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|| Contest Winners: 2002

Sports Shooter 2002 Contest Winners (page 2)

Winter Olympics: First Place
US Kirsten Clark in action during the women's Super G for the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympic Winter Games in Snowbasin 17 February 2002.
Awarded: Pocket Wizard, donated by Penn Camera.

Winter Olympics: Second Place
John Biever (far right) and other photographers try to catch a competitor in the K-120 ski jump as he comes off the lip of the jump.
Awarded: Canon 8x25 IS binoculars, donated by Canon.

Winter Olympics: Third Place
GARY BOGDON, Orlando Sentinel
Apolo Anton Ohno (369), South Korea's Hyun Soo Ahn (348) and Canada's Mathieu Turcotte (319) pile up in the final turn of the 2002 Winter Olympics men's 1000m short track speed skating finals.
Awarded: AquaTech Sports Shield, donated by Roberts Distributors.

Student Portfolio: First Place
WILLIE J. ALLEN, JR, San Franicsco State University
Awarded: Scholarship to the Rich Clarkson Sports Photography Workshop donated by Rich Clarkson & Associates and Nikon.
Muddy Buddy contestant crawls through the fifty-foot mud pit, which is the last of the four obstacles in the two-person bike and run competition.
Tony Valdez, right, waits while the referee counts to six for Jose Martinez, left, in the first round of the fight at Pojoaque High School. Valdez later won the match when he sent Martinez to the mat with a quick right in the first round.
Sacred Heart Cathedral High School players celebrate after their big win against rival St. Ignatius High School.
Ohio State player Terence Dials takes a finger in the eye from a Missouri Tiger player during the first round of the NCAA's basketball tournament.
Seattle Mariner Jeff Cirillo breaks his bat on a pitch from right hander Aaron Harang of the Oakland A's.

Student Portfolio: Second Place
CHRIS KEANE, University North Carolina, Charlotte
Awarded: Lowepro Pro Roller, donated by Lowepro.
Carolina Panthers Emmanuel McDaniel (25), Mike Minter (30) and Mark Fields (58) flip Tampa Bay Buccaneers Ken Dilger (85) around Sunday afternoon at Ericsson Stadium.
UNC Charlotte's Curtis Nash (1) battles with Colorado's Blair Wilson (43) for the ball in the first half Saturday afternoon at Halton Arena.
UNC Charlotte freshman middleback Lisa Newell had 302 kills, 110 blocks and 71 digs on the season.
UNC Charlotte freshman middleback Lisa Newell had 302 kills, 110 blocks and 71 digs on the season.
UNC Charlotte's Laura Swain returns the ball Tuesday afternoon.

Student Portfolio: Third Place
JUSTIN KASE CONDER, California State University, Fresno
Awarded: Lowerpro 650 AW Bag donated by Lowepro.
Resembling the man he most aspires to be, Sudan native and Fresno State's most powerful forward, Mustafa Al-Sayyad, cannot not help but let his smile shine when speaking of his icon, the great Michael Jordan.
Fresno State's Nick Watney, who was recently ranked first in the nation by two national polls, smacks the ball out of bunker during the Fresno State-Lexus Classic. Watney went on to win the Classic 69-70-65.
Fresno State's Mandy Hollister prepares for the 100-meter hurdles during Saturday's meet against Cal Poly and Nevada State. Hollister took second in the race but was later given the first place award after Nevada states Kayla Merritt was disqualified.
Having two young children and being 42 aren't enough to keep "old school" skateboarder Russell Sedgwick from tearing up the walls of abandoned pools around Sacramento. Sedgwick and his friends skate various pools around the city about four times a month when they can find them; a task that hasn't been much of problem lately with the help of an unnamed source who finds the pools while cruising the skies in his helicopter.
Racing neck and neck, Star Bullet and Constitution make their way towards the finish line during Wednesday at the Big Fresno Fair. The race ended in a photo finish with Star Bullet coming away with the win.

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