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Aug 26, 2008
Pendrel and Gould have solid finish in Beijing

This report just in from Luna Pro Team Media Liason and really fast mountain biker Alison Dunlap…

Congratulations to Catharine Pendrel and Georgia Gould for an outstanding race at the Olympics! I went online last night and watched the entire race from my computer. It was amazing coverage, except I had to make up my own commentary. I was thrilled that we actually got to watch the entire race, and not a five minute highlight segment squished into the NBC swimming and gymnastics show.

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Aug 19, 2008
Team Clif Bar athletes race their bikes, go real fast!

This past weekend brought some tremendous results for Team Clif Bar cyclists, as BMC’s Jeff Louder won the overall at the Tour of Utah, while Brooke Miller from Team TIBCO sprinted to victory to at US Pro Criterium Championships at Downers Grove, Illinois.

Louder, a Salt Lake City resident, used his knowledge of the local Utah roads and a strong time trail to claim his first title in the fourth edition of the Tour of Utah. Louder won the queen stage of the tour on Saturday, a

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Jul 28, 2008
Andy Mac to compete at X Games 14

The 14th X Games start up this week in LA, and as always, they are sure to supply a year’s worth of extreme entertainment in just 4 insane days. Clif Bar may not be the first company that comes to mind when the subject of extreme sports pops up, but we do occasionally like to get our board, skate or BMX on.

One of the things we are most proud of here at the Team Clif Bar world headquarters is our relationship with Andy MacDonald. For those of you not in the know, Andy is a legend in

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Jul 18, 2008
Racing for the Girls

What do you do when you train hard and travel a long distance to a race only to find out that your competition can’t race? Well, if you’re a pro...you do what the pros do and race anyway!

Pro mountain biker and Team Clif Bar athlete Joanna Petterson traveled all the way from Boulder, CO to the Catskill Mountains of New York State to compete at the Windham dual slalom, downhill and super D races, only to find out that most of her competition for the dual slalom didn’t make it.

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Jun 11, 2008
Steph Davis completes first known free solo ascent of Castleton Tower’s North Face

Our reliable friends at Wikipedia define free solo climbing as “a form of free climbing where the climber (the free soloist) foregoes ropes, harnesses and other protective gear while ascending and relies only on his or her physical strength, climbing ability, and psychological fortitude to avoid a fatal fall.” Those same folks describe BASE jumping as “a sport involving the use of a parachute or the sequenced use of a wingsuit and parachute to jump from fixed objects--with the

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