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|| SportsShooter.com: News Item: Posted 2000-02-23

Sports Shooter Contest Winners Announced
By Robert Hanashiro

Here are the winners from the Second annual Sports Shooter Photo Contest:

BEST JUBE / DEJECTION DIGITAL
First Place
John Leyba / The Denver Post
(Awarded a Versa-Flex Multi Use Case (from Versa-Flex) and Microtech USB
Dual Card Reader (from Penn Camera).

Second Place
David Bergman / Miami Herald
(Awarded a Versa-Flex Multi Use Case.)

Third Place
Mike Blake / Reuters
(Awarded a Fujifilm Backpack.)

BEST JUBE / DEJECTION FILM
First Place
Scott Strazzante / Herald News, Frankfort, IL
(Awarded 100 rolls of Kodak E200 film.)

Second Place
Anacleto Rapping / L.A. Times
(Awarded 50 rolls of Kodak E200 film.)

Third place
Rhona Wise / AFP, Miami, FL.
(Awarded a Fujifilm Backpack.)

BEST PICTURE / NO BALL
First Place
Tony McDonough / The Age, Melbourne, Australia
(Awarded a pair of Canon 10x30 IS Binoculars.)

Second Place
Paul Morse / LA Times
(Awarded 50 rolls of Kodak E200 film.)

Third Place
Craig Kohlruss / Fresno Bee
(Awarded a Fujifilm Backpack.)

NO PRO / NO COLLEGE / DIGITAL
First place
Paul Rutherford / Tulsa World
(Awarded a Versa-Flex Multi Use Case from Versa-Flex and Microtech USB Dual
Card Reader (rom Penn Camera.)

Second Place
Jay LaPrete / AP, Columbus, OH
(Awarded a LowePro Stealth Camera Bag from Roberts Distributors.)
No Pro / No College / Digital

Third place
David Carlson / North County Times, Temecula, CA
(Awarded a Fujifilm Backpack.)

NO PRO / NO COLLEGE / FILM
First Place
John Cowpland / Hawkes Bay Today, Napier, New Zealand
(Awarded a pair of Canon 10x30 IS Binoculars.)

Second Place
Grant J. Currie / Watertown Daily Times, Canton, NY
(Awarded 50 rolls of Kodak E200 film.)

Third Place
Ken Redmond / Ken Redmond Photography
(Awarded a Fujifilm Backpack.)

PICTURE OF THE YEAR
Brian Peterson / Minneapolis Star-Tribune
(Awarded a Nikon F100 Camera Body.)

Second Place
Scott Audette / Tampa Bay Lightning
(Awarded 50 rolls of Kodak E200 film.)

Third place
Vincent Laforet / Allsport
(Awarded a Fujifilm Backpack.)

Winners were awarded prizes thanks to the generous donations from the following people: Bruce Kwitny of Roberts Distributors; Jason Ness and Wayne Shipman of Kodak; Bob Luce of Fujifilm; Chuck Westfall of Canon USA; Ron Taniwaki of Nikon; Larry Nolan of Versa-Flex and Jeff Snyder of Penn Camera.

All of this year's winning images can be viewed on the Sports Shooter Archive website. Follow the links at: http://www.manginphotography.com/intropage.html

This year's contest was judged by Wally Skalij of the Los Angeles Times, Peter Read Miller of Sports Illustrated and Robert Hanashiro of USA Today. Special thanks to Nikon for hosting the judging in their Torrance, CA office.


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