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Delta Tri Photos

Delta Tri Bike 2009
Originally uploaded by erinlesleylee
Here are a few specially selected Delta Tri photos. These are the best of the bunch. The others were not so flattering.

Note to self: Cameras can be anywhere on the course. Smile at ALL times.


Anonymous said…
Smile at all times, clean the bugs out at regular intervals. :-)

That's a good picture!
Lora Abernathy said…
Woo hoo! Those are great numbers in your tri! Really great!
NB said…
Great picture of you on the bike! You look sooo Badass!
Unknown said…
Hey Erin, picked up your website on the Runner's Roundtable this week.

I saw that you just did the Delta Triathlon and just had to check to see if it was related at all to a local Sprint Triathlon here in Knoxville, TN called the TriDeltaThon.

Not quite, the race here is sponsored by the Delta Delta Delta sorority that benefits the East Tennessee Children's Hospital.

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