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Tag: lazyman triathlon
  • Team Schriever members excel during Lazyman Triathlon

    The 50th Force Support Squadron’s 18th annual Lazyman Triathlon presented a physical and mental challenge for Team Schriever members in February.
  • Lazyman Triathlon runs through February

    The 18th annual Schriever Lazyman Triathlon kicked off Feb. 1, and Seth Cannello, 50th Force Support Squadron fitness and sports director, warns, “Don’t let the name fool you.”Though Cannello said this triathlon is considered a “lazy” approach to completing an Ironman –participants have 29 days to complete the challenge as opposed to the
  • Lazyman Triathlon adds new challenges, extends until summer

    The 17th annual Schriever Air Force Base Lazyman Triathlon begins Feb. 1. One hundred twenty-seven Airmen have signed up to complete 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bicycle ride and 26.2 mile run, the equivalent of an Ironman Triathlon in the month of February.
  • First time Lazyman competitor breaks Schriever record

    Master Sgt. Pete Aronson, fight chief of engineering with the 19th Space Operations Squadron, beat the previous Lazyman Triathlon record of finishing in three days during his debut involvement. Aronson finished in 19 hours and 45 minutes.
  • Lazyman triathlon to encourage exercise, vary workouts

    Twenty-eight Schriever Airmen have signed up for the annual Lazyman Triathlon beginning Feb. 1. This is the 16th consecutive year the Schriever Air Force Base Fitness Center has hosted this competition.

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