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March 4, 1996
CAL RIPKEN JR.'S stirring consecutive games record last year? Makes us salivate for Opening Day. Magic Johnson's comeback from his HIV-related retirement? Inspirational. But it was another local sports story this winter that for us exemplified the meaning of sports heroism.Hamisi Amani-Dove, a 22-year-old soccer player from Columbia, played in the U.S. Olympic Festival in Denver last summer. As reported in a story by Laura Barnhardt in The Sun for Howard recently, Mr. Amani-Dove was coming off the field, fresh from receiving a bronze medal for his team's effort.
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May 18, 2014
Two culinary students in Anne Arundel Community College 's Hotel, Culinary Arts and Tourism Institute won gold medals, and the institute team earned second place at the sixth annual Chesapeake Culinary Cup competition this month at the institute in Glen Burnie . The Chesapeake Culinary Cup is an American Culinary Federation-sanctioned competition open to regional college culinary arts programs. Gold medal winner Michael Willard of Annapolis earned the highest score in the competition with his menu of pan-seared red snapper with citrus beurre blanc, lima bean puree, glazed carrots, orange-scented asparagus and a rice croquette.
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SPORTS
By Bill Glauber and Bill Glauber,Sun Staff Correspondent | August 13, 1991
HAVANA -- Brandy Wood polished her nails red, white and blue. She laced up her sneakers for a brief, nervous walk. She took a few deep breaths to get rid of her stage fright and headed out on to a warm, crowded pool deck."
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By Alexander Pyles and The Baltimore Sun | April 9, 2014
A 14-year-old Gilman snowboarder won silver and bronze medals in the United States of America Snowboard Association National Championships this month. Ethan Coherd finished second in the parallel slalom and third in the parallel giant slalom at the snowboarding championship in Copper Mountain, Colo. His twin brother, Christian, finished 14th in slalom and 15th in giant slalom. Both train with the Ski Roundtop Racing Club in Lewisberry, Pa., and qualified for the national championships after strong regional performances.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | July 21, 1996
ATLANTA -- "The Star-Spangled Banner" was not played once at the Georgia Tech Aquatic Center last night, but the opening day of the Olympic swimming competition still produced one truly all-American moment.Georgia swimmer Angel Martino won the first American swimming medal of the Atlanta Games with a third-place finish in the 100-meter freestyle, then gave it to a friend and fellow swimmer who is battling cancer.Martino draped her bronze medal around the neck of Trisha Henry, 20, in the emotional aftermath of an eventful first day for the U.S. team.
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By BILL SHAIKIN and BILL SHAIKIN,LOS ANGELES TIMES | February 21, 2006
TURIN, Italy -- There was a bronze medal, after four years of training for gold. And there was joy, if only through the eyes of a 5-year-old. As Jenny Potter skated around the rink, victory in hand and daughter Madison in her arms, the kid tugged at her mom. "Did you win a medal?" Madison asked. "Can I have it?" The U.S. women's hockey team came here on a mission - to play Canada for the gold medal, and win. The Americans lost to Sweden in the semifinals, beat Finland for the bronze yesterday, 4-0, then watched as Canada beat Sweden, 4-1, for the gold medal.
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By Stacy St. Clair and Tribune Olympic bureau | February 11, 2014
SOCHI, Russia - U.S. luger Summer Britcher competes in an individual sport, but these Games have been all about the team for the Baltimore-born teen and her fellow American sliders. Britcher - who finished 15th in the women's event, which concluded Tuesday - celebrated teammate Erin Hamlin's historic bronze medal almost as if she had made the podium herself.  She struggled to contain her emotions as she described what the Olympic medal - the first for the United States in a singles luge event -  would mean both to her friend and her federation.
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By Tara Finnegan and Tara Finnegan,Staff Writer | August 29, 1992
Alison Kleiner stood on the pitcher's mound with the softball in hand, the strikeout in mind and the win within reach.All three came together in the form of a windmill pitch for a called strike three, which gave the Baltimore No. 1 team a 15-7 win over Chicago and the bronze medal yesterday at the Jewish Community Centers' North American Maccabi Youth Games at Catonsville Community College."
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By JOHNETTE HOWARD and JOHNETTE HOWARD,NEWSDAY | February 20, 2006
TURIN, Italy -- When the U.S. women's hockey team takes the ice today for its bronze-medal game against Finland, the only thing worse than being on the undercard to the Sweden-Canada gold-medal game is the thought of going home with no medal at all. That's what the U.S. team has been telling itself since Sweden's historic 3-2 shootout upset of the Americans in Friday's semifinal. Women's hockey Bronze-medal game, today, MSNBC, 10:30 a.m.
FEATURES
October 24, 1993
Runners from Mount de Sales Academy's cross country and track teams won medals in the Maryland State Games Track and Field Competition at Towson State University. Renee Leach won a silver medal in the 3,000-meter run and a bronze medal in the 1,500-meter run; Teresa Love won a bronze medal in the 1,500-meter run; Lori Furletti won a bronze medal in the 3,000-meter run; and Michelle Brown won a bronze medal in the 400-meter dash.*Western Maryland College's Alumna of the Year award was presented to Virginia K. Fowble of Baltimore, and Ralph O. Frith received the Young Alumnus Service Award at the college's annual homecoming celebration Oct. 9.*Two professors in the English department at Villa Julie College have recently had articles published in literary journals.
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By Stacy St. Clair and Tribune Olympic bureau | February 11, 2014
SOCHI, Russia - U.S. luger Summer Britcher competes in an individual sport, but these Games have been all about the team for the Baltimore-born teen and her fellow American sliders. Britcher - who finished 15th in the women's event, which concluded Tuesday - celebrated teammate Erin Hamlin's historic bronze medal almost as if she had made the podium herself.  She struggled to contain her emotions as she described what the Olympic medal - the first for the United States in a singles luge event -  would mean both to her friend and her federation.
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By Eric Meany, The Baltimore Sun | November 9, 2013
Maryland alumnus Justin Benedik enjoyed a successful trip to the recently completed 12th World Wushu Championships in Malaysia, finishing fourth in compulsory changquan (long fist), 15th in gun shu (staff) and 32nd in dao shu (broadsword) last weekend. It was the first appearance in the world championships for Benedik, 27, who competed despite being hampered by a stress fracture in his sacroiliac joint and a sports hernia. "The competition was a great experience," Benedik said.
EXPLORE
January 23, 2012
The Environmental Business Journal has recognized Sovereign Consulting Inc., an environmental consulting and remediation firm with an office in Edgewood, as one of the top medium-sized environmental businesses in the United States. Sovereign received a Bronze Medal for Business Achievement in 2011. The Environmental Business Journal honored Sovereign Consulting for its business successes over the last five years. Sovereign's 2011 revenue was approximately $48 million in 2011, up from $26.6 million in 2007.
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By Amy Shipley, The Washington Post | July 29, 2011
This is getting repetitive, in a Michael Phelps sort of way. Ryan Lochte won his third and fourth gold medals at the world swimming championships Friday night, obliterating the field in the final of the 200-meter backstroke before unleashing a jaw-dropping anchor leg to help bail out a U.S. 800 relay team that sat in third place after Phelps' leadoff swim. At the start of this meet, swimming fans wondered whether Lochte could hold his own against Phelps on such a major stage.
SPORTS
February 24, 2010
This bronze is gold Candy Thomson Baltimore Sun I'll take Petra Majdic of Slovenia, who won a cross-country sprint bronze medal despite having four fractured ribs and a collapsed lung. While warming up, Majdic slipped on ice and plummeted into a ravine, where she had to be rescued. After each heat, she was helped from the finish line by team officials. "I couldn't breathe, couldn't move, couldn't walk. But my desire was so strong," she said. "You know what it is like when you came from a small country.
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By Candus Thomson and Candus Thomson,candy.thomson@baltsun.com | February 5, 2010
LAKE PLACID, N.Y. - -Two years ago, Russian bobsled federation officials approached the designer of one of the world's fastest bobsleds and offered him "money, women, money and women" to transfer his loyalties - and secrets - from the U.S. team. "I told them, 'It's not going to happen. This stuff isn't for sale,' " says Bob Cuneo, retelling the story while leaning on a bar and laughing. Now 18 years after he partnered with former NASCAR driver Geoff Bodine to produce a world-class winter racing machine, Cuneo hopes the four-man competition will end with the perfect retirement present: the first U.S. gold medal since 1948.
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By ANITA NALL | July 29, 1992
Towson's Anita Nall is a gold-medal Olympic favorite in today's women's 100-meter breaststroke swimming event. In an occasional diary, Nall will share her thoughts from the Summer Games.Coming home with the bronze medal in the 200-meter breaststroke is not the end of the world. I am very happy to be here, to be able to compete in the Olympics, and on top of that to receive a bronze medal.I am a little upset with my performance and time, but I still have many years of swimming ahead of me -- and I swim the 100-meter breaststroke today.
NEWS
April 28, 1991
The following people are winners of 1991 Community Awards and were honored Thursday at Turf Valley Club and Hotel.The event was sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce and Maryland National Bank.Educators of the Year: Susan Bard, Howard Community College; Misae Chiarella, Elkridge Elementary School; Bonnie Daniel, Wilde Lake High; Sharon Giorgio, St. John's Lane Elementary; Debi Hochkeppel, Cedar Lane; Annette Kuperman, Clarksville Middle; Patricia Mack-Preston, West Friendship Elementary; Joan McCaw, Hammond Elementary; Roger Volrath, Glenelg High; David Weeks, Glenelg Country.
NEWS
November 20, 2008
Anne Arundel Community College's Hospitality, Culinary Arts and Tourism Institute recently won 12 major awards at a regional competition in Washington and an international contest in New York City. Seven culinary students and four instructors were awarded a total of four gold, six silver and two bronze medals. "Winning four gold medals is an unprecedented accomplishment for the AACC Hospitality, Culinary Arts and Tourism Institute," said Mary Ellen Mason, HCAT institute director. The first HCAT group won two gold, two silver and one bronze medal Nov. 8 at the Nation's Capital Chef's Association Category K Culinary Competition at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, where 24 students and instructors participated.
SPORTS
August 24, 2008
Michael Phelps Rodgers Forge Age: 23 Event: Swimming Results: He simply became the greatest Olympian of all time by winning eight gold medals in a single Games, breaking Mark Spitz's record of seven, and he has won 14 career gold medals, surpassing the all-time mark of nine by four different athletes, including himself. Katie Hoff Towson Age: 19 Event: Swimming Results: Won her first career medals, taking a silver in the 400 freestyle, where she was out-touched at the wall, and two bronze, in the 400 individual medley and 800 free relay.
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