A Title IX champion ‘ahead of his time’
Lou Reale and his players at the time made a splash in 2001.
Tom Eickelberg, who’s 26, covered the course in 1 hour, 3 minutes, and 22 seconds
The winner has set his sights on next year’s world half-Ironman championships in Australia.
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East Hampton’s women’s A team won among its peers for the third straight time
“it looks like we’ll have between 25 and 30 on the varsity and on the junior varsity this fall.”
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The 10-time American Federation of Martial Arts grand champion and his wife have over the years trained champions in karate, boxing, kung fu, and jujitsu
Jacquie Gettling, a former four-time New York State champion in forms, and her husband, Tom, a 10-time American Federation of Martial Arts grand champion, first met at the Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreational Center when he began teaching karate there in the late 1970s.
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“The whole park was on edge.”
Not so fast: Tucker Genovesi put the tag on a would-be Moriches Bay scorer in the early going of last Thursday’s District 36 semifinal here.
Raised money for Swim Across America and for Fighting Chance
Among Saturday’s younger entrants were Maggie Purcell, Carly Drew, and Lilah Minetree, Y.M.C.A. Hurricanes teammates.
Sophia Taylor of New York City, a Montauk lifeguard, she won the 1-miler. Her twin brother Griffin won the 5K. Jack Graves
Members of MuvStrong fitness studio team, who wore pink Speedos, raised $6,500 to go to Swim Across America's cancer fighting fund in the name of Drew Birdsall, a five-year-old who has leukemia. From left, Connie Askin, Gordon Trotter, Mike Gaynor, Kerry Gaynor and Mike Delalio.Jack Graves