Archive for October, 2012

First 2013 Member List!

Thursday, October 25th, 2012

                                                                                                               2013  CNY Triathlon Club Members

Lisa Baker
elizabeth baker
Leo Berman
Donna Boots
Patrick Conboy
Trina Dattler
John Ders
Mark Donnelly
Michele Donnelly
Jaelyn Donnelly
Christina El Bayadi
Molly English-Bowers
Sarah Feola
Lauri Francis
Mary Gajewski
Dan Ganley
Tanya Gesek
John Goodson
Kareen Goodson
Corrinne Guadagnolo
Eric Hinman
Maribeth Homa
Mike Joyner
Charles Keller
Jennifer LaGrange
Mack Lemmon
Erica Liberatore
Jeffery Maher
Michelle Michlovitch
James II Mirra
Alexander Mirra
James Mirra
Ginny O’Connor
Marcia Prignon
Kate Prignon
Mary Ryan
Shawn Ryan
Sean severance
melissa severance
kiana Severance
cole severance
Michael Sherman
John Snell
Debra Snell
Thomas Stern
Gary Stevens
Jessica Sweeney
Kevin Visconti
caryle zipprich
mark zipprich

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Thursday, October 18th, 2012

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Thursday, October 18th, 2012

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Event Details 2014

Wednesday, October 10th, 2012

 Easy Registration

2014 Cazenovia Triathlon & Aquabike Registration is Open!

Register online today through Score-This!

 

REGISTRATION

ALL RACERS must pick up his or her own race packet & also must present a picture ID and USAT license (if a USAT member) at pick up time.

Relay Teams: Each member must show photo ID (and USAT license) before the team is able to pick up packet. Each team member has to individually go to packet pickup & present picture ID.

No refunds or transfers allowed.

 

PACKET PICK UP

We’ll do early packet pickup on Friday (3 – 7 pm) and Saturday (10 am – 2 pm) at the Winter Training Facility located in Shoppingtown Mall. We are in the Dick’s – Sears wing of the mall downstairs. Otherwise, packets can be picked up at the park on Sunday morning starting at 6 am. Early pickup is preferred.

 

RULES

The Caz Tri will be raced & officiated under USAT rules.

Use of Ipods, MP3 Players or any audio devices of any kind during races is strictly prohibited.

 

PARKING

There will be limited parking for participants at Lakeside Park and will be on a first come first serve basis. If parking at Lakeside Park you will not be allowed to leave until 11:00 a.m. All others will be directed to park at the next available location in the following order:

– Cazenovia High School parking lot- 800 feet south of the park

– Caz College’s Schneeweiss Gymnasium- 800 yards form the park (from East Lake Rd (aka Forman) turn east on Green St
(parallel to Emory St & next to school / parkway) to a left on Liberty St. straight to the Gym parking lot.

– No parking on East Lake Road or Forman street at any time.

 

Athlete Race Day Details

6:15 – 7:30 Registration Packet Pick up open (bring ID & USAT Card)

6:30 Transition opens.  Body marking begins.

7:30 Athlete meeting at Transition

7:30 Transition area closed to all athletes

7:50 Intermediate Swim “Count In”. Final reminders at water

8:00 INTERMEDIATE TRIATHLON

8:30 SPRINT RACE BEGINS

11:30 Awards & Post-Race Festivities

Course Details

Wednesday, October 10th, 2012

Swim

Wetsuits are allowed up to and including 78 degrees F.

Each race will start in four groups (wave start), with the faster swimmers seeded in the earlier waves (please be realistic in your seed time submitted with your race application, there is no wave switching race morning).  Competitors must wear the swim cap that will be supplied at check-in.

 

Bike

Sprint Course:  Main entrance to the park, and exit the park, turning LEFT.  The first 1/2-mile is flat, followed by a RIGHT turn on Hoffman St. and up a challenging 1/4-mile climb to turn LEFT on Ridge Road.  On Ridge Rd, you will face a gradual climb followed by rolling hills for 5 miles. Quick LEFT will occur after a short but steep downhill grade, then flat to the halfway point.  After turning left on East Lake Rd. the return will be rolling to flat road coming back to the transition area in the park to start the run.

 

Intermediate Course: Course closely follows 2 loops of the Sprint course: From the park: left on E. Lake Rd., right on Hoffman Rd, left on Ridge Rd., left on E. Lake, left on Chard Rd. (instead of Hoffman), left on Ridge Rd., left on E. Lake, right into the park.

 

Maps will be in transition race morning.

 

Each contestant is responsible for repair/maintenance of his/her bike.  No support vehicles are on the course.

 

Run

Run course is an out and back through the village of Cazenovia, one loop for each race distance (not a double loop for the Intermediate 10k). Aid stations will be setup along the run course, with water & Hammer Nutrition Products, at the first quarter mile, 1.5 & 2.5 mile mark (approx.). Runners will pass these stations twice for the Intermediate race so you’ll have 6 stations for the Int & 4 for the Sprint.

Course Map

cazenovia-triathlon-map.pdf

2011-caztri-transition-plan.pdf



2013 Caz Tri – Lakeside Park map – transition and other details
 



2013 Caz Tri – Swim warm up map 

All courses will be GPS’d and spray chalked in mid July. Race day will see volunteers and timing mats or number recorders at turnarounds.

Contact Information

Wednesday, October 10th, 2012

 

general help
→ caz-help@cnytriathlon.org

organizational & management questions
→ cazdirector@cnytriathlon.org

volunteering opportunities
→ cazvolunteers@cnytriathlon.org
online Volunteer Form

questions about the web site
→ webmaster@cnytriathlon.org

Mimi Satter

Monday, October 1st, 2012

Name:  Mimi Satter 

  

 

Tell us about yourself.  

I moved to Syracuse in 1980 to work for a law firm.  I met my husband, Terry Mundy, and we had three daughters, all of whom are now adults, although somehow still in school.  (Julia is a PhD student at Cornell; Lily is in med school in NYC; and Rosa will get her BA in Dec.)  We live on Frank Long Rd in Pompey, known to really serious bikers, which is just off Sweet Road and one-half mile from the 70.3 bike route.  I am no longer with the firm I moved here to join, now practicing labor and employment law on the union/employee side in a small, athlete/family-friendly firm I helped create.

How long have you been involved in Triathlon and what made you take it up? 

I did the swim leg of Green Lakes in 1998 at the request of a neighbor. For the rest of the story, see the section below on my real first race.

Who is your Hero/heroine?    All the women who have done Iron and Gillie Girls as first timers, accomplishing far more than they ever dreamed possible.

What is your athletic background?

I grew up in the pre-Title 9 era, with no scholastic sports teams for girls. I swam during the summer on a town rec team until I was 14 and that was it.  I have always ridden a bike and started bike commuting (due to lack of a car or public transit) when I went to law school in DC.

 

What are your Triathlon strengths and weaknesses?

I say often that my greatest strength is being old.  There are just not that many women in the 60+ age group.  In fact in the 2012 Syracuse 70.3, I could say I won and lost, as the only woman in my age group.  I am also a confident swimmer.  I am slow compared to my Masters group, but pretty decent among triathletes; and I trust I can swim almost any distance in open water.  I used to say running was my weakness, but I think I have become pretty even in running and biking.

What was your first triathlon and what do you remember most? In 1998 my neighbor Kim asked if I would do the swim leg of Green Lakes.  She would bike and Susan would run.  I trained as if for the Olympics, fearful I would be the weak link of the threesome.  After doing my piece and while waiting for Kim and Susan to finish, I decided to do the full race the next year.

Five months later I was diagnosed with breast cancer.  I had three operations and was well into chemotherapy when, because I participated on a team in 1998, I received a registration form for Green Lakes.  Initially I thought it was one more thing I could not do because of the cancer – but then it occurred to me that I had the perfect excuse for being slow. So I registered, hoping I would feel up to it, and I started to train.  I ran/biked early in the AM around my neighborhood for 2 weeks, took off a week for chemo and to recover somewhat and then started over on the training.  The chemo ended 3 weeks before the race.  I have no idea what my time was nor if I was really last.  I know only that a kind woman talked me through the run and I finished – proud, strong and feeling totally victorious.

 

What is your favorite race and why?  The Syracuse 70.3 in 2010 because I did it with my sister.  It was a real challenge for both of us.  Janie lives in Chapel Hill, NC.  All summer we exchanged training emails and anxiety.  She came up for the race and more anxiety.  Janie is a much faster swimmer, but I caught up with her in Fabius. (After all, we were biking “my” hills and neighborhood.)  We biked the final 40 miles and did all the run together, literally crossing the finish line holding hands.  Then we collapsed.

 

What was your worst race and why? 

A women’s half marathon in Central Park several springs ago.  I trained all winter here – in snow, cold and ice.  It was 90 degrees for the race.  I am totally heat-phobic when it comes to running and had a miserable time. It also did not help that I tripped in the first mile, trying to run too fast.  Moral: Always run your race at your pace.

What are this year’s goals?

To finally do some weight training.

 

In five years you hope to …

Still be racing and having fun.

Something most people don’t know about you:

I am pretty domestic.  I have a large vegetable garden and grow as much as possible of our food.  I can tomatoes and raspberry jam, grow sprouts and make my own yogurt and granola (my race morning breakfast!).  I make a fabulous raspberry pie, quite tasty apple pie and all our ice cream.  I knit and sew.

October 2012 : Issue 44

Monday, October 1st, 2012
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CNY Triathlon Club Newsletter
CNY Triathlon Club, Inc. | P.O. Box 434 | Dewitt, NY 13214
www.cnytriathlon.org 
October 2012 – Issue 44
In This Issue
Kona Viewing Party
CNY Tri on the Podium
Member Profile
Quick Links

Board Meeting

Our Board Meetings are now held the second Sunday of each month at 6 pm.

Odd Months (January, March …) are held at Cicero (Circle Dr), Panera Bread.
Even Months (February, April …) are held at Dewitt (Erie Blvd), Panera Bread.
If you are interested in attending, please contact a board member directly or email the board at executiveboard <at> cnytriathlon.org
We would love to have you participate!

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The Bike Loft
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The Bikery
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Endurance Monster

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www.flrtc.com

 


Fleet Feet Sports Syracuse
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Genufix
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Lake Effect Run Club

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Multisport
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National Aqua Service
National Aquatic Service
www.nationalaquatics.com

 

Onondaga Cycling
Onondaga Cycling Club
www.onondagacyclingclub.org

 

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Syracuse Bicycle
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T2 Multisport

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2012 Board Members

Bridget Lichtinger, President

president@cnytriathlon.org

 

Deborah Armstrong, Vice President

vicepresident@cnytriathlon.org

 

Jill Poniros, Treasurer

treasurer@cnytriathlon.org

 

John Ricker,  Secretary 

secretary@cnytriathlon.org

 

Deborah Armstrong, Vice President

Volunteer Director

volunteers@cnytriathlon.org

  

Stacey Keefe

Membership

membership@cnytriathlon.org 

 

Dave Knaebel

Equipment Manager

equipment@cnytriathlon.org

  

Jim Mirra

Jamesville Event Co-Director

jamesville@cnytraithlon.org

 

Kristin Mullally

Oneida Shores Event Co-Director

oneidashores@cnytriathlon.org

 

Andy Degati

Oneida Shores Event Co-Director

oneidashores@cnytriathlon.org

 

Rich O’Neil

Race Volunteer Coordinator

volunteers@cnytriathlon.org

Sean Severance

Board Member 

 

Mike Gasparek

Board Member

 

Debbie Sindone

Newsletter Editor 

newsletter@cnytriathlon.org

All members of the Executive Board can be reached at:

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Letter from the President 

Thank you to everyone that has taken our end-of-year survey.  Your feedback is extremely important to us.  The survey helps the executive board address issues, create new programming, etc.  If you haven’t taken the survey, please take a few moments to do so! 

We are excited to announce that the Winter Training Facility (WTF) located in the Shoppingtown Mall will be opening November 5, 2012.
The CNY Triathlon Club Winter Training Facility is available for use free of charge to current members of the CNY Triathlon Club.
The CNY Triathlon Club Winter Training Facility (WTF) provides a unique venue for winter time training. The WTF is located in the corridor between Dick’s Sporting Goods and Sears in Shoppingtown Mall. The space is equipped with 50 Kurt Kinetic trainers, sound system, two large screen video monitors, CD/DVD player and even a disco ball (not kidding).  Bring your bike, mat, towel and water bottle for an awesome workout!
We will be updating the calendar and website this month as we confirm classes.  Classes and times are subject to change.  However, here is what is scheduled so far:
Monday 6:00 p.m. –  Sam Sampere will take you through your paces in his cycling class.  Be ready to sweat. A lot.

 

Tuesday 6:00 p.m. – Bridget Lichtinger is back to teaching her unique yoga/strength class. It is beginner friendly and fun!

Wednesday 6:00 p.m. – Rich O’Neil will guide you through the Spinerval’s program!  We have great Spinerval DVD’s that give a great workout.
Thursday 6:00 p.m. – Maureen Kenyon is a cycling instructor at Aspen and will be doing a kick butt class on Thursday’s for members!
For more information on the WTF and classes go to http://cnytriathlon.org/winter-training-facility/
If you would like to volunteer to lead a class let us know!
Look forward to seeing you at the WTF!
Bridget Lichtinger
President

Board Meeting
 

The October Board of Directors meeting will be held

at 6:00 PM at Panera Bread, Dewitt on Sunday, October 14th.  

 

If you are interested in attending, email the board at:

executiveboard <at> cnytriathlon.org

Kona Viewing Party
 

Come join us to watch the most exciting race on the planet! Kona!

The event will be held at Laci’s Tapas Bar on October 27 from 3 p.m. – 7 p.m.  You MUST RSVP to president@cnytriathlon.org by October, 22nd.  This event is open to current club members.  A max of 30 people can attend and spots are filling fast, so RSVP quickly if you are interested in attending.

Food will be served, but bring some cash for drinks.

 

CNY Tri on the Podium!

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If you have a result that you would like included here, please email your results to 

secretary <at> cnytriathlon.org

  

    • Randy Hadzor
    • 2012 Powerman Zofingen, Long Distance Duathlon World Championships : Zofingen, Switzerland 
    • 5th in 25-29 M, 13th overall in open (10k 150k 30k : 07:21.55)
2012 Standard Distance ITU Duathlon World Championships : Nancy, France 5th in the 25-29 Male AG race (10k 40k 10k : 01:56:02)
First US finisher of all age groupers in both of these worlds races
 
Bob Hadzor
70.3 World Championship, Las Vegas
6th in 60-64 M

Member Profile

Name:  Mimi Satter 

 

 

Tell us about yourself.  

I moved to Syracuse in 1980 to work for a law firm.  I met my husband, Terry Mundy, and we had three daughters, all of whom are now adults, although somehow still in school.  (Julia is a PhD student at Cornell; Lily is in med school in NYC; and Rosa will get her BA in Dec.)  We live on Frank Long Rd in Pompey, known to really serious bikers, which is just off Sweet Road and one-half mile from the 70.3 bike route.  I am no longer with the firm I moved here to join, now practicing labor and employment law on the union/employee side in a small, athlete/family-friendly firm I helped create.

How long have you been involved in Triathlon and what made you take it up?  

I did the swim leg of Green Lakes in 1998 at the request of a neighbor. For the rest of the story, see the section below on my real first race. 

Who is your Hero/heroine?    All the women who have done Iron and Gillie Girls as first timers, accomplishing far more than they ever dreamed possible. 

 

What is your athletic background?

I grew up in the pre-Title 9 era, with no scholastic sports teams for girls. I swam during the summer on a town rec team until I was 14 and that was it.  I have always ridden a bike and started bike commuting (due to lack of a car or public transit) when I went to law school in DC.

What are your Triathlon strengths and weaknesses?

I say often that my greatest strength is being old.  There are just not that many women in the 60+ age group.  In fact in the 2012 Syracuse 70.3, I could say I won and lost, as the only woman in my age group.  I am also a confident swimmer.  I am slow compared to my Masters group, but pretty decent among triathletes; and I trust I can swim almost any distance in open water.  I used to say running was my weakness, but I think I have become pretty even in running and biking.

What was your first triathlon and what do you remember most? In 1998 my neighbor Kim asked if I would do the swim leg of Green Lakes.  She would bike and Susan would run.  I trained as if for the Olympics, fearful I would be the weak link of the threesome.  After doing my piece and while waiting for Kim and Susan to finish, I decided to do the full race the next year.

Five months later I was diagnosed with breast cancer.  I had three operations and was well into chemotherapy when, because I participated on a team in 1998, I received a registration form for Green Lakes.  Initially I thought it was one more thing I could not do because of the cancer – but then it occurred to me that I had the perfect excuse for being slow. So I registered, hoping I would feel up to it, and I started to train.  I ran/biked early in the AM around my neighborhood for 2 weeks, took off a week for chemo and to recover somewhat and then started over on the training.  The chemo ended 3 weeks before the race.  I have no idea what my time was nor if I was really last.  I know only that a kind woman talked me through the run and I finished – proud, strong and feeling totally victorious. 

What is your favorite race and why?  The Syracuse 70.3 in 2010 because I did it with my sister.  It was a real challenge for both of us.  Janie lives in Chapel Hill, NC.  All summer we exchanged training emails and anxiety.  She came up for the race and more anxiety.  Janie is a much faster swimmer, but I caught up with her in Fabius. (After all, we were biking “my” hills and neighborhood.)  We biked the final 40 miles and did all the run together, literally crossing the finish line holding hands.  Then we collapsed.   

What was your worst race and why? 

A women’s half marathon in Central Park several springs ago.  I trained all winter here – in snow, cold and ice.  It was 90 degrees for the race.  I am totally heat-phobic when it comes to running and had a miserable time. It also did not help that I tripped in the first mile, trying to run too fast.  Moral: Always run your race at your pace.

What are this year’s goals?

To finally do some weight training.

 

In five years you hope to …

Still be racing and having fun.

 

Something most people don’t know about you:

I am pretty domestic.  I have a large vegetable garden and grow as much as possible of our food.  I can tomatoes and raspberry jam, grow sprouts and make my own yogurt and granola (my race morning breakfast!).  I make a fabulous raspberry pie, quite tasty apple pie and all our ice cream.  I knit and sew.

About the CNY Tri Club

 

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The CNY Triathlon Club is a volunteer organization operated and led by members of the club and supported by its members and sponsors.

 

CNY Triathlon Club was formed in January 2000 to bring together people in the Central New York area to strengthen and advance the sport of triathlon, promote the educational pursuit of the triathlon and general physical fitness, represent the sport of triathlon within the community, and to publish and disseminate information related to the sport of triathlon.

A Note from the Editor…
 

If any club member would like to contribute to our newsletter or help in editing and arranging it each month, contact me at newsletter <at> cnytriathlon.org  

 

Debbie Sindone
Publisher & Editor
CNY Triathlon Club, Inc.

P.O. Box 434
Dewitt, New York 13214

 

 
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