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Unseasonably warm weather may threaten one of the more irreverent elements of Ottawa's Winterlude festival this year

ICE INTO GOLD: The Alchemy of the Carleton Cup

For a great many of us, the Carleton Cup has proven to be the main motivating force in promoting a new understanding of our planet and our environment (and ourselves!). The event is a catalyst for awakening a new consciousness and sensitivity to what is occurring on our planet today.

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2008 Carleton Cup Recap

We had 30 entrants in the race, and managed to raise approximately $1500 for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s Ottawa Chapter. Not bad at all considering the Rideau Canal opened for skating barely 24 hours before race time. Many thanks to everyone who participated, and... Congratulations to our 2008 Champions Michael Logue and Lauren Laba!

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Toro Magazine - Winter Conditioning

If you don’t like skating on a moonlit canal, running through city streets, then drinking yourself warm at a crowed bar with Amazonian chicks in fur coats and bikinis, the Carleton Cup might not be for you.

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Open Letter to DNTO

To Sook-Yin Lee and the producers of Definitely Not The Opera

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Carleton Cup 2004 Recap

That was a helluva Cup. I'm still recovering. In many ways it was a banner year: biggest number of participants (158, I believe) and most money raised for CF to date (over $4,500 once Sandy O gets her shit together and sends in her pledges)

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15th Anniversary Mailout Spiel (Christmas 2003)

Well folks, in triathlon lingo this is what we would call the ‘first leg’ of our annual address. This year the board voted (Jon told us) to all make offerings to the piece. So here goes!

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