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  1. Collins bags Archery gold

    Steve Wright

    Darren Collins has achieved what might be called an archery polar opposite achievement in the last three months. In May, Collins killed a polar bear with his bow. In near 100-degree heat Friday, Collins earned a gold medal in the Great Outdoors Games.

    Story | Conversation | July 07, 2005
  2. Shotgun format, Purser return

    Steve Wright

    There were two winners last year in the Shotgun competition. Robby Purser from Macon, Ga., won the gold medal. A new format — both easier for spectators to understand and more fun for competitors — also was declared a winner.

    Story | Conversation | July 07, 2005
  3. Mears, 17, sweeps up Shotgun

    Steve Wright

    When 17-year-old Travis Mears stepped to the awards stand to receive the gold medal he earned in Saturday night's ESPN Outdoor Games shotgun competition, he looked like he'd been there before. And he had, if only in his mind.

    Story | Conversation | June 15, 2005
  4. Cumming shoots to Rifle gold

    Steve Wright

    Mike Cumming has been on the medal stand before at the Great Outdoor Games — he won the bronze in the rifle event last year. But when he defeated Doug Koenig and Jerry Miculek in the finals to win the gold it was nothing less than an upset.

    Story | Conversation | June 15, 2005
  5. Wynyard withstands a challenge

    Steve Wright

    Jason Wynyard holds three gold medals in the Men's Endurance event at ESPN's Great Outdoor Games. However, two years ago, it was his brother-in-law, Dion Lane, who gave him his only semifinal defeat in the event.

    Story | Conversation | June 15, 2005
  6. Salzman ships off in style

    Steve Wright

    Twenty-five-year-old J.R. Salzman may be overseas in a U.S. Army uniform during next year's ESPN Great Outdoor Games. If so, Salzman shipped off in style.

    Story | Conversation | June 15, 2005
  7. Fly: Egan toughs it out again

    Steve Wright

    A year ago, Lance Egan was shocked when an 11-inch brown trout earned him a Fly Fishing gold medal on the Truckee River. But Egan felt confident Friday when he landed a 13.75-inch trout less than halfway through his afternoon session.

    Story | Conversation | June 15, 2005
  8. Salzman ships off in style

    Steve Wright

    Twenty-five-year-old J.R. Salzman may be overseas in a U.S. Army uniform during next year's ESPN Great Outdoor Games. If so, Salzman shipped off in style.

    Story | Conversation | July 11, 2004
  9. Mears, 17, sweeps up Shotgun

    Steve Wright

    When 17-year-old Travis Mears stepped to the awards stand to receive the gold medal he earned in Saturday night's ESPN Outdoor Games shotgun competition, he looked like he'd been there before. And he had, if only in his mind.

    Story | Conversation | July 10, 2004
  10. Wynyard withstands a challenge

    Steve Wright

    Jason Wynyard holds three gold medals in the Men's Endurance event at ESPN's Great Outdoor Games. However, two years ago, it was his brother-in-law, Dion Lane, who gave him his only semifinal defeat in the event.

    Story | Conversation | July 10, 2004
  11. Cumming shoots to Rifle gold

    Steve Wright

    Mike Cumming has been on the medal stand before at the Great Outdoor Games — he won the bronze in the rifle event last year. But when he defeated Doug Koenig and Jerry Miculek in the finals to win the gold it was nothing less than an upset.

    Story | Conversation | July 10, 2004
  12. Fly: Egan toughs it out again

    Steve Wright

    A year ago, Lance Egan was shocked when an 11-inch brown trout earned him a Fly Fishing gold medal on the Truckee River. But Egan felt confident Friday when he landed a 13.75-inch trout less than halfway through his afternoon session.

    Story | Conversation | July 09, 2004
  13. Collins bags Archery gold

    Steve Wright

    Darren Collins has achieved what might be called an archery polar opposite achievement in the last three months. In May, Collins killed a polar bear with his bow. In near 100-degree heat Friday, Collins earned a gold medal in the Great Outdoors Games.

    Story | Conversation | July 11, 2003
  14. Shotgun format, Purser return

    Steve Wright

    There were two winners last year in the Shotgun competition. Robby Purser from Macon, Ga., won the gold medal. A new format — both easier for spectators to understand and more fun for competitors — also was declared a winner.

    Story | Conversation | July 04, 2003
  15. Team Clarke wins on 'adrenaline coupled with ignorance'

    Steve Wright

    Dion Lane and Arden Cogar Jr. led the team to increasingly faster times.

    PackageStory | July 14, 2002
  16. Swimming, now that's the Ticket

    Steve Wright

    It's appropriate that water is featured in the Retriever Trials. Without water, the gold medalist would have retired long ago.

    PackageStory | July 14, 2002