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Leading Off

April 10, 2000
April 10, 2000

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April 10, 2000

Leading Off

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COLOR PHOTO: PHOTOGRAPH BY SHAUN BEST/REUTERS Stone Cold Quebec's Francois Roberge slides the rock through the rings as his sweepers prepare to escort his stone down the ice during a curling match against British Columbia.COLOR PHOTO: PHOTOGRAPH BY AL TIELEMANS Final Floor Tennessee forward Tamika Catchings has a painful reunion with her coach, Pat Summitt, as the Lady Vols fall to Connecticut in the NCAA title game (page 56).COLOR PHOTO: PHOTOGRAPH BY ABDUL MAJEED GORIYA/AFP That Ball Had Eyes Teams of horsemen tussle over a gutted and decapitated goat in buzkashi, the Afghan national sport that dates to the time of Genghis Khan. There have been minor changes in the game over the years: Genghis's guys used a prisoner instead of a goat.