Registration opens next month for the 2013 U.S. Pond Hockey Championships in Minneapolis.
Thousands of triathletes had extra obstacles to overcome at the Life Time Tri Minneapolis on Saturday at Lake Nokomis — the heat and humidity.
The Aquatennial is nothing new for the city of Minneapolis, but officials are bringing a new event to the festivities this year.
The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board adopted a resolution Monday to require boat inspections for aquatic invasive species on the city’s lakes.
The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) has announced that area beaches are now open, but lifeguards are not on duty until June 9.
A Twin Cities man is coming back from surgery with his sights set on completing the LifeTime Minneapolis Triathlon.
Though this winter has been filled with warnings to stay off the ice, organizers of the U.S. Pond Hockey Championships say the ice is thick enough to play on.
It’s January in the Twin Cities — and for the past seven years — that means it is time for the country’s largest outdoor pond hockey event, the 2012 U.S. Pond Hockey Championships.
One particular aquatic invasive species threatening Minnesota’s lakes and rivers might someday be controlled by using a natural bacterium found in the soil.
It’s not even fall yet, but it’s time to start thinking about the 2012 U.S. Pond Hockey Championships in Minneapolis.
Minneapolis is going retro this summer to help people enjoy the warm weather on the city’s lakes.
Organizers of the annual U.S. Pond Hockey championships won’t have to worry about slush or standing water on Lake Nokomis in Minneapolis this weekend.
While some Minnesotans cringe at the news of cold weather on the way, one group is actually quite happy about it.