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Twin Sisters Set Their Sights On Biathlon Gold At The 2010 Winter Games
Date:5/2/2009

Identical twins, Tracy and Lanny Barnes are ranked among the top competitors in the world for Biathlon competitions. As former Olympians, they're striving to grab the gold at the 2010 Winter Games to be held in Vancouver, Canada. Lanny and Tracy are crediting Sinus Buster, a natural nasal spray made with hot pepper extract for helping them get the most out of their training.

Parsippany, NJ (PRWEB) May 2, 2009 -- Identical twins, Tracy and Lanny Barnes are ranked among the top competitors in the world for Biathlon competitions. As former Olympians, they're striving to grab the gold at the 2010 Winter Games to be held in Vancouver, Canada. The Biathlon is a popular sport that combines rigorous cross country skiing with rifle target shooting and as Biathletes go, the Barnes twins are about as good as it gets.

Lanny and Tracy are crediting Sinus Buster, a natural nasal spray made with hot pepper extract for helping them get the most out of their training. Biathlon competitions take place in wintery conditions, but biathletes train year round. In warm weather they bike and run, and they even use skis with rollers built into the bottom. In the winter Biathletes deal with sinus infections and other cold symptoms, but during the rest of the year they battle a wide variety of allergy triggers such as pollen and ragweed.

According to Tracy Barnes, Sinus Buster is helping both sisters break the cycle of allergy symptoms so they can achieve their goal of winning the gold for the United States at the 2010 Winter Games.

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