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Kicking Off #PROSKNOWBEST 2014: A New Saying

Ironman Wisconsin 2014 is just days away. That means The Gold Guys are having me put out my annual #prosknowbest advice. You can get this advice by following me on twitter @dpalmertri. #prosknowbest is a series of crucial tips to … Continue reading

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Walking and Talking in Jerry’s Shoes

This weekend I am walking a mile in someone else’s shoes. Mr Jerry MacNeil is our professional race announcer here in Minnesota. He’s been at it a while. I’ve heard Jerry’s dulcet tones all through my triathlon career. All the … Continue reading

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On the Move

I have been out and about. Here is some information about various locations. Ironman Boulder Working for Ken Glah’s Endurance Sports Travel brought me out to Boulder for the inaugural Ironman there. It was neat. I got to see a … Continue reading

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Whistler & Boulder

I did my best to answer all your Canada questions on twitter. I learned so much from those simple, primitive people and their untamed country. Whistler is gorgeous. The lake for the race was really nice. The bike course is … Continue reading

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Searching for the Truth: Canada Questions

Thursday is the big day. I am boldly leading a fact finding expedition to the land of Canada. Last week I asked for your questions about this obscure realm. I will do my very best to find all the answers. … Continue reading

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Canada Questions

As you may know the dark and mysterious wilderness to the North of the US is a country called Canada. Frankly I know almost nothing about the place. Next week I am going on a fact finding expedition to a … Continue reading

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The Gold Guys Present: Teddy’s Racing Tips

Well we have a big race right here in Minneapolis tomorrow. Teddy and The Gold Guys want to remind everyone racing to do a good job! Here are three key tips:

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