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St. Anthony's Triathlon

By Times staff writer

© St. Petersburg Times, published April 22, 2001


WHAT: A weekend of triathlons for professionals and amateurs.

WHEN: PRO -- women, noon Saturday; men, 2:30 Saturday. MEEK & MIGHTY (novices and youth) -- 15-and-older, 8 a.m. Saturday; ages 11-14, 9 a.m. Saturday; ages 7-10, 10 a.m. Saturday. AGE GROUPS -- 7:30 a.m., Sunday.

WHERE: Pro and age group start at The Pier, St. Petersburg. Meek & Mighty starts at North Shore Pool, 901 North Shore Drive, St. Petersburg.

COURSE: PRO AND AGE GROUPS -- Olympic distances, .9-mile swim, 24.8-mile bike, 6.2-mile run. MEEK & MIGHTY -- Ages 11 and older, run 1 mile, bike 5.4 miles, swim 200 yards; ages 7-10, run 1 mile, bike 3.6 miles, swim 100 yards.

AT STAKE: Pros compete for $60,000 purse and International Triathlon Union points in World Cup series. Overall and age group awards presented in other categories.

REGISTRATION: Closed for pro and amateur (age group) events. Call (727) 825-1271 for Meek & Mighty registration ($40).

INFORMATION: Call (727) 825-1271, e-mail Triathlon@Baycare.org or visit http://www.stanthonys.com/triathlon.

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