Volume 96, Issue 68
Thursday, January 30, 2003

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Gazette Sports Interrogation

In lieu of some phenomenal individual performances this past week on campus (Jimmy Grozelle's 50 points and Ryan Held's 4 goals), The Gazette asked what various students thought was the most amazing individual athletic performance, or feat their eyes had ever witnessed.



"Kirk Gibson's pinch-hit home run to win game one of the 1988 World Series."
– Kyle Wasko
Friend of Gazette sports



"Cal Ripken breaking the Major League Baseball record for consecutive games played."
– Peter Paz
History/Politics IV



"Joe Carter's home run against Mitch "Mullet" Williams (in game six) to win the 1993 World Series."
– Erich Isopp
Undeclared II



"South Korea beating Italy in the World Cup. Viva Korea!"
-– Anonymous
Aninimity II



"Hermann Maier's 42 World Cup wins in skiing."
-– Paul McCleese
English II



"The Canadian national hockey team winning Olympic gold last year. Canada beating the U.S. in hockey is always a good thing."
– Jarrett Lanteigne,
Health Science I



"The Canada-Russia hockey series in 1972. That impressed me the most in all this time."
– Craig Seymore
Sports Junkie III



"Donovan Bailey beating Michael Johnson [in the 150 metre race at the Skydome]."
– Bob Vendrasco,
Health Science IV



"Seeing somebody puke on the finish line of a 22 kilometre race."
– Jamie Levey
ACS IV



"When we came first in the international division for cheerleading in Daytona, Florida."
– Amy Misura
Film II

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