In the media
Fox 21: Personal Trainer Helps You Spruce Up Your Workout
For this week’s Active Adventures a personal trainer helped William spruce up his workout for spring. Jessica Rossing from Evolve Duluth says it’s important to take it easy when getting back into working out. Rossing says if you push yourself too hard you could end up injuring yourself...
ESPN: Competiton, Culture in Cuba
Jessica Rossing has done about 50 triathlons since 2011. She's also represented the U.S. as an age-group athlete at the World Triathlon Championships in Beijing and London. So traveling long distances to triathlon venues is nothing new for the 29-year-old personal trainer from Duluth, Minnesota. But never before has she been able to combine two of her biggest passions: triathlon and salsa dancing. Of course, she's also never before been to a race in Havana...
USA Today: USA Triathlon Sends Athletes to Cuba for First Time
Adam Gordon has never won a triathlon, and the software engineer from Boulder, Colo., regularly finishes in the middle of the pack. But in nine days, Gordon will write his name into triathlon's history books as one of the first Americans to ever compete in Cuba. "The race is just another triathlon in my mind," said Gordon, 39. "The experience is one of those once-in-a-lifetime things."...
KARE 11: Minnesota Athlete to Compete in Cuba
GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. -- A Minnesota athlete is headed to Cuba to compete. It will mark the first time Americans will participate in any Cuban competition since the United States began the move towards full diplomatic relations with the nation...
WDIO: Lifted Embargo Lands Northland Athlete in Cuba Competition
A Northland athlete is one of 25 others in the United States set to make history when they travel to compete in a Cuba triathlon next week. Jessica Rossing, a trainer with Evolve Duluth, was selected for the swimming, biking and running race in late December, and although she's competed in countless other triathlons, she said she's been rushing to prepare for the Jan. 25 race in Havana...
Fox 21: Northlanders Share their Cuba Experiences
Several Northlanders have celebrated President Obama’s recent visit to Cuba. They call these times exciting and a step forward for the island country. The owners of Twin Ports Cyclery went to Cuba in February after always wanting to go. “Fifty years, it’s been a long time and a lot of the people were really excited about the change as are Americans,” said Denis Sauve...
TRIATHLETE.com: American Triathletes Embark On Historic Trip To Cuba
The first American athletes to compete in Cuba following the easing of travel regulations to the country will be of the swim-bike-run persuasion. Shortly after President Obama announced the changes, USA Triathlon revealed it would be sending nearly 30 American triathletes to the island for the 2015 Habana CAMTRI Triathlon.
NY1: Thousands Participate in New York City Triathlon
Thousand of athletes didn't let the hot and humid weather stop them from swimming, biking, and running their way across the city. NY1's Tara Lynn Wagner has more on Sunday's New York City Triathlon. It was a perfect day for a swim, but this is hardly your ordinary dip...
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WDIO: Workout Wednesday: Hot Yoga at Evolve Duluth
The Good Morning Northland is headed back to Evolve Duluth for this Workout Wednesday. Last week, they tackled spin class and this week, it's hot yoga. "So, we are going to do a hot flow today. That's the most common class that we have on our schedule...The room is going to be 102 degrees to 104 degrees with about 30-35% humidity," trainer Jessica Rossing explained.
WDIO: Workout Wednesday: Spin Class at Evolve Duluth
For this Workout Wednesday, the Good Morning Northland Crew headed to Evolve Duluth in downtown Duluth. Evolve is located under Tycoon's Restaurant, offering spin and hot yoga classes, as well as personal training. This week, the Good Morning Northland crew took on a spin class with trainer Jess Rossing.
DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE: Brewhouse Triathlon favorites gear up for nationals
Duluth residents Brian Bich and Jessica Rossing may be using the 28th annual Brewhouse Triathlon as a warm-up for the USA Triathlon National Championships on Aug. 10 in Milwaukee, but it doesn’t mean they or any other racers heading to Milwaukee will be taking it easy Saturday at Island Lake.
BUDGETEER NEWS: Rossing continues to compete at high level
Jessica Rossing got her start in the world of triathlons in 2007."I went to the Timberman Race with the [Duluth Tri] team and Rod [Raymond] got me an entry and I did my first and finished third in my age group," Rossing said of her first race. "So I did a few more, did well and I enjoyed it."