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There are still plenty of summer camp options around the city for parents to choose from.
DNAinfo.com New York rounded up the hottest camps for kids all just a stone’s throw from Manhattan.
An athlete died during the swim portion of the race.
A spokeswoman for the Ironman Championships said the competition will go on as scheduled.
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