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For this team, Duxbury triathlon was not about winning

Heart recipient George Senerchia waded into water yesterday to hear teammate Peter Kenyon, 70, didn't finish swim. Heart recipient George Senerchia waded into water yesterday to hear teammate Peter Kenyon, 70, didn't finish swim. (TOM HERDE FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE)
By John M. Guilfoil
Globe Correspondent / September 28, 2008

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DUXBURY - The 70-year-old gasped and his transplanted heart beat hard as he swam through the frigid bay, intent on finishing his leg of the race. But officials pulled Peter Kenyon out of the water. It was not to be this time. (Full article: 505 words)

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