Ben Bigglestone has been a triathlon coach for over ten years and has been competing for over 20 dating back to his days in Leeds, U.K. He is a true tri-geek in the best possible way. He coaches, he runs the VO2 max tri team, he owns the VO2 Performance Center in Bellevue (with his triathlon competing wife Cindy) and he’s worked in the industry for Blue Seventy and TYR. Bigglestone has participated in countless triathlons from po-dunk little sprints to a couple appearances in the World Ironman Championships in Kona. His 9:43 time at Ironman Canada in 2005 was a highlight of his long carrier, but he’s just as proud of his win at the Troika Half that same year.
Another year, another Seattle Marathon title for Uli Steidl.
The 41-year-old Seattle resident won the annual race for the 10th time Sunday, finishing the course in 2 hours, 32 minutes, and 24 seconds. Shortsightedly, perhaps, race officials assigned Steidl No. 9 on his racing bib. (photo) ERIKA SCHULTZ / The Seattle Times
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TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – Ending a drought of fifteen years, junior Aaron Nelson completed one of the best seasons ever by a Husky men’s distance runner today, powering over the sloppy, muddy 10,000-meters of muck at the LaVern Gibson Championship Course for a 20th-place finish. Following Nelson’s All-American performance, the 20th-ranked Husky women’s team turned in a solid team effort to improve on their ranking coming in and finish 17th overall despite some unfortunate spills.
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