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  1. Very good!
  2. The office complex has engaged Great Lakes Multisport to provide event management for both races. I (an active triathlete and runner) along with SP management team will be active partners in aiming to deliver a great first-time race experience.
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  3. Who is actually organizing/putting on the races? ToAD/Tom Schuller? I heard RACC? I can't imagine that Gary Gruneau is doing this himself.
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