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Speedskating Race Feb 12

An exciting, once-per-year opportunity to see a speedskating race in Duluth is coming up this Saturday morning, Feb. 12, at Chester Bowl! The Duluth Speedskating Club will be hosting the Z-Cup race, with approximately 50 racers from the Twin Cities to Thunder Bay. The event starts at 10 am and will probably run until about 1 pm. If you’re coming to the ski hill, head on to the back of the park, where the soccer fields are in summer, to watch the races. And if you weren’t planning on hitting the slopes this Saturday, what a great excuse to get outside, enjoy the warming weather, and see some top

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