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She May Never Play The Piano Again...

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Julie Hull is not only a talented triathlete and gymnast who likes to do cartwheels and flips at the end of long races, she is also a very attractive woman.

Except for her right hand, which is actually kinda gruesome.

She went over the bars at Life Time Fitness Elite this weekend in a humanitarian effort to not crash into a totally in-the-way spectator. Her wrist was broken in two places and she also has the attendant livid rashes. Adrenaline was her only analgesic when she postponed her trip to the med tent and went on to finish the race.

Whoa!

Julie is not only fit, she is immensely healthy. She takes great care of herself, uses organic moisturizers and stuff like that, and doesn't eat too much cheese or too many Red Vines. (Don't you love Red Vines?). Her injuries will heal..

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Graniteman VII: Good People Do Win...

Story & Photos by Darin Wieneke

A new race venue greeted participants of the 7th Annual Graniteman triathlon on Sunday, July 11, 2010. This year

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CY Takes The Next Step...

cathyMONDAY, JULY 12, 2010..........Reprinted from Cathy Yndestad's cool BLOG

The PRO card application has been submitted...

Well I pulled the trigger

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Great Shot, Paul!

lake nokomisWe've looked at hundreds of great photos from Saturday's Life Time Fitness Triathlon. This artsy fartsy shot, taken by the gifted Paul Phillips, is one of our faves. It appears also in the Triathlete Magazine online photo galley and, of course, on Paul's great website.

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There are other great shots on the next page and links to various galleries can be found on page two of the original race coverage story (Life Time Fitness Stuff....)

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Elysian & Graniteman Stuff...

todd* Brett Lovaas, whose name is sometimes lewdly mispronounced, picked up his first win of the season at the umteenth Elysian Triathlon on Saturday. Last year's ET champ Todd Landgraff, whose name is rarely mispronounced and is enjoying a breakout season in 2010, finished 2nd only 10 seconds behind Mr. Lah-vass' (phonetic pronunciation with accent). Jackie Pribyl, whose last name is slightly vowel-starved (an ethnic deal), was the women's champion. Almost 300 athletes participated in this year's event. RESULTS

* Facebook Photo: L-R - A girl, Todd Landgraff and a tree.

* The nubile Nikki Bergh--she's getting married to her high school sweetheart in December--is a lovely person, a fine athlete, a paragon of pedagogy and totally cute...

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