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The warming weather is a sure sign the Los Alamos Triatomics are getting into full swing for the year and one of the group’s signature events is right around the corner.
The Triatomics are a local multi-sport and fitness group which is committed to giving its members opportunities to train for competitive multi-sport events.
During the spring is when things usually get going for the group. Already this spring, it has hosted a swimming clinic and a pair of training “bricks” for the upcoming Atomic Man Duathlon.
“We do whatever interests people,” said the Triatomics’ Bill Dunn. “We polled people to find out what they wanted to do. We have a lot of serious competitors, then we have others like me that, if I finish in the top half of my age group, that’s pretty good for me.”
The Triatomics boast about 60 active members who take part in the many events the group holds throughout the year.
The Atomic Man, which is slated for April 29, is a run-bike-run event that starts in White Rock and heads toward Bandelier National Monument and back on NM 4.
Despite the construction on NM 4, the race will feature its normal course – little of the course goes through construction sites.
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