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Bike Fix Stations Continue Popping Up

Bike Repair Stations Continue Popping Up

It’s been nearly two years now since Continental Bike and Sustainable Duluth received a Park Fund Grant from the City of Duluth to add repair stations for riders.

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World class fine arts school opens in Duluth

A world class fine arts school will be opening in Duluth this fall. Up to 20 students will be accepted and they will be given the opportunity to earn a degree in 4-5 years.

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Tips for 'Weekend Warriors' to Stay Active

Exercise is important to good health; however, being safe and smart is just as important. It all starts, with a good warm up.

Beating the Heat

Beating the Heat

Summer may be ending but athletes should still be aware of the danger posed by heat injuries.
“If you take the proper precautions, a lot of times you can avoid a pretty severe injury,” said Dr. David Rust with St. Luke’s Orthopedics and Sports Medicine.

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Mountain Bikers Hit the Trails

While some people ride bikes to relax others ride to compete. People like Duluth's Max Fierek.
"I really enjoy the thrill of being timed against other racers," he said. "I race the national circuit, so I race against the best guys in the nation."

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Football Camps Start Slow to Minimize Risks

For Superior High School’s Bob DeMeyer, the first week of football camp is always the toughest.
“We get a good idea of where we're at physically,” said the Spartans’ head coach.

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Volleyball Camps Keep Players Active

Summer is slow for competitive volleyball. So players flock to camps in order to stay sharp.
"The kids need to keep improving at the high school level," said UMD Assistant Volleyball coach Christyn May. "Especially if they want to continue after high school."

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Pro Hockey Players Use Summer to Get in Top Shape

For today's hockey player there's no such thing as an offseason.
“It's probably two, three weeks a year off a year, that's it,” says professional hockey player Zack Fitzgerald.

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