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Donna Caponi got the validation Wednesday from what she always believed was a Hall of Fame career on the LPGA Tour. Caponi, whose 24 victories and four major championships fell short of the toughest Hall of Fame standards in sports, was elected through the Veteran's Committee and will be inducted as the 19th member from the LPGA Tour.
The article focuses on Angela Ruggiero, defenseman for the U.S. women's hockey team. It is suggested that it is inevitable that the United States team will face the Canadian's women's team for the gold medal in the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy. The article includes comments from Ruggiero regarding the forthcoming event.
Olympic silver medalist Linda Fratianne might have top billing in Walt Disney's Magic Kingdom on Ice, which continues its run at Maple Leaf Gardens until Oct. 6, but stunt skater Nick Maricich was tops with Thursday's young opening night crowd of 8,000. As featured soloist, Fratianne executed her routines with grace, and drew the well-deserved admiration of parents in the crowd. Kids, however, aren't into grace. They want thrills and excitement, which is where Maricich comes in.[