| By Kathryn Deen |
Happy April, Peeps!
In the April issue of Clermont Magazine, catch up on Clermont’s triathlete history from the man himself, Fred Sommer of Sommer Sports. “The early days of triathlon were like the wild wild west.” Yee-haw!
Also, this duathlete’s journey might break your heart and put it back together again in “a lifetime sharpened by tremendous success and tremendous loss.”
Another Clermont resident to admire is author Laura St. John, teaching kindness through her children’s book, “Don’t Judge a Bug by Its Cover.”“It only takes one of us to see the beauty in someone and change their lives.” Collective Awwwww.
And if you want to feel particularly hopeful about the next generation, meet the 2018 Junior Miss Lake County Florida, Sayuri, who happens to reign from Clermont for a change.
In other reads, we bet you’ve never been to one of these parties before; you won’t guess what simple yoga pose actually is the most difficult; and you’ll crack up at this bachelorette-style dieting video as you learn what nutrition advice to run from. But this might be our coolest article of the month.
Here’s your reading list:
Q+A with Fred Sommer, the ‘Godfather’ of Triathlons
Athlete Spotlight: Competing with Dual Purpose
Author Spreads Kindness with Children’s Book
Ford Model T ‘Tin Lizzie’ Event (Photo Album)
Tutorial: Rev up your Spring Makeup Routine
Ain’t No Party Like a Salad Jar Party! Here’s How to Throw One
Savasana: The Most Difficult Yoga Posture
True or False? 5 Tips to Find Accurate Diet Advice
Uncommon Uses for Ice Cube Trays
From the Heart of Clermont,
Kathryn Deen is the founder and editor of Clermont Magazine, a Clermont resident and an award-winning professional journalist.