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Back in summer 2012, then-14-year-old Zach Tracy took a ride on the single track of Theo Wirth Park.
On a Saturday morning in late spring, the energy in the University of St. Thomas’ new Anderson Student Center was high.
For the Lee sisters, Taekwondo runs in the blood. Their grandfather, Grandmaster Byung Yul Lee, helped bring the art to the United States when he founded a Taekwondo school in 1969.
It’s Friday night. A brisk fall breeze is blowing through the crowd under bright field lights, and a group of spirited cheerleaders is leading the crowd in chants to motivate the football team to victory.
For teenage boys, a trip to Orlando might lead to shenanigans, but for Maple Grove residents Ben Pettingell and Frank Gates, it meant being crowned US Open Taekwondo gold medal champions last January.
Mike Kratochwill is the Pied Piper of kitesurfing.
Name: Brenner Hohenstein
Hometown: Maple Grove
Occupation: Student, graduating next month from Maple Grove Senior High; lifeguard at the Maple Grove Community Center
Tom Danielson, an experienced cyclist, recalls the initial invitation from a friend to ride 100 miles. “And then that I realized that it was almost exactly 100 miles from my front door to our cabin on Lake Florida in Spicer, Minn.,” says Danielson.