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Drysdale, Guerette are the ones

By John Powers
Globe Staff / October 23, 2005

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This wasn't Japan, it wasn't the World Championships, and it wasn't 2,000 meters on a straightaway. This was a twisting urban river dotted with bridges and roiled by a chilly tailwind, with a band called the All-American Rejects providing background music along Memorial Drive. But when the elapsed times went up late yesterday afternoon, the people who'd figured to win ... (Full article: 751 words)

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