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December 19, 1994 | ELAINE DAVIS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Viewers of the "American Gladiators" television show probably look on Shelley Beattie with envy. As "Siren," one of the show's muscular competitors who battle contestants in feats of strength and skill, she seemingly has it all--the physique of a champion bodybuilder, the looks to attract an audience and the determination to be a success. Now Beattie, a Malibu resident, is turning heads on the sailing circuit.
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December 19, 1994 | ELAINE DAVIS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Viewers of the "American Gladiators" television show probably look on Shelley Beattie with envy. As "Siren," one of the show's muscular competitors who battle contestants in feats of strength and skill, she seemingly has it all--the physique of a champion bodybuilder, the looks to attract an audience and the determination to be a success. Now Beattie, a Malibu resident, is turning heads on the sailing circuit.
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December 18, 1994 | ELAINE DAVIS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Viewers of the "American Gladiators" television show probably look on Shelley Beattie with envy. As "Siren," one of the show's muscular competitors who battle contestants in feats of strength and skill, she seemingly has it all--the physique of a champion bodybuilder, the looks to attract an audience and the determination to be a success. Now Beattie, a Malibu resident, is turning heads on the sailing circuit.
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December 18, 1994 | ELAINE DAVIS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Viewers of the "American Gladiators" television show probably look on Shelley Beattie with envy. As "Siren," one of the show's muscular competitors who battle contestants in feats of strength and skill, she seemingly has it all--the physique of a champion bodybuilder, the looks to attract an audience and the determination to be a success. Now Beattie, a Malibu resident, is turning heads on the sailing circuit.
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May 9, 1994 | TONY PERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Merritt Carey, who has sailed the world, came running when she heard that the first-ever all-women's team was being assembled for the America's Cup. "It doesn't get any better than this if you're looking for big boats and around-the-can (buoy) sailing," said the 25-year-old Maine native. Other world-class races--the Caribbean Gold Cup, the Transpacific, the Whitbread Round-the-World Race--are challenging and high profile, but in the world of big-time sailing, the America's Cup is the Big Show.
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