By Vicente Marcelo
, Courier Sports Writer
The James Logan Colts Varsity Boys and Girls Track and Field Team has dominated the Mission Valley Athletic League for quite a while. They have placed and qualified for the North Coast Section Finals and State Finals for more than ten consecutive years.
Unfortunately, this year the boy’s track team fell short of the league title by losing to the Newark Memorial Cougars. However, the Girls track team dominated league and finished with an undefeated overall record.
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By Tim Johnson
McClatchy Newspapers (MCT)
BEIJING — Health officials said Wednesday that they were prepared for an array of nightmare terrorist attacks on the Beijing Summer Olympic Games, ranging from anthrax and black plague to radiological "dirty bombs."
"We have already made full preparations," Jin Dapeng, the head of medical security for the Olympic Games, said at a news briefing.
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A plague of Elvises run the Bay By Anne Chen, Courier Editor-in-Chief
to Breakers. Anne Chen/Courier Photo
The largest, anything-goes, foot-race marathon known as the notorious Bay to Breakers took place on the third Sunday of this May. More than 60,000 runners, spectators and rather oddly dressed people gathered around San Francisco to run 12 kilometers through the tortilla-littered streets. The Bay to Breakers has been an annual pride for the city since 1912 and holds the Guinness World record for the highest participant footrace in the world.
Posted by courier at 06:45 AM. Filed under: Features
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