• Canadian teen Morales Williams unfazed by world-record nullification, has high hopes for Olympics
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    Canadian teen Morales Williams unfazed by world-record nullification, has high hopes for Olympics

    Canadian sprinter Christopher Morales Williams set a world record in the indoor men’s 400 metres — or so he thought.  After recording an all-time mark of 44.49 seconds at the NCAA SEC championships on Saturday, World Athletics was unable to ratify the 19-year-old’s time due to a starting block issue. Even though the technicality that was out of his control prevents Morales Williams from holding the world record, he’s not allowing the starting block issue to put a damper on his achievement. “It’s still considered the world’s fastest time, so it honestly doesn’t even bother me too much,” Morales Williams told CBC Sports. “Because it’s still the collegiate record, it’s still the national record, and it’s still the…

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  • Teen summer camp offers outdoor rec, nature learning | News, Sports, Jobs
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    Teen summer camp offers outdoor rec, nature learning | News, Sports, Jobs

    News File Photo A marshmallow browns on a stick at a Hoeft State Park campsite in this October 2021 News archive photo. PRESQUE ISLE — Local teens can spend a week of their summer immersed in nature and science at the 4-H Great Lakes and Natural Resources Camp at Camp Chickagami in Presque Isle. At the July 31 to Aug. 6 camp, 13- to 15-year-olds, or those entering eighth through tenth grade in the fall, will receive hands-on lessons from natural resources experts in fields such as Great Lakes coastal and fisheries management, wildlife, forestry, geology, and environmental education. The camp, sponsored by Michigan State…

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    Water Sports Teen fastest in Adios eliminations | Sports

    Water Sports Teen, Hellabalou and Abuckabett Hanover each won an elimination of the Delvin Miller Adios Pace for the Orchids on Saturday at The Meadows and will advance to the $375,000 final next weekend. They’ll be joined by six other qualifiers – Natameri, Southwind Gendry, Mysweetboymax, Chase H Hanover, Rockyroad Hanover, Lou’s Pearlman – who finished in the top three in their eliminations. Always A Miki is also eligible by virtue of his highest career earnings among the fourth-place finishers. Trainers Tony Alagna (Abuckabett Hanover, Rockyroad Hanover) and Ron Burke (Southwind Gendry, Lou’s Pearlman) each will be represented by a pair of finalists. The connections of the eliminations winners have…

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