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Chain reaction: No challenge too small for ironwoman

Fitness-minded Tari Ringelstetter competes in endurance events

1:26 PM, Dec. 18, 2013
De Pere resident Tari Ringelstetter is looking forward to participating in the Ironman Wisconsin Triathlon next year with her husband, Mike. The challenging endurance event includes a 56-mile bike ride.
De Pere resident Tari Ringelstetter is looking forward to participating in the Ironman Wisconsin Triathlon next year with her husband, Mike. The challenging endurance event includes a 56-mile bike ride.
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Tari Ringelstetter and her husband, Mike, will be celebrating their 30th wedding anniversary next year, and they plan to do so in a big way: by participating in the Ironman Wisconsin Triathlon.

The event consists of a 2.4-mile swim, a 56-mile bike ride and a 26.2-mile run.

"Mike and I do almost everything together when it comes to swimming, biking and running, so next year doing the Ironman and celebrating 30 years of marriage will be cool," Tari, 51, said. "Who would have thought we would have ever done anything like this? ...

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