2001 U.S. SHORT TRACK CHAMPIONSHIPS
BLAINE, MINNESOTA
MARCH 2-4, 2001

All photographs by Jerry Search.  Copyright © 2001, All Rights Reserved.
       These pictures may be downloaded and saved for personal purposes only.
   I highly encourage you to use them on your own computer, in school projects, and on your NON COMMERCIAL web pages,
as long as you abide by the items listed on the Copyright Page.

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(Not Bloopers, but almost!)
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Skaters are identified, where possible, from front (leader) to back (F-B),
or in some cases as noted, from left to right (L-R).
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Elite Women:  Maria Garcia, Jennifer Kirsch, Penelope lang, and Sarah Lang
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Rusty Smith
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Maria Garcia, way out in 
front in the Elite Women's 
500 Meters A Final
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Heading for the finish, 
the others almost caught up, but not quite!
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Maureen Hangac
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Alice Kim leads the Group 2 Women, with Cherise Wilkins in second.
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Lezleigh Jaworski
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Jan Diemont
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Alice Kim
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Jade Wheeler
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Jade Wheeler, Maureen Hagnac, and Lezleigh Jaworski
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Kristen Talbot, member of  3 Olympic Long Track Teams
and 1 World Short Track Team,
with Sarah Lang on the inside.
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Caroline Hallisey
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Caroline Hallisey leads Maria Garcia, Bridie Farrell in 3rd.
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Kira Fling, Kristen Talbot, Penelope Lang, and Tracy Northup

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Yeah, butt shots.  But as I have said before, this is a great angle to see the body alignment in the turn.
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Rusty Smith squeezing in!
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Dan Weinstein
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Apolo Ohno takes the lead..
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And pulls away!
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I highly encourage you to use them on your own computer, in school projects, and on your non-commercial web pages (including MySpace and Facebook, etc.),
without asking, as long as you abide by the items listed on the Copyright Page to promote both the sport and the skaters shown here.
I took these photos with the purpose of increasing knowledge of the sport of Speed Skating.
It is hoped that everyone will benefit, including the skaters (and their coaches) shown here!
And yes, I did leave Saturday evening, so no Sunday races.

 
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