Monday, May 11, 2009

Pool to Path Aquathon - You Should Totally Race It!

Calling all Calgary area athletes! Angie, Richelle and Team Tri Life are organizing the Pool to Path Aquathon in Cochrane on June 7th. It is a 500m pool swim followed by a 5K run. You can find all the details here. Just scroll down to the bottom of the page and e-mail Angie or Richelle for an entry form.

I'll be racing, and I hope to see you guys out there too!
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Sigh...it is really hard to catch up on blogs and watch a hockey game at the same time and I am so sad that the Canucks are out of the playoffs after this evening. Such a heavy heart... :( I'm trying to catch up, but you guys are such prolific writers!

9 comments:

Melanie Tait (Mel Tries to Run) said...

Leana that sounds very very cool.

Love that you're coming to Aus for NYE! We'll have to catch up for a run.

I can introduce you to some of those cute, single guys! Mel x

teacherwoman said...

The Pool to Path Aquathon sounds fun! Sorry to hear about your Canucks.

Missy said...

Aquathon and aquabike are really gaining popularity...who knew?!

Hockey season is goooood!

Mel-2nd Chances said...

Sorry about the Canucks :(

Brooke said...

sounds like my kind of race! I am so intrigued by tris but darn it I just can't get past the fact that I hate biking!

Marlene said...

Oooh, sounds fun! Too bad I'm not closer - you wouldn't catch me competing, but I could cheer everyone on!

lindsay said...

sounds like a cool event! wish there were mutli-sport opportunities down here :-/

i never seem to be caught up on all my blog readings... as soon as i get my reader down to 10 it shoots back up to 40. i enjoy it of course, but sometimes i feel like all i do is work, run, and read blogs! :)

Sonia said...

As strange as it seems I don't enjoy biking all that much and I use to want racing aquathon and would never find them! I finally got into tris anyway... lol

RoadBunner said...

This sounds like a fun event. I wish there were more things around here that used a pool for the swimming vs. lakes and oceans of death.