Photo of the Day: September 24, 2012

Ready, set, go: Gorge Kids Triathlon participants were released in waves for the swimming leg of Sunday's event. Hundreds of kids (and parents) turned out to the Hood River Waterfront Park for the event, which served as a fundraiser for elementary school health and athletic programs.

Photo by Adam Lapierre.
Ready, set, go: Gorge Kids Triathlon participants were released in waves for the swimming leg of Sunday's event. Hundreds of kids (and parents) turned out to the Hood River Waterfront Park for the event, which served as a fundraiser for elementary school health and athletic programs.

Our photo of the day for September 24, 2012:

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Ready, set, go: Gorge Kids Triathlon participants were released in waves for the swimming leg of Sunday's event. Hundreds of kids (and parents) turned out to the Hood River Waterfront Park for the event, which served as a fundraiser for elementary school health and athletic programs.

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