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Sports - April 23, 2010

Sports Shorts

OF LOCAL NOTE . . . The Greenmeadow Community Pool in Palo Alto will be busy for a good cause on Sunday when Palo Alto Stanford Aquatics (PASA) hosts the Greenmeadow Charity Triathlon, with all proceeds benefiting Track Watch. The triathlon will consist of a run, bike ride and swim. Three divisions are available for the triathletes — Advanced, Intermediate and Beginner. Distances for the three divisions are 5K run, 10-mile bike and 800-yard swim (Advanced), 3K run, 7.2-mile bike, 400 swim (Intermediate) and 1K run, 2.4-mile bike and 200 swim (Beginner). Those competing in the Advanced division begin at 8 a.m., with Intermediate going off at 8:30 and Beginner at 9:30 a.m. Entry fees are $15 for adults and $10 for youths. Entry forms may be picked up at the pool, 303 Parkside Drive. A potluck BBQ in the Greenmeadow Park will follow the triathlon event . . . .The Cubberley Community Center Theatre will host the Palo Alto premiere of the documentary film, "Running America'' on Tuesday night at 7 p.m. The film follows elite adventurers Charlie Engle and Marshall Ulrich on their record-breaking run from San Francisco to New York. Engle, who also produced and directed the film, will host a post-film Q&A session. For more information:

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