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  • New action pix and stories from Penn Relays
    • Girls 4x400: Blow by blow of epic battle between the two best anchors ever at Penn Relays -- Shalonda Solomon beats Sheryl Morgan to lead Poly Long Beach CA to US record.
    • US wins Battle of Jamaica - the big plaque goes to American schools in 7 out of 8 relays
    • Boys 4x400: Poly Long Beach CA survives dropped baton in prelims, and then Derrick Jones' 45.7 anchor catches the double-twin team of Winslow NJ.
    • Girls 4x100 - Poly Long Beach CA is second US team ever to break 45 seconds.
    • Girls 4x800: Kay-Ann Thompson's 2:08.4 anchor gives Jamaica its only relay win this year.
    • Girls 400m Hurdles - Nicole Leach sprinted from 4th to 2nd after the last hurdle because "I wanted that watch," she told Don Rich of PennTrackXC. She got a coveted Penn Relays watch, as the first American finisher behind winner Sheryl Morgan of Jamaica.
    • Girls 3000 - Victoria Webster takes title back to England.
  • DONNA ON THE SIDE
    at the Penn Relays
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    Winners got congrats from Bill Cosby, who kept them all laughing.

    left,
    Poly Long Beach CA girls relay team with Cosby.

"Scuba Steve" Magness' story
how he came to run 4:01.58 1600m

"Scuba Steve" Magness
takes different route to success

Whether he’s rapping with the wired world – or “wrapping” a new victim’s yard with his FMR crazies – “Scuba Steve” Magness of Klein Oak HS (Texas) is a kinda crazy, but perfectly accessible regular guy. He plays hard … and runs harder.

Is he the next 4-minute miler?

Stephen "SteveU" Underwood profiles Texas runner who is startling the country in his senior season.

National rankings
Jim Spier's Top 5
April 29 update includes all the weekend action.
Gourley's list -- first Hammer Throw rankings of season
Shelton WA sr Nick Owens 231'11" and Westminster GA sr Marie Stringer 179'06" are the national leaders.

This Week
major meets around the country and highlights from the states   

California
DyeStatCal
saturation coverage of the Golden State by Doug Speck and Rich Gonzalez
Penn Relays - the California angles, Poly Long Beach. On-site coverage by Kirby Lee.
Reports from big meets in California, including the Orange County Championships, where T.J. Fakehinde joined the year's 7-foot high jumpers club.

alphabetical by state

Arkansas
Arkansas week 5
Weekly report by ArkansasTrackStats.com

Illinois
Stephen Pifer's double
Edwardsville IL sr Stephen Pifer, who has been running great all spring, had a fine 1600/3200 double in 8:57.8 and 4:14.1 in the Madison County championships Apr 29. The national Foot Locker cross country finalist is signed to attend the University of Colorado next year. [Scott Bush, IllinoisRunner.com]

Iowa
Drake Relays - Apr 24-26 at DesMoines IA.
Boys - Andy Brodell 10.65 +4.6 100m. Charles City IA soph Greg Coffman 52.59 400H (Jordan Crosby 52.92). Jaron VanMaanen 7-0 HJ. DesMoines East 1:28.91 4x200. Brandon Franklin 170-5 DT. Iowa City 3:32.49 SMR.
Girls - Sara Boisen doubles 14.27 +1.4 and 1:03.16 100H/400H. Sheena James 45-6.25 SP. Crystal Hanson 5-7 HJ. Nelle Trefs 10:04.87 3000m. Rachel Jansen 138-4 DT. Iowa City 9:20.35 4x800

Nebraska
Central Nebraska Championships Apr 28 at Grand Island Northwest HS
Great pole vaulting by Grand Island Central Catholic seniors. Gable Baldwin cleared 16-4 for a Nebraska state record. Jenny Green hit 13-2, best in the US this season.

New Jersey
Mike Morrison back in action; signs for Florida
After a brief ineligibility caused by failing to turn in homework on time, Willingboro NJ sr Mike Morrison, the nation's leading high jumper, is expected to return to action Friday in the South Jersey Invitational. A battle of 24-foot long jumpers could ensue, with Morrison facing Anthony Miles of Winslow Twp. Morrrison also was reported by the Newark Star-Ledger to have decided on the University of Florida for college.

New York
St. Peter's Keys Run Apr 26 at Saratoga Spa State Park
No rest for Nicole Blood -- After anchoring Saratoga's DMR and 4x800 efforts at Penn Relays Thursday and Friday, the Saratoga NY freshman won the St. Peter's Keys 5k in 17:19.37. The USATF certified Adirondack runners Grand Prix event was run on paved roads in the park.

North Carolina
Pepsi Outback Classic Apr 26 at Reynolds HS
Cade Liverman doubles 14.11 110H and 38.13 300H. Mitch Greeley 15-7 PV. Reynolds girls, T.C. Roberson boys.

Oklahoma
Jenks Invitational Apr 25 at Jenks OK
Oklahoma state record 1600 is run by 2002 state champ Jessica Eldridge, Broken Arrow senior, beating Brianna McLeod 4:54.23 to 4:57.20, with Rachel Barber third at 5:13.31. There was also a hot 800 meters with Watonga sr Jason Coleman 1:52.55 edging Sand Springs sr Marcus Mayes 1:52.92.

Oregon
29th Centennial Invitational Apr 26 at Portland - 36 DyeStat Elite marks
Mike McGrath 1:48.56 is new Oregon record;
Benson girls, Gresham boys win team titles;
good javelin marks by Casey Kauffman 209-4, Kara Patterson 154-4

Lincoln OR senior shatters the previous Oregon record of 1:49.94 (Seth Wetzel of Jesuit at the 1992 Golden West). The 800 was not especially deep in talent and the night was quite cold, so it didn't look promising. But Joaquin Chapa of Grant boldly led the first lap in a very stiff :53, setting up the second lap perfectly. As Chapa and McGrath ran through the curve at the beginning of the second lap the pace seemed to slow a bit, and then Michael bolted to the lead and seemed to start running through gears like a drag racer. He just seemed to go faster and faster with remarkable leg turnover. The Centennial crowd is not unused to fast 800s (1:52 and better in recent years), but McGrath floored them with his speed. There's a BIG difference between 1:51 and 1:48.There is talk of McGrath looking for a fast mile down in Eugene at the Oregon Twilight Invitational on May 3, and perhaps snaring an invitation to the Prefontaine Classic on May 24. It could happen. He sure had speed tonight. [Dennis Bromka]

Apr 24-26, Philadelphia

April 24-26, 2003 at Philadelphia PA - a DyeStat on-site meet
biggest meet of them all: 334 events, 100,000 attendance, 10,000+ athletes
| DyeStat Penn page | Complete Results on one page | Winners Table & index to events |
| Donna on the Side - the scenes of athletes, coaches and parents on the sidelines |

Action pix, splits and quotes

Poly Long Beach girls
4x100 and 4x400
Poly Long Beach boys
4x400 and 4x800

Ari Lambie
Girls Mile

Deep Creek VA
Boys 4x100
Red Bank NJ
Girls DMR
John Richardson
Boys Mile
Northport NY
Boys DMR
Brian Dalpiaz
Boys 3000
Victoria Webster
Girls 3000
Sheryl Morgan
400m hurdles
Edwin Allen JAM
Girls 4x800

Tennessee
Kenwood Classic Apr 26 at Clarksville TN
Evanston Twp IL girls double 46.89 and 1:38.84 4x100/4x400.
John Yarbrough 14.04 110H. Chris Pearson 10.69 100m.

Texas
Texas Regionals - 352 DyeStat Elite marks
Second qualifying round of the pressure-packed state championship system -- only the top 2 in each region advance to the state championship in Austin May 9-10. See how many can make DyeStat Elite national rankings but can't make the state meet.
Laporte sr Kerron Clement 35.42 set a new Texas record for 300m hurdles and just missed the national record by 0.10. It was the third fastest 300H time ever in the US (George Porter CA 35.32 in 1985 and Bershawn Jackson FL 35.39 last year). He also won 100H in 5A region 3 in 13.74.
Some more highlights:
Boys
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Lewisville's Earvin Parker 10.41 and 20.53.
--Alief Elsik sr Marvin Stevenson 47.07 400m.
--Cedar Hill jr Jason Richardson 13.56 110H and 36.79 300H.
--Estacado's Bryan Scott 36.45 300H.
--Cinco Ranch jr Scott Sellers 7-0 HJ.
--Carr's Bryan Davenport 24-6.5
--Plano East sr Terrance Wheatley 50-1, first 50 foot triple jump of the season.
--Carroll Southlake jr Ty Barrington 17-3.75, expanding the 2003 17-foot club to four.
--Bowie Arlington 40.24 and 1:25.59
--Greenville 1:25.56
--four 4x400 teams under 3:14: Estacado 3:13.17, Lancaster 3:13.43, Humble 3:13.60, and Ennis 3:13.65.
Girls
--Wyatt sr Ladedra Guy 11.59 and 24.05.
--Elsik's Gloria Asumnu 11.53
--Navasota's Antoinette Lee 23.99.
--Langham Creek's Nina Gilbert 54.49
--Skyline Dallas sr Jennifer Hunt 2:12.05
--Langham Creek sr Brittany Brockman 4:54.61 1600m
--Granbury sr Rachel Collins 10:39.26 3200m
--Westbury Houston jr Jessica Ohanaja 13.75 100H (Alandra Sherman 13.91)
--Lufkin's Lindsey Adams 42.60 300H
--McMullen County sr Ashley Robbins 5-11 HJ
--Elsik's Francheska Ketchung 20-0 LJ.
--Plano East jr Erica McLain 41-6 TJ
--12 foot pole vaulters: Cedar Park's Lacey Smith, Martin Arlington soph Jessica Trujillo, Luling's Jennifer Matthews, and Hays Buda jr Brittni Lawrence.
--Red Oak sr Michelle Carter 54-4.5 SP, a new national record and almost 10 feet better than the next best girl in the regionals. Carter also led in discus at 153-11.
--Elsik 45.42 and 1:35.92
--South Grand Prairie 46.45 and 1:38.23
--Lancaster 46.18 and 3:46.72.

another national record !!!
Michelle Carter 54-4.5 shot put
 
Red Oak TX sr Michelle Carter, who set a national indoor record in shot put of 54-9.5 at the Nike Indoor Championships last month, smashed the outdoor record with a throw of 54-4.5 Saturday 4/26 in the Texas 4A region 2 championships. Carter had two more throws -- 53-10 and 53-9.5 -- better than the old record (53-7.75 Natalie Kaaiawahea CA 1983), giving her the best 3 throws in US high school history. This makes the US high school shot put record a Carter family affair. Michelle's dad Michael holds the boys record with perhaps the most unbeatable record in the book, a prodigious 81-3.5 at the Golden West Invitational in 1979. Michael Carter went on to a Super Bowl and all-Pro career in football with the San Francisco 49ers. There is still another Carter thrower in the wings. Michelle's younger sister D'Andra, a sophomore, was second in the shot put at 40-2. Michelle and D'Andra also went 1-2 in discus at 153-11 and 148-10.

Virginia
Dogwood Classic
Apr 26 at the U. of Virginia, Charlottesville VA - Results and 16 DyeStat Elite performances
Keino 9:06.13 edges Tatu by 0.23 - No rest for Sarah Bowman
(2:11.32, 4:49.52, 5-0 HJ and 56+ relay split just 2 days after PR in mile at Penn Relays
)
[from Milesplit.com]: "Fauquier sophomore Sarah Bowman was coming off an exceptional race at the Penn Relays on Thursday where she ran a personal best mile time of 4:48.69 to take runner-up honors in the prestigous race. With only one day of rest after that hard run, Bowman completed successfully an amazing triple at the Dogwood Track Classic. Going up against basically the best the state has to offer in the 1600 and 800 meter races, Bowman came away with decisive wins as she took off from the gun in each victory with times of 4:49.52 and 2:11.32 respectively. Having already put all of the athletes and spectators on hand in awe after those two performances, she did it again with a jaw-dropping high 56 split in the 4x400 meter relay. That goes without mention, Bowman also cleared 5 feet in the high jump earlier in the day."
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NLI signing period starts
The NCAA national letter of intent late signing period starts April 16 and runs until August 1. Athletes who did not sign in the fall period can sign now. Send your college choices to [email protected]. More than 300 early signing choices are listed in Choices 2003.

DyeStat Elite
2003 Outdoor Cutoff Table
What will it take to be ranked in the DyeStat Elite top 100 national rankings in the 2003 outdoor season? What did it take to be US#1 in 2002? US#50? What did it take to win the major meets last year? What did it take last year to be All-American (6th at the adidas Outdoor Championships)? What will it take to get in AOC or Junior Nationals this year? The answers are in the DyeStat Elite cutoff table. Send qualifying performances to John Dye with date, location, meet name, event, position, performance, wind, handheld or FAT, and a way to verify (preferably a web site).
First outdoor rankings will be posted April 23.

National Indoor Rankings
DyeStat Elite lists 3,200 performances
DyeStat Elite -- 3,200 performances from 436 meets meeting DyeStat Elite cutoffs for top 100 national ranking with data received by March 12.. There are 10 new national leaders among 400 new marks since the last update. March 12 update
Indoor rankings will be updated one final time.
Jim Spier's Top 5 - separate lists for banked and oversized ovals - March 20 update
Roth's Race Walk 2003 indoor race walk national rankings - March 22 final indoor - Roth's Race Walk All Americans
Gourley's List 2003 indoor weight throw national rankings - March 30 update

Nike Athlete of the Week
presented by DyeStat
2003 Outdoor #3
Shalonda Solomon - leader of the Beach Pack
Chris Solinsky - best of the best
Nike Athlete of the Week index for 2002-2003
2003 Outdoor #1 - Willie Hordge, Allyson Felix
2003 Outdoor #2 - Xavier Carter, Ashlee Brown

 

Crowded post-season schedule
Eight days in June present high school athletes a crowded schedule of post-season meets.
Those we know of are:
13-14 adidas Outdoor Championships
14 New England Championships
14 Midwest Meet of Champions (MI, OH, WV, IN)
14 Iowa Senior Spotlight (IL, WI, NE, IA)
15 Golden West Invitational
16 Holmdel Invitational
17-18 Connecticut Multi-Events
19-21 USA Outdoor (Junior Nationals)


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Last Week

major meets around the country and highlights from the states   
alphabetical by state

  • Mt. SAC Relays - National records for Allyson Felix, Wilson Long Beach girls. Donovan Kilmartin wins university/open pole vault..
  • Volunteer Classic - Cyntheia Rooks doubles. Dusty Miller 4:11.53
  • Brainerd Invitational - Meaghan Owen has strong double in Connecticut
  • Kansas Relays - Drew Morano, Leonel Manzano, Ashleigh Keats, Katya Kostetskaya
  • Texas Districts - 267 DyeStat Elite performances ranked

Arkansas
AR week by ArkansasTrackStats.com
Week 4 - Week 3 - Week 2 - Stephanie Irwin 12-4 PV. Katya Kostetskaya 43.84 300H. Shonda Martin 43-4 SP. Aaron Puckett 15-0 PV.

Mt. SAC Relays
National records for Allyson Felix and Wilson Long Beach girls; Donovan Kilmartin 17-4.5. Mt. SAC Relays page

Allyson Felix 22.51 !!!
trounces pros and Marion Jones' 200m record - wind legal +1.3
"It wasn't even close," said an observer, after Los Angeles Baptist high school star roared off the turn at Mt. SAC and never let elites like Angela Williams and Inger Miller in the race. Olympic champion Marion Jones set the old high school record in 1992 while running for Thousand Oaks CA HS.

Donovan Kilmartin 17-4.5
Eagle ID senior wins University/Open pole vault at Mt. SAC


Mt. SAC HS results & dozens of pix on DyeStatCal - 123 DyeStat Elite performances -
USR stands in 1600 Sprint Medley after 5-hour DQ tug of war
Wilson Long Beach CA girls
3:53.28 break national record, lose it to jewelry DQ, win it back on Games Committee ruling. Ashley Freeman's 2:09.2 800m anchor keys the time, with Wilson winning by 25 seconds. William Penn PA's 1997 team held the old 3record of 3:54.39.
Allyson Felix 11.24 +2.7 100m - Kira Costa 13-1.75 PV - Poly Long Beach girls 45.36 4x100 and 9:06 4x800 (Wilson Long Beach 9:13.77) - Poly Long Beach boys 7:52.19 4x800 and 41.99 4x100 (anchor Derrick Jones comes from third over Taft and University City). Mohammed Trafeh doubles 3:53.78 1500m and 8:32.55 3000m. Claire Rethmeier 4:34.96 1500m. Jasmine Lee 53.98. Mario Cobian 1:54.30. Kelly McCann 2:12.51. Sparkling double for Sparkle Anderson 19-0.5 -2.1 and 40-4.5 +2.9.

Connecticut
Brainerd Invitational
Apr 19, Trinity College, Hartford CT
- details on MySportsResults
Meaghan Owen doubles 4:49.78 1600m and 2:15.63 800m.
Kenneth Walker doubles 10.65 and 22.01.

Georgia
GA Honor Roll
Andrew Hudson's April 23 lists.

Indiana
Midwest Prep Invitational Apr 19 at Lawrence Central HS
Carmel girls, Lawrence North boys. Mark Jelks 10.67. Nef Araia 9:13.92 3200m. Brandys Green doubles 14.49 110H and 38.11 300H. Lawrence Central boys 3:18.40 4x400. Mumford Detroit boys 7:54.95 4x800. Clay Helvie 6-9 HJ (Jason Williams 6-8). Cory Martin doubles 58-6.75 SP and 177-7.5 DT. Cassie Hunt doubles 5:04.18 1600m and 11:28.37 3200m. .

Kansas
Kansas Relays
Apr 18-19 at KU, Lawrence KS
with Tony Bozarth's report and photos by Errol Anderson

Drew Morano 10.61 and 46.81.
Leonel Manzano
1:51.54 MR. Melanie Uher 156-3 DT.
Trisa Nickoley
2:12.53 800m.
Brianna McLeod
10:48.41 3200.
Ashleigh Keats152-10 JT
Katya Kostetskaya 2:07.23 US#1 800m (College women)

Kentucky
Bulldog Classic
Arthur Davis, Evanston IL girls, Bobby Curtis, Chip Heuser, Andy Fryman.
Boys - Arthur Davis 46.46 400m MR (Ricardo Chamber 46.77). Bobby Curtis 1:52.89 800m. Jason Craig 21.54 200m. Chip Heuser 16-6. Andy Fryman 62-1.5.
Girls - Ashley Davis 14.33 100H. Evanston IL triples, all meet records: 1:38.10 4x200 , 47.37 4x100, and 3:54.39. Leah Kincaid 44.41 300H MR.

Montana
Great Falls Optimist
Zoe Nelson doubles 4:56.59 and 10:40.1 1600/3200. Carlee Clark triples 12.55, 25.78, and 56.30 100/200/400.

North Carolina
NC Honor Roll #7
Gene Cherry's lists as of April 23

Ohio
Wesley Smith out for season
Hudson OH senior, second at the Foot Locker Cross Country national finals in December and 3-time Ohio champion, has a stress fracture and will be sidelined the rest of the season. Smith will attend North Carolina State in the fall.

Pennsylvania
PA Week 4/19 by Don Rich

Christina Smith 62.20 400H
William Penn girls 3:52.72 4x400
Brad Zimmerman 217-10 JT
Gwynedd-Mercy girls 12:08.8 DMR

South Dakota
Ashley Nord 12-3
Stevens Rapid City senior is first South Dakota girl to pole vault above 12 feet. She did it at the Track-O-Rama in Rapid City Apr 17.

Tennessee
41st Volunteer Classic
Apr 18-19 at Knoxville TN - Performance Lists - Preview - Results
1,200 athletes from 10 states
Boys - Beaufort SC Aulton Kohn doubles 10.64 +0.4 100m and 21.83 +0.6 200m. West Knoxville sr Dusty Miller 4:11.53 1600m. Reynolds NC jr Cade Liverman 14.21 -1.3 (Derek Boykin 14.31). Carrollton GA 1:27.67 4x200. Houston TN sr Mike Hogue 15-0 PV.
Girls - Northampton West sr Cyntheia Rooks doubles 12.22 -0.4 and 23.94 +1.0 (Courtney Champion 23.95). Collins Hill GA doubles 47.55 4x100 and 1:07.18 shuttle hurdle. Thornwell SC sr Sara Young 12-0 PV. Brentwood GA sr Lauren Stewart 39-10.75 -0.7. Brentwood's Beth Maher 42-0 SP.

Texas
TX District Meets
267 DyeStat Elite performances in Classes 5A, 4A, and 3A ranked.

Washington
Pasco Invitational
Boys -
Auburn 10:21.13 DMR, with 4:11 anchor by Carl Moe. (Mead 10:24.23). Carl Moe 1:54.03 800m. D.J. Brown 15-3 PV. Craig Kent 58-1.5 SP. Skyler McDonald 190-0 JT.
Girls -
Megan O'Reilly 5:00.43 1600m. Becca Noble 55.78 400m. Amanda Faire 43-0.5 SP. Sarah Burns 18-9 LJ. Kara Patterson 157-6 MR JT. Emily Enders 12-0 MR PV.

 

David Kimani, 4-time NCAA champion distance runner, collapsed Wednesday April 16 in his University of Alabama dining hall and died. Ricky Quintana remembers Kimani.

 

photo by Mike Leary at the SEC cross country championships

ACC Women's Pole Vault
We took the weekend off from high school track meets to attend the Atlantic Coast Conference outdoor championships at North Carolina State University in Raleigh NC. Our daughter Natalie, a senior at the University of Maryland, finished second to NCAA indoor champion Lacy Janson of Florida State.

College choices
Sara Young - Thornwell SC pole vaulter (12-7) has chosen Clemson.
Cole Herron - Sanger CA high jumper (7-0) has accepted an appointment to the US Naval Academy.
Distance runners Pete Hess of Toms River North NJ and Patrick Bailey, four-time Maryland state champ, will run for the University of Maryland.
Darren Woods - Tacoma WA sprinter has committed to UC-Berkeley.
Chase Shealy - South Carolina pole vaulter (17-0) will attend Arkansas State to be close to Earl Bell's pole vault camp.
Briene Simmons - Georgia 800 meter champion (2:08) will sign with Penn State.
Meghan Braffet - Illinois distance star has chosen the University of Maryland.
Mullen twins
- Bronxville NY distance stars Caroline and Catha Mullen will go to Princeton.
Amy Seward
- Virginia state LJ/TJ champ will fly south to the University of Miami FL.
Steve Hassen and Ryder Leary Florida distance standouts will stay in state to run for the University of Florida (from Ricky Quintana on RunFlorida.com)
Jennifer Boyd - Hickory VA distance star (4:56.34 mile, 10:53.40 2 mile indoors) chooses North Carolina State.
Laura Meyers - CA Div 4 cross country champion, will travel across the continent to New York City to run for Columbia University.
Janice Davis - of Natchez MS, will give Stanford a sprinter (11.33, 23.38, and 52.92) to go with their mighty distance corps.
Chaime Breaux - Killeen TX sprinter (6.73 US#1) and triple jumper (48-7.75 US#3) has chosen Texas Christian.
Bobby Mack
- North Forsyth Winston Salem NC miler (4:12.11 US#4 this season) will attend North Carolina State.
Rachel Umberger - Concord NH, 2:09.67 800m national champion at Raleigh last June, has chosen Duke.
Amy Menlove - Alta UT sprint and long jump champion will attend Brigham Young
Deyon Williams - Suitland MD sprint, hurdle, and high jump champ has signed with Virginia.
Kelly Reynolds - Toll Gate RI hammer/weight thrower (Golden West champion) has committed to Duke.
See 300 college choices by the class of 2003 listed by state and college. Signing Pix too

 

Announcing
RacePacer
a handheld computer driven, wireless, programmable training aid invented by the coach of the national record setting United Stars of Philadelphia.
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Hail to the Cross Country Parents
A special edition of Donna on the Side - Donna Dye's survey of cross country moms and dads tells their emotions, dreams, and fears as they watch from the sidelines.
Hail to the Parents

SCHOLAR-ATHLETE Donna Dye's guide to the college recruiting game: eligibility rules, recruiting rules, experiences, organizations, helpful web sites, scholarships & loans, and careers & majors.


DyeStat Featured Meets
Meets that are covered in depth by DyeStat in 2002-2003
* = DyeStat on-site meet

 


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