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NEK — Attitude. When the beginning of a 24 hours multi-discipline race involves paddling into a steady if not howling headwind, endurance athletes say attitude trumps athleticism and most everything else.

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LITTLETON – The Ironman Triathlon combines three sports consecutively – a 2.4 mile swim, 112 miles of cycling, followed by a full marathon (26.2 miles). Ironman Lake Placid is one of the toughest courses in the Ironman series due to its grueling terrain, with over 6,000 ft. of elevation gained on the bike course alone. The Ironman is considered one of the most challenging single-day sporting events in the world.

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ST. JOHNSBURY — There’s a trail sign near the parking area of the Town Forest noting “NO biking” that will have to change.