A large turnout expected
Lori King, at right, shown with the well-known cold water long-distance swimmer Lynne Cox above, is expected to be one of the contestants in the Montauk Playhouse’s 5K ocean swim Saturday.
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The event, in its fifth year, began with a 300-yard bay swim, which was overseen by East Hampton Volunteer Ocean Rescue Squad members
I-Tri, as seen above, provides a support system in sport, as well as in other areas of life.
The I-Tri wave made some as it entered the water. Craig Macnaughton
Paige Duca, who was third over all, was the Youth Triathlon’s female winner for the second year in a row. Craig Macnaughton
This year’s group was the best in three years
This camp was the best yet, Zach Brenneman, a former Notre Dame all-American midfielder, said.
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This year’s 5 and 6-year-olds were said to be all business, eager to learn.
"It’s about swimming together for a great cause.”
Lilah Minetree, Carly Drew, and Amanda Calabrese swam the one-miler with Zach Bogetti, whose father, Jeff, died of brain cancer on May 30.
Georgie Bogetti, at left, a strong long-distance swimmer and surfer — following in her late father’s footsteps in that regard — did the 5K. Craig Macnaughton
Marina Preiss, who will join San Diego State’s women’s swim team soon, and who starred in the 50 and 100-yard freestyle races at East Hampton High School, thinks her college coach may be thinking of her as a long-distance competitor. Jack Graves
“Our attendance has been spectacular. We’ve been getting 80 to 100 at our games.”
Deilyn Guzman was the Mustangs’ hero in Sunday’s first game, treating Montauk to an 11-10 win over the Riverhead Tomcats.
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“They played their hearts out,”
Not since the hot-dog eating contest had there been as many in Rowdy Hall’s courtyard as there were for the round of 16 World Cup soccer match on July 1 between the United States and Belgium, which wound up winning 2-1 in overtime.
Magally Montoya, with the cowbell at right, was among those who jammed D’Canela in Amagansett for Friday’s Colombia-Brazil World Cup quarterfinal. Jack Graves
Tournament benefited Down syndrome foundation
Brian Marciniak, at left, arguably the tourney’s best player, was democratic in filling out the rosters of the eight teams.
Anthony Providenti, with the ball, was happy to report during a breather that $4,000 had been raised for the Down Syndrome Research and Treatment Foundation. Craig Macnaughton