Our goal -- WITH YOUR HELP -- is to establish our facility as a USA Triathlon Certified Performance Center.There are currently ONLY 8 of these centers within the entire U. There are very extensive requirements to meet for the certification process, and we'd love to meet all of them!ENDURANCE MULTISPORT PERFORMANCE CENTER at 850 Broad St.Ste 1, Emmaus, PA will be the region's only training facility specifically created for triathletes, swimmers, cyclists & runners to improve performance in the endurance sports YOU love!So for ANY LARGE donation, please mail a check made out to "Endurance Multisport" to: Endurance Multisport, 850 Broad St.
Endurance Multisport Performance Center (EMPC) will offer endurance sport-specific training classes, lessons, and clinics to the public.
PLEASE consider taking this opportunity to RENEW EARLY as this will help ensure that more & better equipment is waiting for you at the Performance Center!!
A sincere THANK YOU to everyone who already contributed to our crowdfunding drive...
If it did, it happened about 360 million years ago.
Archaeopteris, an extinct tree that made up most of the forests across the earth in the Late Devonian period, had the same structure as modern trees, report three scientists in the April 22, 1999 issue of Nature ("Archaeopteris is the earliest known modern tree," by Brigitte Meyer-Berthaud, Stephen E. After decades of operating with a model of what the tree looked like based on imprints of the leaves in fossil rocks and bits of fossilized wood, last year Meyer-Berthaud of the Laboratoire de Paléobotanique Université Montpellier in France and Scheckler, professor of biology and geological sciences at Virginia Tech in the United States, were able to examine hundreds of pieces of Archaeopteris and study the evidence that the plant was the first modern tree. Almost a decade ago, Wendt, a paleontologist with the Geologisch-Paläontologisches Institut in Tübingen, Germany, was studying marine deposits in the Morocco Sahara desert, where he has been mapping marine rock formations for many years.