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Triathlon Coach Who Lost 100 Lbs. Hopes to Inspire Others

Pat Perretta coaches the Simply Tri program at Asphalt Green, which he said saved his life.

Midtown »

Endurance Athlete Swimming for 48 Hours Straight in Herald Square

Diana Nyad, who swam from Cuba to Florida, is raising money for Hurricane Sandy victims.

SoHo »

Top Camping Spots for New Yorkers Without a Car

These mass transit-accessible parks make it possible for car-free city dwellers to enjoy Mother Nature.

Central Harlem »

Harlem Y Boots 4-Year-Old-Girl From Pool for Not Wearing Swimsuit Top

The move by the Y, which was following its national policy, sparked debate among Harlem parents.

Midtown »

Escape the City With a Long Island Getaway This Summer

There are some cheap, relatively short trips to Long Island to enjoy this summer.

South Street Seaport »

Ditch the Crowds With These Summer Alternatives to Busy New York Spots

It's easy to find the same New York fun without the gigantic crowds.

Upper East Side »

Manhattan Swimmer Heading to Duke Got His Start at Asphalt Green

A two-time All-American swimmer, Sam Sherman will compete at Duke University in the fall.

Coney Island »

What to do at Coney Island this Summer

New York's classic boardwalk is back to near full-force after Sandy. Here's what to do when you go.

Coney Island »

Memorial Day Weekend Beaches: What's Open After Sandy

DNAinfo New York has a list of what will be open and closed on the shore this weekend.

West Harlem »

Olympic Gold Medalist Cullen Jones Kicks Off Swim Education Tour in Harlem

Make A Splash is an anti-drowning initiative of the USA Swimming Foundation.

New York City »

Last-Minute Summer Camp Options

There are still plenty of summer camp options around the city for parents to choose from.

New York City »

Summer's Hottest Nature Camps for City Kids

DNAinfo.com New York rounded up the hottest camps for kids all just a stone’s throw from Manhattan.

New York City »

Athlete Dies During New York's Grueling Ironman Triathlon

An athlete died during the swim portion of the race.  

New York City »

Ironman Championships Gets Green Light After Sewer Pipe Break

A spokeswoman for the Ironman Championships said the competition will go on as scheduled.

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