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Zap2It.comIf this was a normal year, Lance Armstrong would find himself beginning the week in Montelimar, a small town in the South of France known for its native flora, Provencal markets and picturesque side streets. In a day or two, he would enter L'Alpe d'Huez,...
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South Florida Sun-SentinelThe alligator's massive jaws and powerful tail mark it as a relic of the dinosaur age, a primitive creature that would appear to have little in common with humans. Yet scientists are studying aspects of alligator biology that could lead to new medical...
Tribune newspapersAnyone who has had a friend or loved-one with cancer is often all-to-familiar with the negative side-effects of chemotherapy. Hair loss, chronic pain, nausea, dizziness and loss of appetite can cause cancer patients a lot of stress and discomfort. Modern...
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1978 June 7: The Washington Bullets win the NBA championship with a 105-99 victory over the Seattle SuperSonics in Game 7. June 13: Aberdeen High School star Cal Ripken, 17, signs with the Orioles after the club selects him in the second round of...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday March 30, 2001 "Tomcats," a raunchy and rowdy comedy targeting young males, stars Jerry O'Connell as a likable guy with a serious problem and a short time to solve it. O'Connell's Michael Delaney is an aspiring L.A.-based cartoonist who's...
The Hartford CourantWe call it kvetch, Steve Straight tells me, gesturing toward a fenced-in area that once housed a vegetable garden but now resembles an enormous pincushion spiked with purple vetch. The backyard of his house on Abbe Road in Manchester is steeply...
Sun StaffKevin Hall has done everything in his power to be an Olympian. The 34-year-old sailor from Bowie dominated the Finn class competition at the team trials in Florida in February. He and his wife have "burnt through our savings and run up as much debt as we...
Sun StaffEvent by event, gymnast Courtney Kupets is building a case -- for her coach, Kelli Hill. When U.S. Olympic Committee officials meet in Texas from July 13 to 18 to select the women's team going to Athens, Greece, they also will select a head coach....
Sun StaffThe United States Anti-Doping Agency has given a Bowie man the final clearance to participate in this summer's Olympic Games in Athens by granting him a waiver to take testosterone injections. Kevin Hall, 34, a member of two America's Cup teams and a...
Sun StaffA good wind is filling the sails of Olympian Kevin Hall. The sailor from Bowie has been cleared to compete in Athens by the International Olympic Committee and the international organization that governs his sport. And the veteran of many national and...
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