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Medal Stand
Brian Cazeneuve
May 19, 2008
1. ALLYSON FELIX, U.S. (right) The world champion in the 200 meters ran the year's best times in both the 100 (10.93 seconds) and 400 (49.83) at the Qatar Super Grand Prix last weekend, reaffirming her status as the planet's most versatile sprinter.
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May 19, 2008

Medal Stand

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1. ALLYSON FELIX, U.S. (right)
The world champion in the 200 meters ran the year's best times in both the 100 (10.93 seconds) and 400 (49.83) at the Qatar Super Grand Prix last weekend, reaffirming her status as the planet's most versatile sprinter.

2. VANESSA FERNANDES, PORTUGAL
The Olympic favorite won her fifth consecutive European triathlon in Lisbon last Saturday. Fernandes, 22, finished in 2:05:46—39 seconds ahead of Nadia Cortassa of Italy.

3. MARK WARKENTIN, U.S.
The swimmer won silver in the 25-kilometer race at the World Open Water Championships in Seville, Spain, coming in a half second behind Maarten Van Der Weijden of the Netherlands.

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