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Triathlete. Singer. Choreographer. State champion? Kailand Cosgrove is in the hunt.
By JOE SMITH
Published November 9, 2006
FORT MYERS - Kailand Cosgrove blushes, her Pippi Longstocking-like ponytails flapping in the wind.
The Tarpon Springs sophomore, having just cruised to a region title Saturday morning, embraces admirers with an "aw-shucks" attitude.
"You're my hero," one opposing runner said. "Wow."
Cosgrove, a competitive triathlete, shrugs off her spectacular rookie season, one in which she has claimed district and region titles and is a contender to complete the sweep Saturday at the state meet in Dade City.
"It's been so unexpected," said Cosgrove, who has clocked the county's top time 18 minutes, 34 seconds. "It's cool, though."
With Cosgrove, it's all about expecting the unexpected.