Volume 96, Issue 92
Tuesday March 25, 2003
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LAST UPDATED: Tuesday, March 25, 2003 - 12:45 p.m.

Triathletes tear-up campus
Kaye and Loaring win big

Two Canadian Olympic triathlon hopefuls kicked off their 2003 racing seasons with the UWO Icebreaker triathlon this past Saturday.

Alicia Kaye and James Loaring were the two favourites – for the women's and men's fields respectively – heading into the race.



Can the Toronto Blue Jays beat the big wallets?

The Cactus and Grapefruit leagues of Major League Baseball spring training are well underway in Arizona and Florida. While the usual World Series favourites are still the same, some teams have begun to rebuild their teams in the hopes of building the dynasty of the future.




American league angelic again

Talking about the American League is like discussing the parts of the room not taken up by the white elephant. The perpetual pachyderm in this case are the New York Yankees, who have won five of the last seven AL pennants, four of the last seven World Series, and currently have a payroll larger than the GNP of most Third World countries.




'Zags almost do it again

Every year, after the March Madness tournament has come to an end, I think to myself, "It just can't get any better than that." But the following year, I'm once again bewildered at the amount of jaw-dropping, jump-out-of-your-seat-and scream-like-a-little-schoolgirl action that I witness during the NCAA tournament.




March Madness Results as of March 25





Hockey Pool Results as of March 25


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