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Jimmy Feigen
SAN ANTONIO > Swimming
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Jimmy, a senior at Churchill High, was selected to the junior national team and qualified for the Olympic trials after swimming the 100-meter freestyle .07 below the cutoff time of 51.59 at the U.S. national championships. He won the 50-yard free at the Texas Class 5A meet.
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Sara Lowe
SUNNYVALE, CALIF. > Synchronized Swimming
Lowe, a senior at Stanford, was named U.S. synchronized swimmer of the year. A bronze medalist at the 2004 Olympics, she led the Cardinal to its third straight collegiate national title by winning gold medals in the solo, duet and trio events. A month later she duplicated the feat at the U.S. national championships.
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Chip Miller
UNIONVILLE, PA. > Horse Racing
Miller, 37, rode his 200th American steeplechase winner, Planets Aligned, in the Michael G. Walsh Novice Stakes at Saratoga. He is the eighth jockey to reach 200 wins (his sister Blythe, who retired in 2003, was the seventh) and is the active career leader. He is a former National Steeplechase Association champion.
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Jordan Wilson-Ross
ALLISTON, ONT. > Football, Rugby
Jordan, a senior at Banting Memorial High and a running back for Mississauga of the Ontario Varsity Football League, led the Warriors to victory in the title game with 170 rushing yards; he was the game's MVP. He also plays on Canada's national rugby team and competed at the world championships.
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Amanda Solesbee
HICKORY, N.C. > Soccer
Solesbee, a senior forward at Montreat College, scored a goal and tied for the second-most assists in NAIA history when she had six in the Lady Cavaliers' 7-1 win over Toccoa Falls. She is tied for the most career goals (46) in school history; she scored 22 of the team's 53 goals last season.
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Margeaux Sinibaldi
VENICE, FLA. > Volleyball
Sinibaldi, a senior libero for reigning Division II champion Tampa, is the Sunshine State Conference's alltime leader in digs (1,926). A second-team All-America and first-team All-South last year, she holds every major school defensive record, including digs in a season (606) and career digs per game (5.08).
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