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05.30.05 IN/OUT

May 30, 2005
May 30, 2005

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May 30, 2005

Sports Illustrated Bonus Section: SI Adventure
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CATCHING UP WITH
LETTERS
THE END OF THE HOME RUN ERA
Horse Racing
NBA Playoffs
SOCCER
Online Poker
Inside Baseball
Inside The WNBA
  • Seeking a fresh start after battling depression, Chamique Holdsclaw is reviving her game in Los Angeles

  • No WNBA champion has repeated since L.A. in 2002, and with defending titlist Seattle having lost two starters, its reign may be over. Here are four teams that could unseat the Storm.

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05.30.05 IN/OUT

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This is an article from the May 30, 2005 issue Original Layout

Tom Danielson
After winning April's Tour de Georgia, the 27-year-old is dubbed the Next Big Thing by teammate Lance Armstrong.

Ed Viesturs
The U.S. mountaineer (below), 45, tops Annapurna on May 12 to conclude his 16-year quest to scale all 14 8,000-meter peaks without O2.

Rich Brazeau
Appointed CEO of the Subaru Primal Quest last week, he'll bring back the expedition race in '06.

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Ivan Basso
The Italian star and CSC team leader lost his overall lead on Saturday and the next day bombed in the 14th stage of the May 7--29 Giro d'Italia to drop out of contention.

Edmund Hillary
The renowned 85-year-old mountaineer misses his annual trip to Everest base camp because of the political turmoil in Nepal.

Dan Barger
The race director of the Primal Quest leaves six months after a competitor dies during the race.

COLOR PHOTOMARTIN BUREAU/AFP/GETTY IMAGES (BASSO)COLOR PHOTOVEIKKA GUSTAFSSON (VIESTURS)