Definition of triathlete
: an athlete who competes in a triathlon
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Four years ago, Shirin Gerami — then 24 — was on a quest to become Iran's first female triathlete.
Sunday was a day of competition for many professional and amateur triathletes, with nearly 1,500 participating in the Olympic-length race.
Triathletes will swim .25 of a mile in Tradewinds lake, bike 10 miles and run 3 miles around a two-loop course that will allow family and friends to cheer the athletes on.
For Bowman, a former triathlete, this turned into a weightlifting challenge, as any parent knows.
Velasquez lauded the turnout and the effort by the young triathletes.
This will likely be embraced by triathletes and other athletes who want to go from one workout to the next without stopping and saving over and over.
Back home in Pittsburgh, he was known in his circle as the triathlete, Karla said.
Now in its thirteenth year, the Publix Grandman Triathlon, hosted by Mobile Baykeeper, has become a premier destination for triathletes from around the Southeast and beyond.
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