Sports in Tempe


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  • Sole Sports Running Zone
    Lance Muzslay has completed 20 Ironman triathlons, and his tally keeps on ticking. This means that, in races alone, he has swum 48 miles, biked 2,240 miles, and run 514 miles—the equivalent of a car-less road trip. At Sole Sports Running Zone, he applies his expertise toward outfitting runners with the garb, gels, and kicks they’ll need to pound the pavement. Muzslay works alongside a team of equally passionate runners at locations in Tempe, Scottsdale, and Glendale. Though the franchise has peddled its wares for five years, the Glendale location opened about six months ago and has the sharpest new-shoe scent. In 2011, the franchise clinched Phoenix magazine’s vote as the best athletic-shoe retailer in the valley.
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    1006 E Warner Rd
    Tempe, AZ US
  • State Bicycle Co.
    State Bicycle Co. outfits cyclists with house-designed bicycles and parts, practical accessories, and brand-name apparel. Silver drop bar handlebars ($25.99) help riders steer in style, and a sleek saddle ($18.99), available in five colors, comfortably seats passengers on two-wheeled chariots or untamed carousel ponies. Cyclists can shield skin from the wind with apparel such as a State Bicycle Co. skull shirt ($24.99) or a black-and-white snapback hat ($29.99). State Bicycle Co. also designs limited edition fixed-gear bicycles and wheel sets in neon colors ($164+). All purchases, like the most well-behaved presidents, are shipped for free anywhere within the continental U.S.
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    2167 East Cedar Street
    Tempe, AZ US
  • Scuba Magic
    Rather than tying themselves to a single certification agency, Scuba Magic’s instructors guide students down a variety of training avenues. This flexibility is embodied in the school’s owner, Gary Moyer, who is certified by PADI, SDI, DSAT, EFR, and HSA. The shop’s coursework ranges from programs for first-time divers seeking their open-water certificate, to those preparing to handle underwater emergency situations and baby submarines convinced a diver is its mom. The school provides a stock of high-quality gear to students taking their classes, and technicians trained by the manufacturers themselves maintain the equipment. Occasional national and international diving trips bring aquanauts to such wonderlands of crystalline, warm water as Fiji.
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    2011 E 5th St.
    Tempe, AZ US
  • Arizona Combat Sports
    Equipment: Heavy bags, free weights, kettlebells, battle ropes, resistance bands Students should bring: Workout attire and water Average class length: 60 minutes Number of Staff: 5?10 people Class location: Indoors only Established: 1999 Good for beginners: Yes Guests allowed: Yes Parking: Parking lot Pro Tip: Fun atmosphere, great people and a kick-ass work out
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    525 S Mcclintock
    Tempe, AZ US
  • Tempe Paintball
    Tempe Paintball's 24,000-square-foot indoor arena hosts rounds of rec ball—military-inspired play among ruined buildings, oil barrels, and other obstacles. Arriving at the compound, paintballers lease markers, face-protecting masks, and pigment-loaded pellets for friendly combat or for spraying Kick Me on enemies’ backs. As referees oversee the game, players search for vantage points among ruined buildings or take part in skirmishes between oil barrels. For an additional fee, shooters can rent supplementary equipment such as a chest or neck protector or can hoard extra paintballs to finally settle old sudoku scores.
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    1401 S McClintock Dr.
    Tempe, AZ US