My series of articles about Toronto triathlon competitions in 2012 concluded with "One Triple 2012 Toronto Triathlon Aug. 25-26 on the Islands" in Decoded Science.

"North West Triathlon" by (The contributor of this photo is David Hawgood)
This series began months ago when I learned of a new triathlon; it continued through investigating two separate summer Toronto events; and culminates with this article, my second spectators' guide to viewing the Toronto Island triathlon.

Shameless Self-Promotion for my Toronto Triathlon Article

As always, my Xanga blog ("2012 Triple Triathlon on Toronto Islands") includes a promotional article too.

One Recycled Writing Tip from my Swim, Bike and Run Series

It was a terrible pun (cycle versus bicycle), but I have shared this writing tip before.

Whether by planning or by happy accident, running a series of articles can help your writing in several ways.

  • You already know something about the topic.
  • You may be able to recycle images or reference links.
  • Your credibility should be enhanced when you cover similar topics well.
  • You may gain loyal readers for that topic.
The current article was simply an obvious follow-up. I had written about both triathlons; the most recent was a spectators' guide for the July triathlon in Toronto, based at Ontario Place. The three Toronto triathlon races in August 2012 also deserved my "spectator" treatment.

9/14/2015 12:01:55 am

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