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Just Tri It!

Just Tri It!

January 5, 2015

As you contemplate your New Year’s Resolution, consider taking inspiration from amateur triathlete Dan Stubleski.   While you contemplate your New Year’s Resolutions, consider taking inspiration from Dan Stubleski, who didn’t run, swim or bike competitively until he took up triathlons four years ago at age 34. Although he now rides with a local team […]

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Q&A with Apolo Ohno

Q&A with Apolo Ohno

October 8, 2014

You know him as a world-class athlete and eight-time Olympic medalist and speedskater (and possibly even from Dancing with the Stars), what about as a triathlete? Only Kona will tell.  You know his face: brown eyes, the soul patch and signature wavy hair with the bandana tied around his head. Apolo Ohno is a global […]

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Bachelorettes Gone Wild

Bachelorettes Gone Wild

September 22, 2014

Part Two Question: How did this not so average bachelorette party come about? Kara: This is 100% Cody’s idea. Don’t let her blame it on me. She came up with the idea and we all kind of ignored it at first…but she’s not someone who likes to be ignored. After hearing about it for a […]

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Tyler McCandless’s Balancing Act

Tyler McCandless’s Balancing Act

August 22, 2014

With the Olympic Marathon Trials and finishing his Ph.D both on the horizon, Tyler McCandless talks to us about balancing work, running and his drive to give back to the people of Kauai.   As the 2014 Kauai Marathon and Half Marathon approaches (it takes place August 31), we caught up with Newton runner, Tyler McCandless, […]

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Going the Distance

Going the Distance

July 25, 2014

Brenda Guajardo is not your typical runner. But then again, most people who thrive in races that average 100 miles on the road, are not your every day runner. The Texas native, who has a 100-mile PR of 16:33, has had top finishes at the Spartathlon Ultra Race (153 miles) in Greece and California’s Badwater Ultramarathon […]

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Keeping up with Sugarland guitarist, Thad Beaty

Keeping up with Sugarland guitarist, Thad Beaty

July 15, 2014

When a health crisis hit his family, Newton Ambassador Thad Beaty, began to move his musical life toward new ways that mattered.   Thad Beaty loves music. Always has. When the guitar player for the country band Sugarland, is not on the road, he’s in Nashville working at his day job, Sorted Noise, producing songs for […]

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