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Unread 03-11-2015, 09:39 AM
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Some thrilling stuff here. Returning from My Layoff
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Unread 03-11-2015, 10:37 AM
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We want food details. All mongolian everything.
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Ever had any interest in running?

Running always struck me as a very accessible sport with low barriers to entry (barring physical ones) and lots of opportunities to race. One thing there is no shortage of is local 5k/10k/whatever races. There's a pretty decent social aspect to it as well.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NVvwnq7QFEg

I've got midget legs. Terrible runner. Despise it. So no.

I could race bikes weekly in Austin. No interest in that either right now.
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I mean, are we just suggesting competitive sports that Lyle can develop maniacal training programs for? I vote biathalon. Or maybe a warm-weather, urban biathlon variant for in-line skates.
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I mean, are we just suggesting competitive sports that Lyle can develop maniacal training programs for? I vote biathalon. Or maybe a warm-weather, urban biathlon variant for in-line skates.
IFOCE is my future.
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I vote bicycle racing. Then we can geek out on W', TSB, and the like.

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I'd rather geek out on hot dogs consumed/minute
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I know you're probably kidding about the competitive eating but there's an eating contest by you on March 15th. I found it on eatfeats
https://m.facebook.com/events/1542752455985563/
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Not enough time to train adequately.
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