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TN-Multisports-Elizabeth-MartinElizabeth Martin
Elizabeth’s love for running inspired her to race numerous 5k’s, 10k’s, half marathons, and full marathons. Her TN Multisport teammates and coach, Teresa, inspired her to take up triathlon training after joining the team, and she has completed multiple sprint, Olympic, and half Ironman distance triathlons.
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Paul Boivin
Paul comes from a bike racing background that began in 2003. The half Ironman distance has been his favorite event, and he has completed multiple races since he joined the team in 2011.

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Steven Hooper
Steven joined TN Multisports in 2011. He came to the team with a cycling background and a few triathlons under his belt, but is looking to improve across the board. Steven completed Mooseman 70.3 in 2011 and Honu 70.3 in 2012, and for 2013 he is looking to conquer his first Ironman, Coeur d’Alene.

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Kirsten Nesholm
Kirsten has been a TN Multisport member since Teresa started the club in 2009. An accomplished runner with a few sprint triathlons already under her belt, Kirsten took up Ironman training and has completed multiple halves as well as Ironman Canada.

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Derek Crump
After years of playing soccer and trombone, Derek decided that straight ahead would be the best choice. Derek began doing triathlons in 2008 and instantly became hooked. He joined TN in 2010 and completed his first Ironman (IM Arizona). Derek has completed 3 and 9/10th IM’s since.

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Amanda Kennedy
Amanda started running during her sophomore year in college to reverse the “freshman 15”. After school she found a wonderful running community in New York City where she discovered her passion for running and began racing in numerous marathons as well as half marathons. In her first sprint triathlon she proceeded to fall off her bike and sprain her thumb during the race. After numerous triathlons and a few bike handling clinics later, Amanda made her way out to the Pacific Northwest and continues to train and compete in races ranging from sprint to half- iron distance. Amanda is thankful to the sport of triathlon for always being challenging and new, forcing her to grow as a person and an athlete. Most of all she loves the community surrounding the sport and is thrilled to be a member and ambassador for TN.

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