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August 1, 2018
By ANDY FLYNN - Editor ( , Lake Placid News

After the 20th annual Ironman Lake Placid triathlon was held on Sunday, July 22, Staff Writer Griffin Kelly spoke with owners of some of the local gear shops to see how the influx of triathletes impacts their businesses, including Bob Tysen of the Fallen Arch on Main Street.

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Bob Tysen of the Fallen Arch shoe store on Main Street helps a customer Tuesday, July 24, two days after the Lake Placid Ironman triathlon. Tysen and other local retailers say the positive effects of the event are felt well before and after race day.
(News photo — Griffin Kelly)



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