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Attorney Natalie Mayo laces up for a run in Towson, part of her training for the Outer Banks Triathlon, which she and her sister will run next month. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)

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Across the miles, sisters train to go the distance together in Outer Banks

A typical day for Natalie Mayo might begin at 5:30 a.m., but the Towson-based lawyer is not meeting clients or preparing for hearings at that hour. Before she sets foot in the office, Mayo often clocks in at the gym near her firm to run, bike or swim.