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Obviously, your wife’s running receives a lot of attention.
But you’re a very respectable runner in your own right. All I can claim are the “house” records for the marathon and all triathlon distances. I am sure at some point she will crush the “house” marathon record but hopefully she won’t switch to Tri’s when she’s done running so I can at least have something to brag about!
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Kate came up to meet the RA on the floor upstairs and Kofi was getting settled into his dorm room with his roommate, Ben Knudson ’01.
I think the third floor RA, Anne Hyslop ’01, introduced us. Kate was really sweet when she helped us move in—she was warm and welcoming, which was huge for a kid who knew next to nothing about Minnesota.
He also started a program that houses and raises orphans in Uganda called Sozo Children.
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And while Charlie may not be an Olympian, he is a very good runner/triathlete, in his own right.
While he wished his son well, David’s father, Herman, was quoted as saying: “I am not particularly happy with this event, which I think makes light of something which, to me, should be taken more seriously.” And a family counselor told the Minneapolis Star-Tribune: “There's a high probability he's going to get the wrong person.” David said he could relate to everyone’s uncertainty.
“I understand why people would think it would fail,” he said.
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