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St. Andrews' Sprint Triathlon

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The picturesque campus of St. Andrews, forever immortalized in “Dead Poets Society,” hosted the 27th annual Paul Schlosser Memorial Triathlon last weekend. The sprint tri consisted of a quarter-mile swim in Noxontown Pond, a 16-mile bike course and a 2.9 mile trail run. Good weather and warm pond water benefited the nearly 200 participants, including this tri newbie, who enjoyed the experience so much, she’s already signed up for her next!

Photos courtesy of Wayne Kursh


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