Originally posted on 303triathlon.com, July 12, 2017 by Dana Willett Photo: Pro Velo Passion A little back-history of Pro’s vs Amo’s… These events go back to the summer of 2014 when we had the 1st “Pro’s vs “Amos” contest (“amos” is just […]
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Lauren BarnettProfessional Triathlete
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