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A collection of requested Miami Herald 1985 Sports pages.
Album ID: 1858345
Baseball days at Sunset High, 1998-2000.
Glory days: 1998-2000 Sunset High School baseball articles and photos featuring Nick Grandusky, Mike Pintado, or Mike Gula.
Album ID: 1849627
Two-by-four replaced tire jack in 1986 Miami Grand Prix
Eamon Byrne was catapulted from anonymity to heroism in a flash of panic along pit row during qualifying for the 1986 Lowenbrau Grand Prix of Miami. He used as six-foot board as a leverage bar to single-handedly lift the rear of Pete Halsmer's Mustang Probe when the air jack assigned to the job blew out. Race fans stood from their bleacher seats to applaud Byrne. In a sport of quarter-million-dollar machines and microseconds and increasing science, a stray hunk of wood and a 29-year-old gent from near Birmingham, England, had done the job.
Album ID: 1846833
Canes Reign in 2001 College World Series
The University of Miami Hurricanes defeated the Stanford Cardinals in Omaha, Neb. June 16, 2001, to capture the school's fourth national College World Series by following the basics: pitching, defense and timely hitting.
Album ID: 1823864
World Cup Soccer 2014
The World Cup opened June 12, 2014 with demonstrations, a festive ceremony, an own-goal and a victory for the host country, Brazil. And that was just the beginning.
Album ID: 1814203
Beginning ballet, Pembroke Pines, 1992
Am I doing this right? Annie Kornahrens of Cooper City looks for guidance while dance instructor Mary Ann Divald shows students the correct form in a 1992 beginners' dance class at the Fletcher Recreation Center in Pembroke Pines. Lined up in "first position" are, from left, Stacy McIntosh, Caroline Bekins, Rosie Rinehart, Saragine Megie, Annie and Beth Hofmann.
Album ID: 1812083
2014 NBA Finals: Miami Heat vs. San Antonio Spurs
It was a heck of a run. The Heat was only the third team in three decades to appear in four consecutive NBA Finals. But the team could not manage a three-peat championship against the Spurs.
Album ID: 1810176
2014 youth tennis teams excel at USTA event
Youth tennis teams from Coral Gables, Doral, Key Biscayne and Miami won titles or reached the finals at the USTA Florida Southwest Regional Team Tennis Challenge at the Midtown Athletic Club in Weston.
Album ID: 1804703
Bill White, trainer of race horses
Calder Hall of Fame trainer Bill White achieved his milestone 2,000th career victory when Determinato won the $50,000 Kaiser Handicap at Calder Casino & Race Course in October, 2013
Album ID: 1801601
John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park
John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park , 70 nautical square miles off Key Largo, was the first undersea park in the U.S. Established in 1963, it is named for the late John D. Pennekamp, an editor for The Miami Herald.