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  • A blast from the past - is it the Jerky Boys? Nope, it's Scott and Brian from Jersey (their last names have been withheld to protect the innocent) - alumnists from the class of '95. The question remains, "Who's the cue ball in the middle?"

    Just when you think you're the only one who trains hard. Every morning, Olympic kayakers can be seen training on Mirror Lake. Talk about poetry in motion - Team USA K2 from the rear.

    That swimmer's lucky he / she wasn't there about 15-seconds earlier! athletes at the Wednesday morning swim. Ironman USA Program athletes Bob Cene (Ohio - Bob's also a two-time camp alumnist - most recently a graduate of the Boulder Ironman Camp), Greg Pressler-sp? of tri-DRS fame (Oregon), Thomas Noel (Kentucky).

    Bob Cene, Greg Pressler - sp?, and Thomas Noel showing the reason they're doing Ironman USA . . . yup, it's 'cause of their huge biceps!


    It's Beginning to Feel Like an Ironman Race

    Tuesday and Wednesday were still relatively calm. The Athlete Village opened at noon today and more bikes could be seen on the road but there's still very few athletes in town. Pros we've seen so far include: Canadian Melissa Spooner, top swimmer Andrea Fisher, and newly crowned Canadian Olympic distance champion, Jamie Cleveland (no he's not racing I-man USA). We'll begin to see the rest of them in the next two days. Point your browser to for interviews with athletes and live coverage on race day.