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    ...from Sweden is the daughter of Anders Kallur:

    http://www.legendsofhockey.net:8080/Leg ... ayer=13153

    Did you know that tandfman? My guess is you did.

    The kind of stuff you get from the CBC's excellent coverage.

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    Re: Jenny Kallur..

    Kallur trivia question from EPelle (who is up entirely too late at 00.57):

    Have there been two sisters in track history other than the Kallurs who have run sub-13,00 in the 100m hurdles? If so, which ones?

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      Re: Jenny Kallur..

      >Kallur trivia question from EPelle (who is up entirely too late at
      >00.57):

      Have there been two sisters in track history other than the Kallurs
      >who have run sub-13,00 in the 100m hurdles? If so, which ones?

      And were they the daughters of Stanley Cup winning NHLers? That ought to really focus the question.

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        Re: Jenny Kallur..

        http://hem.passagen.se/athleticsnews/susanna_kallur.htm

        << "Sannas pappa är den gamle NHL-spelaren Anders Kallur som tog hem hela fyra Stanley Cup segrar i New York Islanders ...">>

        "Sannas [and Jenny:s] dad is the old NHL player Anders Kallur who took home four Stanley Cup titles with the New York Islanders..."
        _____________

        Daughter of Anders and Lisa Kallur ... Born Feb. 16, 1981 ... Major is undecided ... Twin sister Jenny is on the team ... Father, Anders, played professional hockey for the New York Islanders, winning four Stanley Cups in the 1980s ... Born in New York City. http://fightingillini.collegesports.com ... nna00.html

        ______________

        http://www.sannakallur.com
        official homepage of currently on-the-mend sister Susanna Kallur. (edited ... other site was a pirated and unauthorized site).

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          Re: Jenny Kallur..

          >Kallur trivia question from EPelle (who is up entirely too late at
          >00.57):

          Have there been two sisters in track history other than the Kallurs
          >who have run sub-13,00 in the 100m hurdles? If so, which ones?




          There were two French sisters - Monique and Maryse Ewanje-Epée. Monique was a 12.56 hurdler and Maryse was a 1.96m HJ'er, but did Maryse ever give the hurdles a go? (I'm not sure). And if so, did she run sub-13...?

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            Re: Jenny Kallur..

            Originally posted by EPelle
            Daughter of Anders and Lisa Kallur ... Born Feb. 16, 1981 ... Major is undecided ... Twin sister Jenny is on the team ... Father, Anders, played professional hockey for the New York Islanders, winning four Stanley Cups in the 1980s
            Just mentioned this little tidbit on the CBC again.

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              Re: Jenny Kallur..

              Originally posted by EPelle
              Kallur trivia question from EPelle (who is up entirely too late at 00.57):

              Have there been two sisters in track history other than the Kallurs who have run sub-13,00 in the 100m hurdles? If so, which ones?
              We have the Rabsztyn-sisters from Poland.

              Grazyna and Elzbieta.
              12.36 and 12.80.

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              • #8
                Believe Maryse Ewanje-Epe hj'ed for U of Arizona?

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                • #9
                  My next door neighbour looks just like the Kallur sisters.

                  Sorry, I'm bored and hungover.

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