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Sat Dec.3rd. ... the Silent Auction and the Rudy Awards for 2016 ... plan to join:

1) David Brezer
2) Judy Andrew Piel
3) Darcia Kmet

(have I missed anyone?)

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2016 TriRudy Silent Auction and Awards Night
This year's event will return to the atrium at Fifth Ave. Court on Bank St.
It is scheduled for the late afternoon and early evening of Sat. Dec. 3.
It's never too early to mark the date on your calendar or to think of anyway you can help out.
We will need people to help out on the day, contributions to the silent auction, and companies or organizations to have booths.
We would like to put part of our silent auction on line this year.
To do this we need someone with expertise to help us with this new endeavour.
Please email me, joanhollywood65@gmail.com with suggestions, advice, etc.
Joan

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Injured? Stiff? (adam climie)
Triathlon for Challenged Athletes Foundation (Anna Weltman)
Volunteers needed for a study on metaboreceptors (Brian  Friesen)
TECHNO TRAINING - SWIM BETTER - HAVE FUN! (Technosport Coach  Duane Jones PhD, CSEP-CPT)
Discounted Senators Tickets (Ian Boyle)
For Sale: Kurt Kinetic Road Machine 2.0 Fluid Trai (Harry Webster)
For Sale: Polar F4 Heart Rate Monitor (Anders Nordstrom)
For Sale: 2016 Mondraker Dune Carbon XR (Shawn Henry)
For Sale: 2016 Mondraker Dune Carbon XR (Shawn Henry)
Look 595 2010 - 1995$ (Alain Pigeon)
For Sale: TransX Trainer for sale (Tim Rahme)
For Rent: Winter Seasonal Rental - Tremblant (Dominique Larose)
Barrelman (Anne-Marie Carter-McAuslan)

 
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 Shawn Henry        Houston 



 

1. INJURED? STIFF?
 adam climie   (General Comments)
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Always injured/stiff on one side of your body? Shoulder injuries? IT band issues? Chances are that you have an adhesion and/or structural alignment issue that is at the root of your problem. If you haven't found relief yet, it doesn't mean there isn't a solution! Stop paying for therapies that don't work. If you don't have structural damage, then there is a solution for you... I have helped hundreds of athletes escape the cycle of chronic pain and stiffness with Fascial Restructuring manual therapy. Visit www.fascialrestructuringtherapy.com for more details or contact me directly at fascialrestructuring@gmail.com.
 
adam climie
adamclimie@shaw.ca
www.fascialrestructuringtherapy.com

2. TRIATHLON FOR CHALLENGED ATHLETES FOUNDATION
 Anna Weltman   (Announcements)
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A bit of education and a request:

It’s the Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF) San Diego Triathlon Challenge, featuring para-athletes and able-bodied athletes competing in a 1-mile ocean swim, 44 mile bike (handcycles, etc..as well as regular road bikes) and 10 mile run (or power-wheelchair for paraplegic athletes). This is taking place at La Jolla Cove on October 23rd.

CAF raises millions in this triathlon, and in their "Million Dollar Challenge" bike ride from San Francisco to San Diego each year. They allocate grants to disabled athletes in need of equipment. It’s an amazing organization.

I’ll be guiding a blind athlete, tethered to her for the swim and the run, and riding with her as her pilot on the front of our tandem bike.
We have been training now for a few months.

The race is a month away. It's getting exciting and very real. Pretty soon, hundreds of para-athletes will be climbing down the 20 or so steps at La Jolla Cove (in San Diego) to the chilly waters below to begin the triathlon. Some people will be carried down those steps. Some will be tethered to their guides, like my partner and I.

Please consider supporting this great organization and its many disabled athlete beneficiaries worldwide, by pledging a small amount to this fundraiser.

My fundraising page is: http://support.challengedathletes.org/goto/annaweltman


I did this race in 2011 and reached my goal of raising $3000. This year I am aiming for $5000. Recipients of the funds are located worldwide. There are Canadians who have been beneficiaries of funds raised by CAF. If you have not heard of CAF, and you know someone who could benefit from having a handcycle or specially euqipped tri-bike purchased for them, please reach out to CAF and apply for a grant!! (www.challengedathletes.org)

Or contact me for more information. I regularly volunteer for them and have close relationships with the people who work there.

Thank you very much for your support!!


Anna Weltman


 
Anna Weltman
anna.weltman@gmail.com
www.psychforsport.com
Anna Weltman
Top Performance Consulting Co.
Sport Psychology Consulting
Mob: +1 613-709-5559
www.psychforsport.com


Our Brain...Our Greatest Natural Resource! ©



3. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR A STUDY ON METABORECEPTORS
 Brian Friesen   (Announcements)
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Researchers at the Human and Environmental Physiology Research Unit (University of Ottawa) are recruiting male participants (18-35 years) for a study on the influence of metaboreceptors on heat loss responses during recovery following exercise in the heat. Participants must be physically active and non-smoking. The study involves cycling at a moderate intensity for 45 minutes in hot conditions (35°C, 20% relative humidity) in a direct calorimeter: a unique device allows us to precisely measure whole-body heat exchange.

Participants will receive a free VO2max test and a body composition analysis (underwater weighing).

If you are interested, please contact Brian Friesen at bfrie051@uottawa.ca or 613-562-5800 ext. 4270 for more information on how you can participate.
 
Brian  Friesen
bfrie051@uottawa.ca
Brian Friesen,
PhD Candidate, CSEP CEP,
The Human and Environmental Physiology Research Unit (HEPRU),
School of Human Kinetics, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Ottawa,
bfrie051@uottawa.ca,
613-562-5800 ext. 4270 (Office),
613-793-5482 (Cell)

4. TECHNO TRAINING - SWIM BETTER - HAVE FUN!
 Technosport Coach Duane Jones PhD, CSEP-CPT   (Announcements)
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TRAIN with TECHNO - FROM JUST $60/month

We're not just swim - we have great on-land training, and one-on-one training for your fitness too.

Kick your health into gear with us:-)

We offer the BEST VALUE in the country for our training programs!

We have a 50 meter 8 lane pool with 30 coaches available for expert technical coaching.

Motivating environment, great training facilities, amazing results.

We also offer specialized personal coaching, motivation and dryland training programs!

Check out all our programs here! Register online - easy and fast.

www.technosport.ca/technosport_swim_and_triathlon_club/technosport-masters-swim-and-triathlon-club-programs/

 
Technosport Coach  Duane Jones PhD, CSEP-CPT
TECHNOSPORT@ROGERS.COM
WWW.TECHNOSPORT.CA
COACH DUANE JONES PhD,CSEP-CPT
A proud TriRudy Award sponsor and $$ donator!
Check out Facebook for more tips on training, motivation and nutrition.

www.facebook.com/Technosport

5. DISCOUNTED SENATORS TICKETS
 Ian Boyle   (For Sale/Rent)
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Tri-Rudy friends,

With training camp starting, it won't be long until the Senators are back on the ice again.

With this Ticketmaster (new for 2016-17) link and passcode you can save 10-30% on many games. Check it out:

Visit : www.ottawasenators.com/GACSENS

Passcode: GACSENS



 
Ian Boyle
ib.general@gmail.com

6. FOR SALE: KURT KINETIC ROAD MACHINE 2.0 FLUID TRAI
 Harry Webster   (For Sale/Rent)
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Like new - used 4 months.
Comes with trainer tire mounted on spare trainer rear wheel.
 
Harry Webster
hwebster.peng@gmail.com

7. FOR SALE: POLAR F4 HEART RATE MONITOR
 Anders Nordstrom   (For Sale/Rent)
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Used Polar F4 Heart Rate Monitor (black) with strap and user manual. Works great, got a brand new battery
 
Anders Nordstrom
andersn@sympatico.ca



8. FOR SALE: 2016 MONDRAKER DUNE CARBON XR
 Shawn Henry   (For Sale/Rent)
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MONDRAKER STEALTH FULL CARBON, FORWARD GEOMETRY FRAME
MONDRAKER ZERO SUSPENSION SYSTEM, 160MM
_FOX 36 27.5 FLOAT FIT HSC LSC FACTORY KASHIMA 15QR 170MM FORK
_FOX FLOAT X2 EVOL RWS FACTORY KASHIMA REAR SHOCK
_MAVIC CROSSMAX PRO XL LTD 27.5 F15X100 / R12X142 WHEELSET
_ROCKSHOX REVERB STEALTH SEATPOST

_FRAME AVAILABLE
_ADJUSTABLE GEOMETRY KIT INCLUDED
_FG10 STEM AVAILABLE.
The wheelbase is 1243 mm (large frame), a whole 10 mm longer than the workhorse of the downhill dominator Aaron Gwin! This is the result of an extremely long frame (top tube length 655 mm) with a slack head 66° head angle.
 
Shawn Henry
mrshawnhenry123@gmail.com

9. FOR SALE: 2016 MONDRAKER DUNE CARBON XR
 Shawn Henry   (For Sale/Rent)
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MONDRAKER STEALTH FULL CARBON, FORWARD GEOMETRY FRAME MONDRAKER ZERO SUSPENSION SYSTEM, 160MM _FOX 36 27.5 FLOAT FIT HSC LSC FACTORY KASHIMA 15QR 170MM FORK _FOX FLOAT X2 EVOL RWS FACTORY KASHIMA REAR SHOCK _MAVIC CROSSMAX PRO XL LTD 27.5 F15X100 / R12X142 WHEELSET _ROCKSHOX REVERB STEALTH SEATPOST _FRAME AVAILABLE _ADJUSTABLE GEOMETRY KIT INCLUDED _FG10 STEM AVAILABLE. The wheelbase is 1243 mm (large frame), a whole 10 mm longer than the workhorse of the downhill dominator Aaron Gwin! This is the result of an extremely long frame (top tube length 655 mm) with a slack head 66° head angle.
 
Shawn Henry
mrshawnhenry123@gmail.com

10. LOOK 595 2010 - 1995$
 Alain Pigeon   (For Sale/Rent)
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Look 595 - Color black (Good condition)
Frame xl (58cm)
Groupo Shimano NEW !!! Durace, Ultegra
Wheel Zipp

Person interested please call 819.635.5813 (asked for Alain)
 
Alain Pigeon
alainpigeon@hotmail.com

11. FOR SALE: TRANSX TRAINER FOR SALE
 Tim Rahme   (For Sale/Rent)
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Excellent condition. Used lightly for one winter. Includes front tire stand. Pics available upon request. 150.00 or best offer.
 
Tim Rahme
tim.rahme@sympatico.ca


12. FOR RENT: WINTER SEASONAL RENTAL - TREMBLANT
 Dominique Larose   (For Sale/Rent)
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Hi - we used our Tremblant cottage for skiing a few times last year but may try different places this year (back to the Alps as we live in UK). So wondering if someone may be interested in a one-off seasonal rental (including Christmas and Easter). Price would depend on length of rental and conditions, but would be reasonable for the size of the cottage. We don't rent the cottage out a lot (mostly for friends) as it is a home away from home, but thought it might be of interest here as there is plenty of x-c skiing nearby as well as the obvious downhill. Some quick details about the cottage - 3 bedrooms (2 queen, one bunk beds) + 2 sofa beds - one bathroom - outside hot tub, bbq, cable TV, DVD - fully furnished, equipped (e.g. washing machine/dryer, all kitchen utensils etc) - ample parking for cars, big garden, house is located in wooded lot - located 8-10 mins drive from the pedestrian village, 5 mins drive from the Old Village - Near "Petit Train de Nord", in Lac Mercier secteur - Snow clearing service included (driveway and balcony) - Cleaning/maid service available
 
Dominique Larose
dom.larose@vodafone.com


13. BARRELMAN
 Anne-Marie Carter-McAuslan   (Race Reports)
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2016 Barrelman 1/2 was my big race this year. I have done well up to now but was worried about this race as I bonked last year. I finished the race last year but not with joy! This year was different. I had a plan to eat and drink every 15 minutes which worked well. I ran most of the 1/2 and came in with a smile. After the race I even cycled 10 k to our accommodation which was Riverside Hotel and Campground/and awesome place to stay for this race. The Swim: I could not draft as I found my pace was too fast. Albeit, 1 minute slower than last year I was first out of the water in my category. My transition was 3:19 which was not bad. The Bike was Awesome..head wind but great pace of 28 min/k out into the wind and 32 k back with a tail wind and slight cross wind. I used my road bike with aero bars this year instead of my tri bike. First in my category again with a 1 minute faster time than last year(which had no wind). I had one pit stop which told me I was hydrated and had to pick up my goodie bag (so need to be better planned next time). The Transition was a little slow as I had to put on socks and I did not have elastic laces. Another pit stop but was out in 7 minutes. Ran most of way except for a couple of hills and was 10 minutes faster for the run. Made sure I ate and drank on the run...Awesome support and very helpful to have my husband at the 1/2 way point tell my how great I looked. Loved this race again this year. Very safe and lots of camaraderie with the other participants. Thank you to all the volunteers including Bob Harding..I would highly recommend this race as one of the best I have been in for a 1/2. Anne-Marie Carter-McAuslan
 
Anne-Marie Carter-McAuslan
mcauslan@rogers.com

 Rudy Says: Another North Carolina camper does it again... Congrad's goes to AM and Bob as well. Tkx for the report.