WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Wardian, Claire

17

F

Coeur D AleneID

Ultra (Iron) Dist. Tri.

Page, Jeremy

30

M

Great Falls MT

Olympic Triathlon

CafFrty, Justin

34

M

Meridian

ID

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Parks, Trena

54

F

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Moore, Elizabeth 40

F

Kent

WA

Ultra (Iron) Dist. Tri.

Stoltz, Brian

40

M

Kirkland

WA

Olympic Triathlon

Silvernagel, Ma

24

F

Seattle

WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Pakootas, Joseph 56

M

Inchelium

WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Leong, Ryan

29

M

Spokane

WA

Ultra (Iron) Dist. Tri.

Froelich, Daniel

29

M

Pullman

WA

Olympic Triathlon

Panduro, Stig

40

M

Kirkland

WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Fzzey, Keri

39

F

Coupeville WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Enloe, Erika

43

F

Leavenworth WA

Ultra (Iron) Dist. Tri.

Hampton, Clyde 37

M

Forks

WA

Olympic Triathlon

Harttrup, Jon

36

M

Shoreline

WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Hobbs, Susan

42

F

Great Falls MT

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Moore, Timothy

15

M

Kent

Ultra (Iron) Dist. Tri.

Schulz, Thomas 42

M

Olympia

WA

Olympic Triathlon

Gahringer, Jen

29

F

Wenatchee WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Peoples, Spirit

40

M

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Pohlman, Jared

37

M

Oak Harbor WA

Ultra (Iron) Dist. Tri.

Townsend, Ariel 21

F

Richland

WA

Olympic Triathlon

Martin, Gary

59

M

Grand CouleeWA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Pakootas, Chry

37

F

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Cortner, Michael 56

M

Otis OrchardsWA

Ultra (Iron) Dist. Tri.

Acheson, Rusty 29

M

Plano

TX

Olympic Triathlon

VanSant, Julie

32

F

Prineville

OR

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Thompson, Alison 41

F

Vancouver BC

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Robison, Lorilie 47

F

Gig Harbor WA

Ultra (Iron) Dist. Tri.

Kraus, Eric

48

M

Seattle

WA

Olympic Triathlon

Breckenridge, K 57

M

Loon Lake

WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Wallace, Alex

57

M

Vernon

BC

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Titland, Colby

41

M

Everett

WA

Ultra (Iron) Dist. Tri.

Henderson, Ray 43

M

Aberdeen

WA

Olympic Triathlon

Lund, Nicole

39

F

Spokane

WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Darmer, Amy

37

F

Thornton

CO

Long (Half Iron) Course Aquabike

Toland, Marv

52

M

Kirkland

WA

Ultra (Iron) Dist. Tri.

Granger, Brian

43

M

San Diego

CA

Olympic Triathlon

Brosious, Bryan 28

M

Missoula

MT

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Gilbert, Victoria

25

F

Vancouver BC

Long (Half Iron) Course Aquabike

Mcdonald, Scott 55

M

maple valley WA

WA

Ultra (Iron) Dist. Tri.

Darmer, Kevin

35

M

Thornton

CO

Olympic Triathlon

Russell, Petria

14

F

Lake Tapps WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

FRGUSON, KEITH 32

M

Leavenworth WA

Long (Half Iron) Course Aquabike

Teichgraeber, Davis

36

F

Portland

OR

Ultra (Iron) Dist. Tri.

Robison, Edward 51

M

Gig Harbor WA

Olympic Aquabike

Hanson-Redrup, T 50

F

Strasse

WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Nelson, Mike

M

Seattle

Long (Half Iron) Course Aquabike

Hill, Jerry

56

M

spokane

WA

Ultra (Iron) Dist. Tri.

BaldwinGranger A 40

F

San Diego

CA

Olympic Aquabike

Souther, Paeca

43

F

Mead

WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Johnston, Katie 29

F

Ultra (Iron) Dist. Tri.

Nevin, Luke

33

M

Renton

WA

Olympic Aquabike

Lynch, Matt

32

M

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Adams, Amie

28

F

Seattle

WA

Ultra (Iron) Dist. Tri.

Martin, Greg

36

M

Anchorage AK

Olympic Aquabike

Hecklinger, Nikole 44

F

Seattle

WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Robertson, Mike 43

M

Chilliwack

BC

Ultra (Iron) Dist. Tri.

Frris, David

27

M

Silverdale

WA

Olympic Aquabike

Poe, Shannan

35

F

Bonney Lake WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Foglesong Stabile, Jillian 31

F

Spokane

WA

Ultra (Iron) Dist. Tri.

Funge, Jaime

37

F

Kent

WA

Olympic Aquabike

LeBlanc, Wendy 48

F

Seattle

WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Adams, Bill

59

M

Issaquah

WA

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Olympic Triathlon

Littleworth, Jim

43

M

Spokane

WA

Olympic Aquabike

Lynch, John P.

66

M

Spokane

WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Proctor, James

48

M

Spokane

WA

Olympic Triathlon

Itterley, David

27

M

East Wen.

WA

Olympic Aquabike

Carolyn, Donna

71

F

Mead

WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Corbett, Carol

54

FM

Fruitvale

BC WA

66

WA

Olympic Triathlon

Heppe, mark

61

M

plains

MT

Olympic Aquabike

Maykuth, Mike

48

M

Coeur d'AleneID

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Evans, Daniel

35

M

Clarkston

Olympic Triathlon

Anglin, Jeremy

38

M

Spokane Val. WA

Olympic Aquabike

Stevens, Kevin

56

F

Spokane

WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Wardian, Patrick 58

M

Coeur D AleneID

Olympic Triathlon

Russell, Phil

56

M

Lake Tapps WA

Long Duathlon

Lytle, Michelle

51

F

Wenatchee WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Lund, David

41

M

Spokane

Olympic Triathlon

Russell, Phil

56

M

Lake Tapps WA

Long Duathlon

Link, Gary

70

M

Coldstream BC

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Graser, Zane

30

M

Coeur d'AleneID

Olympic Triathlon

Lehmbecker, Lar. 55

M

Chelan

WA

Long Duathlon

Shaw, Elgin

49

M

Olympic Triathlon

Schuster, Jeff

42

M

Spokane

WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Humphreys, Scott 29

M

Puyallup

WA

Olympic Triathlon

May, Julie

52

F

Vernon

BC

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Carter, Jackie

31

F

Seattle

WA

Olympic Triathlon

Weyhrauch, Thom 56

M

Gig Harbor WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Legault, Danielle 30

F

Seattle

WA

Olympic Triathlon

Combs , Jason

42

M

Washougal WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Ruff, Gretchen

41

F

San Diego

CA

Olympic Triathlon

Ament, Katherine 32

F

Seattle

WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Pickering, John

42

M

Sammamish WA

Olympic Triathlon

Ballard, Jim

45

M

Tualatin

OR

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Silverstein, Dalia 30

F

Renton

WA

Olympic Triathlon

Baker, Stephen

60

M

Missoula

MT

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Redburg, Lisa

52

F

Seattle

WA

Olympic Triathlon

Hagen, Alisha

25

F

Gig Harbor WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Elliott, Stephanie 44

F

East Wen

WA

Olympic Triathlon

Cole, Emily

32

F

Newcastle

WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Long, Rochelle

42

F

Everett

WA

Olympic Triathlon

Richmond, Casey 40

M

Tualatin

OR

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Brown, Eli

32

M

Spokane

WA

Long Course (Half Iron) Triathlon

Enkurs, Dennis

55

M

Kelowna

BC

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