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 May 1, 2000


St. Anthony's Triathlon
Drake has a happy homecoming
St. Petersburg native Laura Drake is the top women's amateur.

First time enjoyable for nurse
ST. PETERSBURG -- The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of America's Team In Training had about 200 competitors, many first-time triathletes. Among the first-timers was Kathy Ward, 34, of Swarthmore, Pa.

Devil Rays
April ends
without mercy

The Rays finish the 9-15 month appropriately: with blown opportunities in a 5-2 loss to the Angels. Story

RHP Rekar returns with a new style
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- There was something different about Bryan Rekar when he returned to the Devil Rays on Sunday, replacing injured Jim Mecir. He still has the blond-ambition look and off-beat personality. He just doesn't pitch like the same man anymore.

Time, chances wasted
Seesaw battle tilts to Angels on a Tim Salmon homer in the 13th in a game that clocks 4:30.

Hubert Mizell
TV viewers deserve longer sportscasts
They're cutting local TV sportscasts. Dinnertime news shows are offering fewer jock segments. Sports minutes keep getting squeezed.

Outdoors
Captain's corner
With only four minutes left until the end of the sixth annual Tarpon Springs Suncoast Kingfish Classic, Doug Casey dropped a 36.06-pound king mackerel on the dock, leading his team to victory Sunday.

Parimutuels
Times disappointing, Wheelaway trainer says
The last thing a trainer wants to see 10 days before the Run for the Roses is his Derby horse work poorly at Churchill Downs. The trainer's usual response to all the late tuneups is something like: "He did just what we wanted. I wouldn't trade places with anyone else."


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