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"HANSVILLE - Bill Juzwiak just moved to Silverdale from Philadelphia, and has never competed in a triathlon before. But he came out to a drizzly Buck Lake Park on Sunday anyway, ready to compete in the second annual Olympics triathlon. I swim a lot, I run a lot, and I just bought a bike, Juzwiak said. So I thought, what the heck. Juzwiak did well, finishing twenty-ninth among the more than 80 competitors who showed up at Buck Lake Park Sunday morning, as well as a crowd of family, friends, fans, and the occasional dog. This is the first year for a kid's race, too, so children could be seen jogging across the park, mirroring their (usually) more serious counterparts from the adult world. This is the second year for the event, which features a 750 meter swim in Buck Lake, a 30 kilometer bike ride through the streets of Hansville, and a five kilometer run through the park and roads around it. Kevin Lynch, a triathlon enthusiast and supporter who began the event last year, said 66 people signed up last year, 83 this year ... and that's not counting the 15 kids in the kids' race. Lynch has been running triathlons for 10 years, beginning when he was an employee for the Department of Defense. Now Lynch spends most of his time setting up triathlons. It's what I do. It's my passion, he said."
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A member of Nilsen's Appliance waits for his pitch during a game against Critter Ridders Saturday.
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