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July 25, 1993 | KIM Q. BERKSHIRE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
No pressure, no panic attacks, no problems. For some of the top competitors, the U.S. Diving Zone D championships aren't about to make their blood pressure rise. The top two finishers in the girls' 16-18 three-meter event Saturday afternoon at the Marguerite Recreation Center Diving Complex looked upon the meet as low-key competition among friends.
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July 1, 1994 | ERIK HAMILTON
Sandy Zubrin of Newport Beach will defend her title in the Southern California Diving Invitational, beginning today at the Marguerite Swimming and Diving Complex. Zubrin, 17, a senior at Corona del Mar High who was this year's Division II Southern Section diving champion, is a heavy favorite to repeat her victory in the women's one- and three-meter diving and platform overall competition.
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July 4, 1992
David Warady of Huntington Beach won Friday's stage of the Runner's World Trans America Footrace, completing the 52.3 miles from Beaver to Monroe, Utah, in 9 hours 46 minutes 54 seconds. In winning his fifth stage, Warady increased his overall lead over Helmut Schieke of Germany to 4:46:59. Schieke was fourth in the stage in 11:44:31. The 64-day, 3,000-mile race continues today with a 28.5-mile stage from Monroe to Salina, Utah.
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July 25, 1993 | KIM Q. BERKSHIRE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
No pressure, no panic attacks, no problems. For some of the top competitors, the U.S. Diving Zone D championships aren't about to make their blood pressure rise. The top two finishers in the girls' 16-18 three-meter event Saturday afternoon at the Marguerite Recreation Center Diving Complex looked upon the meet as low-key competition among friends.
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July 13, 1991
Three Mission Viejo Nadadore divers won their events at the Junior Olympic Zone D championships Friday at the Rose Bowl Aquatic Center in Pasadena. Nate Smith won the boys' 16-18 three-meter event with a score of 510.50. Sandy Zubrin won the girls' 14-15 platform (276.40), and Tyce Routson finished first in the boys' 14-15 platform (325.45). The top seven finishers in each event advance to the national championships July 25-28 in Clayton, Mo.
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July 1, 1994 | ERIK HAMILTON
Sandy Zubrin of Newport Beach will defend her title in the Southern California Diving Invitational, beginning today at the Marguerite Swimming and Diving Complex. Zubrin, 17, a senior at Corona del Mar High who was this year's Division II Southern Section diving champion, is a heavy favorite to repeat her victory in the women's one- and three-meter diving and platform overall competition.
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July 7, 1997
Sandy Zubrin of the L'Equipe Irvine Divers won the women's senior platform competition at the Southern California Invitational diving event Sunday at the Mission Viejo Aquatic Complex. Zubrin won with 410.20 points. Erica Sorgi of the Mission Viejo Nadadores won the girls' 14-15 three-meter competition, giving her five first-place finishes in the meet.
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April 23, 1994
Corona del Mar High senior Sandy Zubrin took seventh place in the three-meter springboard at the U.S. National Indoor Diving Championships Friday in Minneapolis. Zubrin earned a spot on the U.S. National Diving team for the second consecutive year. She also qualified for the U.S. Olympic Festival to be held July 1-5 in St. Louis. Summer Brown, a Capistrano Valley High junior, finished ninth and qualified for the Olympic Festival.
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April 23, 1995
Irvine's Brian Earley and teammate Kevin McMahon of Fremont, Neb., won the men's three-meter springboard synchronized diving Saturday at the National Diving Championships at the Mabee Memorial Aquatic Center in Midland, Tex. Earley and McMahon finished with 329.43 points, nearly 30 points better than the next closest competitors. Newport Beach's Sandy Zubrin finished seventh in the women's platform finals, compiling 398.10 points. Patty Armstrong from The Woodlands, Tex., won with 451.74
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July 4, 1992
David Warady of Huntington Beach won Friday's stage of the Runner's World Trans America Footrace, completing the 52.3 miles from Beaver to Monroe, Utah, in 9 hours 46 minutes 54 seconds. In winning his fifth stage, Warady increased his overall lead over Helmut Schieke of Germany to 4:46:59. Schieke was fourth in the stage in 11:44:31. The 64-day, 3,000-mile race continues today with a 28.5-mile stage from Monroe to Salina, Utah.
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July 13, 1991
Three Mission Viejo Nadadore divers won their events at the Junior Olympic Zone D championships Friday at the Rose Bowl Aquatic Center in Pasadena. Nate Smith won the boys' 16-18 three-meter event with a score of 510.50. Sandy Zubrin won the girls' 14-15 platform (276.40), and Tyce Routson finished first in the boys' 14-15 platform (325.45). The top seven finishers in each event advance to the national championships July 25-28 in Clayton, Mo.
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July 18, 1994
Joy Burkholder of Mission Viejo and Sandy Zubrin of Newport Beach finished ninth and 10th in the women's platform diving finals Sunday at the World Diving Trials in St. Peters, Mo. The top two finishers, Mary Ellen Clark of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., (862.95) and Eileen Richetelli of Milford, Conn., (828.57), earned spots on the U.S. team for the World Championships in Rome in September. Burkholder finished with 715.56 points and Zubrin 685.38.
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July 2, 1994 | ERIK HAMILTON
Summer Brown broke the meet record she set last year in the one-meter competition Friday, the first day of the Southern California Diving Invitational at the Marguerite Swimming Complex. Brown, representing the Mission Viejo Nadadores, scored 391.35 points in one-meter diving for 16- to 18-year-old division. Sandy Zubrin, last year's overall winner, was second with 387.15. In the 12-13 division, the Nadadores' Erica Sorgi, who set four meet records last year, finished first with 297.
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