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September 01, 1958
Nancie Rideout, 20, shapely Cypress Gardens, Fla. water skier, was in rare form at national championships in Pine Mountain, Ga., winning slalom, tricks event and completing grand slam with world record 89-foot jump.
May 20, 1974
Phil Partridge, 63, a civil engineer from New York City, set world age-group records in all five throwing events (discus, shotput, javelin, hammer and 35-pound weight) in one day at a Masters meet in Raleigh, N.C.,...
May 24, 1976
Bruce Kimball, 12, became the youngest male ever to qualify for the U.S. Olympic Diving Trials when he finished ninth at the National AAU Senior Men's 10-meter competition in Cleveland. His sister VICKI, 15, placed...
June 21, 1999
Just Dune ItSandboarding used to be snowboarding's slow-footed cousin. Then came Formica. Fused to a snowboard's underside, the Depression-era plastic makes sand as slide-friendly as champagne powder and has...
September 17, 2001
Charley Brackett, Alstead, N.H.CanoeingBrackett, 38, won three age-group gold medals at the Whitewater Open Canoe National Championships in Ohiopyle, Pa. He took first in the solo formula 16 competition and teamed...