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Olympic flame extinguished, but hopefully not gone, in spite of hypocrisy

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By Leland Stein III

It has been a month or so since the magnificent Olympic flame has been extinguished in Athens, Greece. For some the memory will fade into the back of their cognitive retention membrane; however, for me, the 2004 Athens Games will linger on . . . and on . . . and on.

Trojans Ruin Morton’s Homecoming!

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Damon Morton and the Colorado State Rams were no match for the mighty Trojans.

By Gary Montgomery
BVN Staff




Olympic Flame Returns to its Birthplace

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Track & Field

During this year’s Olympic Ceremonies the U.S. re-established traditional dominance in the medal count, however, many of the winners represent a changing youth movement.

Riverside Gets Synchronized

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Riverside - Bobby Bonds Complex


The Olympic pool at the Bobby Bonds Sports Complex in Riverside, recently showcased the Athens bound U.S. Olympic synchronized swimming team.

Brown not worried about guarantee, losses or terrorist in Athens

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By LELAND STEIN III

Sports are supposed to be games that entertain us, and, they do just that.

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