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FACES IN THE CROWD
June 05, 1995
Kristen Schneider REGINA, SASKATCHEWAN Kristen, 14, won gold medals in the 100-, 200-, 400- and 800-meter freestyles and the 100- and 200-meter backstrokes at the Edmonton Keyano International swimming championships. She also got a silver in the 200 IM and a bronze in the 100 butterfly as she earned the meet's outstanding swimmer award.
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June 05, 1995

Faces In The Crowd

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Kristen Schneider
REGINA, SASKATCHEWAN
Kristen, 14, won gold medals in the 100-, 200-, 400- and 800-meter freestyles and the 100- and 200-meter backstrokes at the Edmonton Keyano International swimming championships. She also got a silver in the 200 IM and a bronze in the 100 butterfly as she earned the meet's outstanding swimmer award.

Brett Roehm
WILLSHIRE, OHIO
Roehm, a senior pitcher at Ohio Northern, set the Division III career strikeout record with an 11-whiff, three-hit performance against Heidelburg College. He finished the regular season with 134 strikeouts in 107? innings, a 14-1 record and a 1.59 ERA for the 33-11 Polar Bears.

Charmaine Hooper
OTTAWA
Hooper, 27, a midfielder for the Canadian women's soccer team, scored her 20th and 21st national team goals in a 3-0 shutout of Australia, which made her Canada's alltime leading goal scorer in international competition and broke the record of 19 held by Dale Mitchell.

Jeremy Wotherspoon
RED DEER, ALBERTA
Wotherspoon, 18, set the world junior men's 1,000-meter speed skating record with a time of 1:14.11 at the Oval Finale meet at Calgary's Olympic Oval. He also set a junior world record by scoring 148.350 points for his times in two 500-meter and two 1,000-meter sprints at the Calgary meet.

Lauretta Gregoire
PORTLAND, MAINE
Gregoire, 41, became the first woman to achieve master status in hapkido, making her the highest-ranking female martial artist in the world. She trained under hapkido's founder, Choi, "Young Sool. She also finished first in the form with weapons competition at the national karate championships.

Joni-Ann Bender
MISSISSAUGA, ONT.
Bender, 32, a Toronto police officer, broke her own 5,000-meter race walk meet record with a time of 25:27 at the World Police and Fire Games in Melbourne, the world's second-largest amateur athletic competition. She also got a bronze medal in the half marathon.

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