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PRESS RELEASE – AUGUST 06, 2012: Pursuit Athletic Performance Athlete Lisbeth Kenyon Breaks Record at Norseman Xtreme Triathlon – Kenyon 3rd Woman Overall

(Old Saybrook, CT, August 6, 2012)–FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:–Pursuit Athletic Performance triathlete Lisbeth Kenyon was third woman overall at the Norseman Xtreme Triathlon held on August 5 in Eidfjord, Norway. She finished the race in 12:47:42, and together with the first two women finishers shattered the existing course record. Kenyon is coached by Al Lyman, co-founder of Pursuit Athletic Performance, a nationally-recognized sport training and rehabilitation company located in Old Saybrook, CT.

Norseman Xtreme features a total of 5,000 meters of ascent. It begins with a 2.4 mile swim in the cold waters of the Hardangerfjord with a 112-mile bike leg featuring steep climbs and technical descents through mountain switchbacks. The 26.2 mile run finishes on the Gaustatoppen mountain top at 1,850 meters above sea level.

Said Lisbeth, “It was the hardest race I have ever done….” READ ENTIRE PRESS RELEASE >>


PRESS RELEASE – AUGUST 31, 2011: Pursuit Athletic Performance Now Offering Classes in Functional Strength and Flexibility

Pursuit Athletic Performance (PAP), the region’s foremost gait analysis, athletic training, and rehabilitation facility, is now offering Functional Strength and Flexibility classes, beginning September 19, 2011. The classes are designed to help athletes become stronger, faster, and more injury resistant by developing true core stability, efficient movement, and improved power and strength. The six-week, semi-private sessions will be held at the Center for Better Health, 1381 Boston Post Road, Old Saybrook, CT….

…Said Coach Al Lyman, co-founder of Pursuit Athletic Performance, “If you’re wondering if a functional strength class is right for you, ask yourself the following questions–…”
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PRESS RELEASE – NOVEMBER 3, 2010: Pursuit Athletic Performance Announces Opening of Technologically Advanced Athletic Training & Rehab
READ ONLINE at freePRnow.com, 11/03/2010 -

Dr. Kurt Strecker and Coach Al Lyman announced today the opening of their athletic training and rehabilitation facility, Pursuit Athletic Performance in Old Saybrook, CT. Created by athletes for athletes, Pursuit Athletic Performance is dedicated to helping athletes become stronger, faster, and more injury resistant. Their expert coaches, physicians and trainers specialize in movement and gait analysis to help athletes recover from injury, prevent future injury and achieve their ultimate performance potential.
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