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Race Director Julie Marchese recently sat down to talk about the origin of the Tri for a Cure and her motivation for beginning this wonderful event.

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Keva Crockett
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This past Saturday was the first organized swim training clinic in the ocean and my first time swimming in the ocean with a wet suit on.  There was such an amazing turnout of first time Tri for a Cure swimmers and the angels to guide us.  Every precaution was taken to make sure that the swimmers were comfortable and safe and it is amazing to not only see the swimmers, but the great amount of support in the water too.  Before the clinic, the request was put out to the SheJAMS women to be swim angels, which meant that they swam beside those wo

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Above: Maine Cancer Foundation Board President David Mitchell joined supporters from the Cancer Community Center on Saturday at Hadlock Field to receive a $20,000 donation presented by the Portland Seadogs and Intermed.

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A few of our favorite fundraisers, Maddie, Jack and Marshall decided to open a lemonade stand while their mom was at work, to help support her in the Tri for a Cure

These young entrepreneurs raked in a cool $183.11. Awesome! Thank you!

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We have some important updates about Transition this year for first-timers and veteran Tri for a Cure athletes both. Please take a few minutes and read up on the transition area and how to use it before the big day!

Download the 2015 Athlete Guide

Here's an example of a well set-up transition station: