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Aftershokz Not and Afterthought

These are the best thing since gluten-free sliced bread—bone conducting technology that lets me listen to music but still hear traffic. Read On.


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    Women's Health Fair

    Join doctors and professionals with Allied Physicians of Michiana on May 3 for Q&A and the chance to learn about many community resources for health & fitness. Read on.

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    Middle Masters, Unite!

    Take into account your running surface, your carbs and sodium and even your attitude if you are a Middle Master distance runner. Read on.

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    Ginger Barbeque Salmon

    From “Feed Zone Table, Family-Style Meals to Nourish Life & Sport,” (available at SpinZone) this recipe for BBQ salmon isn’t just for cyclists! Read on.

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    Race Directing 101: The T-Shirt Conundrum

    When choosing your event shirt, above all, you want the billboard equity that comes with a well-designed event shirt that participants will wear long after the race is over. Read on.

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    Cinco de Miles

    Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with Cinco de Miles—a 5K run on the Mishawaka Riverwalk. Festivity abounds, with great post-race food, decorations, awards and mariachi band to set the mood of the day! Read on.

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    Foamy Fun Run Comes to Michiana

    Michiana will experience its first bubbly fun walk/run with the Silver Mile Bubble Bash coming up May 5. It’s just good clean fun! Read on.

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– Lonnie Ali

 

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