Austin-Jarrow

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Austin-Jarrow
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Austin-Jarrow offers Shoe Stores services in Duluth MN.

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After two last black misses... twitter.com/WorldSnooker1/โ€ฆ

http://www.wsj.com/articles/how-millennials-ended-the-running-boom-1462473195
A decades-long rise in race finishers comes to an end as young adults choose noncompetitive fitness classes.


RT @WorldSnooker1: ๐ŸŽฅ The champ @markjesterselby ends the #WSawards on the mic, complete with @LCFC flag! ๐Ÿ†๐Ÿ†๐Ÿ† https://t.co/CmW7a5HzJF


RT @WorldSnooker1: ๐Ÿ† @markjesterselby wins Snooker Writers Player of the Year! #WSawards https://t.co/4rRIX3V6zi


RT @ProSnookerBlog: Going back through my photos from tonight...this has to be my favourite #TeamSelby More: facebook.com/media/set/?setโ€ฆ

32nd Anniversary coming up on February 29th. Only our 8 actual birthday in all that time.

http://spikes.iaaf.org/post/blanka-vlasics-words-of-wisdom
Four-time world champion high jumper Blanka Vlasic has tasted highs as well as lows through her glittering career. The charismatic Croatian offers her words of wisdom.

http://news.nationalpost.com/sports/olympics/pigeon-attacks-a-near-fatal-javelin-incident-and-inside-the-mind-of-a-heptathlete-20-questions-with-olympian-brianne-theisen-eaton?
Theisen-Eaton talked the state of Canadaโ€™s track and field team, the upcoming Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro and a near-fatal accident involving a javelin

http://www.duluthnewstribune.com/features/weekend/3871698-sam-cook-column-when-mountain-becomes-too-high We know how he feels.
A friend of mine was hiking up a mountain in Nepal earlier this week. I'm not sure how old he is. Somewhere in his seventh decade on the planet. Fit. Lean. Tough. But at some point a few thousand meters up this mountain, he knew. He had pushed far and high enough. He would turn back, and the othe...