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March 01, 2010
It baffles me that whenever a black athlete takes a different approach in a sport dominated by whites (Olympic Preview, Alone at the Top, Feb. 8) suspicion seems to surround that effort. While Bode Miller is perceived as a rebel, Shani Davis is inscrutable and not forthcoming. Could it be that Davis simply found a way of training that suits him?
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March 01, 2010

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Josh Bever, Las Vegas

Many people may believe that Joe Carbone took a step down by leaving his "glamorous" job to become a P.E. teacher, but anyone who chooses to make a difference in the physical well-being of our nation's disadvantaged is taking a huge step up. Thank you, Joe, for putting kids first.

Nicci West, Alliance, Ohio

Swimsuit

As a psychiatrist, neurologist and football fan, I thank you for the timely release of the Swimsuit Issue. Since the Vikings lost to the Saints in the NFC Championship Game, I fear the incidence of depression in Minnesota has surpassed the national average.

Craig Qualey, Eagan, Minn.

Congratulations to SI for including a South Asian woman and an Ivy Leaguer in the Swimsuit Issue, both in the form of Sonia Dara. The beauty of those groups has been underrepresented in past editions.

Gerald W. Weaver II, Bethesda, Md.

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