Cambridge Multi-Sport scholarships announced

MAY 9TH 2016

CAMBRIDGE, MD – Today, Cambridge Multi Sport announced the recipients of its 2016 student scholarship awards. The students receiving the 2016 awards are Austin Loeffler of North Dorchester High School and from Cambridge-South Dorchester High School, Patrick Geleta.

Student athletes were selected on the basis of Grade Point Average, number of years they participated in one or more of the Triathlon disciplines (swimming, biking, running) and their answers to several questions about their healthy lifestyle, their community involvement and any obstacles they had to overcome to achieve their goals.

The CMS student scholarship awards are worth $1,000 each. Mr. Geleta plans to attend University of Maryland and Mr. Loeffler plans to attend Virginia Tech.

The awards were presented on May 9th 2016 at an IronClub MD Kick Off event, unveiling the medal sculpture of the IRONMAN “M-DOT” and celebrating the impact the sport of triathlon has on the local Dorchester County community.

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Frank Narr (right) presents Austin Loeffler (left) with the 2016 CMS student scholarship award. Photo: Jill Jasuta.

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Lynn Geleta (right) accepts award on behalf of her son Patrick Geleta from Dean Goodwin (left). CMS President Michael Keene looks on (middle). Photo: Jill Jasuta.

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Training – the big picture

Training is training, exercise is exercise.  Know the difference.  Training is purposeful exercise that gets you prepared for an event.  Each session of training should have a purpose to what you are trying to accomplish, or you should not do it.  Currently many athletes in the area of Cambridge, Maryland (and many beyond the region) have their eye on the prize of simply crossing the finish line of Eagleman 70.3 and for a select few their sights are set on a podium finish.  Get to the number 1 spot in your age group and you are Kona bound.  A podium finish at Eman is a lofty goal, a really REALLY tough lofty goal.  A brief passing thought often pushed to the side when it comes to actually preparing for it properly.  To get to the top of this stellar field of competitors can take a few years of preparation.   There is nothing magical about being the best you can be, it just takes a little planning, a LOT of commitment and consistency, and many days of sticking to the plan when you just don’t want to do it! .. then sucking it up on race day and giving  your absolute best no matter what the day throws at you.  So…what are you doing today?


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