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Indoor track: Training ingenuity pays off for Tartans

Friday, February 7, 2014
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Even on the best winter days, finding ways for indoor track athletes to train requires some ingenuity.
“We do a lot of training in the hallways,” said Scotia-Glenville coach Jim Krogh. “When we get gym space, we use that. If we can get outside, the kids seem to like that, but we are dealing with temperature restrictions.
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