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August 21, 1997 | ROB FERNAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jeff Sneed figures it's time to get serious. After years of flirting with the idea of becoming a triathlete competitor, Sneed is poised to dive headfirst into an event that will be added to the Olympic menu for the 2000 Games in Sydney, Australia. "That would be the ultimate," he said of a trip down under. Sneed, 22, has reason to be encouraged after his performances in several triathlons this summer.
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August 21, 1997 | ROB FERNAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jeff Sneed figures it's time to get serious. After years of flirting with the idea of becoming a triathlete competitor, Sneed is poised to dive headfirst into an event that will be added to the Olympic menu for the 2000 Games in Sydney, Australia. "That would be the ultimate," he said of a trip down under. Sneed, 22, has reason to be encouraged after his performances in several triathlons this summer.
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July 17, 2003 | Dan Arritt, Times Staff Writer
The Pacific Coast triathlon is known for serving fancy pastries at the finish line, but race organizers really have gone international this year. In its sixth year at Crystal Cove State Park in Newport Beach, the event has branched out to include an International Triathlon Union race on Saturday, part of USA Triathlon's Race to Athens elite series. The Olympic-distance draft-legal format will serve as a lead-in to the original USAT regional sprint-distance age-group championships on Sunday.
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February 11, 1993 | GARY KLEIN
The La Canada High boys' soccer team established a Southern Section record for consecutive league games without a loss by defeating Blair, 2-1, Feb. 3. The Spartans' Rio Hondo League victory increased their unbeaten streak to 43, eclipsing the record of 42 set by Esperanza High from 1983-86. La Canada extended the streak to 44 Friday with a 2-0 victory over San Marino. The Spartans entered the week 40-0-4 since their last league defeat, a 3-1 loss to San Marino on Jan. 15, 1989.
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February 18, 1993 | GARY KLEIN
The Southern Section basketball playoffs began this week with four boys' teams and five girls' teams from the Glendale-area participating. The Glendale boys' team, which finished the regular season with a 13-11 record, received an at-large berth in the 1-AA Division and defeated Santa Monica, 56-54, on Tuesday. All other playoff games involving Glendale-area teams are Friday. Crescenta Valley (19-4) plays at Arlington (17-7) in a 2-AA; La Canada plays host to Rancho Alamitos (13-12)
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