Images from TOUGHMAN NY Championship

first_imgThe 13th running of the TOUGHMAN NY Championship had an increased international flavour this year. Encouraged by the TOUGHMAN brand’s expansion in Latin America, there were 50 athletes from Chile racing in New York. 15 athletes from Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic also raced.Taking place on Sunday, September 15, 2019, the TOUGHMAN Series Championship in Stony Point New York, 25 miles north of New York City, offers over US$30,000 in age-group awards, a US$4,950 cash purse (top 5) for qualifiers, a scenic bike course, and over 1,400 race support volunteers. The South America TOUGHMAN races that form the southern circuit for the event brand are: Futrono, Copiapo, Arica, Quillon and Iquique.Five overall winners from TOUGHMAN Chile raced in the elite wave, targeting the US$4950 prize purse. In addition, 12 kids from TOUGHKids Chile Arica raced in the TOUGHKids Championship on Saturday, September 14. This event had over 360 young athletes on the start liine.This year’s TOUGHMAN NY Championship was also the USAT NE Regional Youth Championship.www.TOUGHMANTri.comwww.TOUGHKidstri.com Relatedlast_img read more

Dorothy Guthrie Zoglmann, 91, Dallas, Texas: Oct. 5, 1928 – June 28, 2020

first_imgDorothy ZoglmannDorothy Guthrie Zoglmann passed peacefully on June 28, 2020, at Faith Presbyterian Hospice in Dallas Texas at the age of 91.She was born the daughter of William Guthrie and Gladys (Clewell) Guthrie on October 5, 1928, in Belle Plaine Kansas. On September 6, 1948, she and Herman G. Zoglmann were united in marriage at St. Anthony Catholic Church, Wellington. Herman died October 14, 2002, just after celebrating 54 years of marriage to Dorothy. She lived most of her life in Wellington, moving to Dallas, Texas after Herman’s death to be near family.Dorothy was a wonderful mother and a successful small business owner. She founded and co-owned The Fashion clothing business located on Main in Wellington from 1967 to 1987 before retiring.A devout Catholic, after retirement she volunteered at St. Luke’s Hospital as a Pink Lady, as well as volunteering at St. Anthony/St. Rose thrift shop. Dorothy will be remembered for giving of her time generously for both those in need and for her family and friends.Dorothy or “Dot” as she was known, was the consummate hostess for friends and family. She will always be known for her class, her sense of style and her love of being with her family. She was also an avid reader and was always quick to share a good book or favorite author.Her parents, brothers Ken and Lee Guthrie and sister Barbara Guthrie/McCartney precede her in death.Survivors are daughter, Margo Bertrand, Dallas, Texas; sons Myron Zoglmann (Denise), Parker, Colorado; and Steve Zoglmann (Kelly), Dallas Texas; along with 7 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren.Cremation has already taken place and due to COVID-19, a memorial mass will be planned at a later date. In lieu of flowers or other gifts, if you’re inclined, please donate to the sustaining angles at Faith Presbyterian Hospice (12477 Merit Drive, Dallas, TX 75251) or the Wellington Humane Society (203 W Hillside Rd, Wellington, KS 67152)last_img read more