The Week That Was 01/04 – 01/10

Faster As A Master – Goals Part 1 of 2 The importance of goal setting cannot be underestimated. Impossible dreams are accomplished when focusing on goals you can control. Many of our goals are unspoken, they are motivations just under the surface. It is important to get those goals out in the open.

The Week That Was 12/21 – 12/27 – Roseville’s John Rose Oval has good skating for all skill levels From May to September the site reopens as a skateboard park and inline-skating track. The entire Roseville Skating Center, which also includes an indoor ice rink and banquet hall, has an annual budget of just more than $1 million. Fees cover all

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The Week That Was 12/07 – 12/13

Springfield News-Leader – Local inline skaters fulfill need for speed Most people’s memories of roller rinks probably include snack bars, couples skate and disco balls. But the scene at Springfield Skateworld on Sunday looked more like an Olympic meet. Inline speed skaters from as far away as Tennessee, Texas and Louisiana made the trip for

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The Week That Was 11/30 – 12/06 – Immune control: 10 ways to stay healthy 1. Take care of yourself! “It’s all about prevention,” according to Glowney. Glowney and Bookwalter agree that means solid sleep, good nutrition, low stress, and training smart.

The Week That Was 11/09 – 11/15

MPC – Erin Jackson Controversy At Worlds There is a huge controversy surrounding the 1000M senior ladies race, after American Erin Jackson easily defeated all the competition to get the gold, unfortunately she was unfairly disqualified about 5 minutes later, supposedly by pushing a Korean girl into the ground. – Kiwi speedskater claims fourth

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The Week That Was 10/26 – 11/01

The Timaru Herald – Jones and Begg in dominant form Christchurch’s world junior contender Ollie Jones was impressive, taking 30 seconds off a long-standing 5000m record that was no longer a standard distance for men’s indoor national titles. Jones also dominated the other events. While not in full training, South Canterbury’s Nicole Begg was still able

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The Week That Was 10/19 – 10/25

Prensa Latina – Colombia Rushes Preparation to World Roller Speed Skating Tournament Colombia works at top speed with a short list of 32 athletes with a view to the World Skating Championships to be held from next November 7 in Rosario, Argentina. The group will travel today to the South American nation to give the

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The Week That Was 10/12 – 10/18

The Morning Call – Coopersburg’s Browne living full life of a world-class inline skater McKenzie Browne laced up her pink and red plastic Barbie skates in preparation for the 2003 SportsFest 5K race around Dieruff High School. Then 8 years old, McKenzie was ready to take on this new sport. Health AIM – Overcoming Your Fear of

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