Triathlon is no sweat for Fenty

May 2007
Hill;5/22/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 61, p16
The article focuses on the participation of Washington D.C. Mayor Adrian Fenty with his security agents in the Columbian Triathlon in Columbia, Maryland on May 20, 2007. According to the official race results that the mayor has finished the toughest triathlons on the East Coast that includes swimming, cycling of hilly and technical bike and running a blistering with the final leg.


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