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July 25, 1996 | JOHN ORTEGA
Dreams can come true. Just ask heptathlete Sharon Hanson-Lowery of Fairfax Station, Va. The 1983 graduate of Buena High didn't win a Southern Section--let alone a state--title in high school. Nor did she win any NCAA Division II championships at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. But Hanson-Lowery never stopped dreaming about competing in the Olympic Games.
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July 25, 1996 | JOHN ORTEGA
Dreams can come true. Just ask heptathlete Sharon Hanson-Lowery of Fairfax Station, Va. The 1983 graduate of Buena High didn't win a Southern Section--let alone a state--title in high school. Nor did she win any NCAA Division II championships at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. But Hanson-Lowery never stopped dreaming about competing in the Olympic Games.
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July 27, 1996
Rower David Collins of Thousand Oaks moved closer to a medal Friday when the U.S. lightweight coxless four won Heat 2 of the semifinals, edging Canada by a deck. The six-boat finals are Sunday. In the light-weight division, which made its Olympic debut this year, each boat is limited to a per-rower average of 155 and no one can exceed 160 pounds. Collins, who attended Westlake High, helped the Americans defeat Canada by 49/100 of a second.
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