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For many, ringing in the new year means getting rid of old lifestyle habits. Following the bountiful holiday season, a time when channeling your healthiest self can be tough, many new diet fads and fitness regimens can seem daunting.

If our landscape is indicative of our interests, then there’s no doubt Edina is home to some of the most avid golfers.

First century poet Martial made one of the earliest references to synchronized swimming. He described a group of women performing acrobatics in a flooded Coliseum delighting Roman elite.

No one can deny the fun of sports or our fascination with competition. Matt Lindberg of Edina can attest to this. “My mom basically made me play every sport imaginable,” Matt says. “Soccer just sort of stuck with me.”

Edina Junior Legion Post 471 (U17) team kept the wins and hard work rolling through another successful season of tournament play in 2017.
As if juggling work as a partner with a high-profile Edina law firm and family life isn’t time consuming enough, Rich Ruohonen battles to keep one more ball aloft (or stone on the she
The players are ready. The stands are packed. And Braemar Arena pulses with excitement.

Sitting in his office on a bright Thursday morning in May, new Gophers head football coach P.J. Fleck has already been awake for hours. No coffee necessary—just his unmatchable energy and the tunes of country star Kelsea Balerini blaring in the background. 

This past hockey season was a great one for the girls of Edina High School, with a win of the 2017 state tournament under coach Sami Reber.
Looking for something new to try this summer? Why not tennis?

Edina High School student Jack Fruechte admits that he was a little unsure about practicing with Twin Cities Youth Rowing when he started a number of years ago.

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