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Faces in the Crowd

Nov. 11, 1991
Nov. 11, 1991

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Nov. 11, 1991

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Faces in the Crowd

Dennis Wyant
WASHINGTON, D.C.
Wyant, 48, national secretary for the Blinded American Veterans Foundation, won the slalom, the trick and the jump events at the World Disabled Trophy Water Ski Tournament, in Bridgewater, Mich.

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Agatha Falso
BOCA RATON, FLA.
Falso, 46, took home the gold medal in the 45-and-over age category at the World Senior Racquetball championships, in Albuquerque. In the finals, Falso beat Merijean Kelley of Palo Alto, Calif., 15-8, 15-12.

Doug Bell
GREELEY, COLO.
Bell, 40, a sporting goods store owner, set a national record for the Masters 5K run with a time of 14:40. He shaved more than five seconds off the previous mark, established by Jim Pearson, 41, of Lakeland, Fla., in 1989.

Bethany Brovey
HOUSTON
Bethany, 8, won the eight-year-olds' division at the Ironkids Triathlon national championship, in San Antonio. She finished first, with a combined time of 21:12 for the 100-meter swim, the 5,000 bike ride and the 1,000 run.

Jesse Watts
INEZ, KY.
Jesse, a quarterback and senior at Sheldon Clark High, set a high school single-game passing-yardage record when he threw for 651 yards. He completed 24 of 36 attempts in a 61-16 defeat of Allen Central.

Leigh Anne Hardin
MARTINSVILLE, IND.
Leigh Anne, 9, shot a 95-94-189 to win the state championship (10 and under) for the third consecutive year, at the Zollner Golf Course in Angola. Corey Ann Fike of Speedway came in second.

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