Endurance sports coach Lee Zohlman of Coconut Grove, left, and Joe Flynn of Fort Lauderdale pass a chickee hut during warm-up bicycling runs on Virginia Key. Flynn will compete in the South Beach Triathlon on April 3. Part of his training regimen includes eating correct carbs.
Endurance sports coach Lee Zohlman of Coconut Grove, left, and Joe Flynn of Fort Lauderdale pass a chickee hut during warm-up bicycling runs on Virginia Key. Flynn will compete in the South Beach Triathlon on April 3. Part of his training regimen includes eating correct carbs. MARSHA HALPER mhalper@miamiherald.com
Endurance sports coach Lee Zohlman of Coconut Grove, left, and Joe Flynn of Fort Lauderdale pass a chickee hut during warm-up bicycling runs on Virginia Key. Flynn will compete in the South Beach Triathlon on April 3. Part of his training regimen includes eating correct carbs. MARSHA HALPER mhalper@miamiherald.com

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