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Look at Jackie Robinson swing at the ball
 
 
Perdita Felicien <ul><li>                                                                                                 ...
 
 
Perdita Felicien Canadian Association for the
Perdita Felicien following her fall
 
Perdita Felicien
 
Perdita Felicien
Perdita Felicien in her own words
 
Perdita Felicien Canadian Association for the
 
 
Perdita Felicien Canadian
Sharpton Gangsterism Harming 512x349 23k
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Presentation March 29 2007 Thursday Night

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  1. 1. Look at Jackie Robinson swing at the ball
  2. 4. Perdita Felicien <ul><li>                                                                                                                                  </li></ul><ul><li>Perdita Felicien not only defended her NCAA 100 hurdles title for Illinois in 2003, but took a tremendous step up on the world stage to become Canada's first woman world champion. After winning in Paris, the Pickering, Ontario, native opted to accept her $60,000 prize and forego her one remaining season of indoor-only eligibilty with the Illini. Had Felicien returned for her final collegiate fling, she would have aimed to recapture the NCAA Indoor 60H crown she won in ’02 but was thwarted in defending </li></ul>
  3. 7. Perdita Felicien Canadian Association for the
  4. 8. Perdita Felicien following her fall
  5. 10. Perdita Felicien
  6. 12. Perdita Felicien
  7. 13. Perdita Felicien in her own words
  8. 15. Perdita Felicien Canadian Association for the
  9. 18. Perdita Felicien Canadian
  10. 19. Sharpton Gangsterism Harming 512x349 23k
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