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Coming up on News 7-
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Airport security is tested and fails -- now authorities think they know who's behind it. A Danville company says it needs to shut down, in order to shape up. And something to think about the next time you take the stairs.
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Plus a peek of tonight's high school football action.
News 7 at Eleven is next.

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Federal officials are in the process of searching thousands of airplanes, after someone tries to prove America's safeguards against terrorism can easily be avoided.
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I'm Myranda Stephens, in for Jean Jadhon.

[Plane-Security]


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The F-B-I says it may have found the person responsible for placing box cutters and other suspicious items on two Southwest Airlines planes.
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The items were discovered in small plastic bags left in the lavatories of planes in New Orleans and Houston. The discovery led to searches of more than seven-thousand aircraft in the nation's commercial fleet.
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Earlier, government officials said a 20-year-old North Carolina man was being questioned by the F-B-I. He reportedly informed the Transportation Security Administration that he planned to put packages on planes, to expose
gaps in aviation security.
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[Dan-River]


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Danville's largest employer says it will shut down periodically during the winter ... in order to move inventory.

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[SUPER=03-Danville/File Tape;]

In a internet conference call, officials say they have to increase market share in order to remain competitive and will introduce a new product line in February.
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[SOT 21:18:04]
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((TOM MUSCALINO: WE KNEW THAT WE WEREN'T GOING TO BE ABLE TO DO IT WITH THE SAME SORTS OF PRODUCT CONTENT THAT WE'VE HAD IN THE MARKET AND CURRENTLY HAVE IN THE MARKET.))
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[VO-NAT]

Dan River Incorporated announced earlier in the week that it would NOT meet third quarter expectations because of a decrease in home fashions, apparel, and engineered products. For the past nine months, the company has been rotating layoffs.
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[Water-Authority]


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Roanoke County and the city of Roanoke are coming to terms on the NEW regional water authority.
Today, officials sorted through more than 60 suggestions to settle on a name... the Western Virginia Water Authority.
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City council and the board of supervisors approved the authority earlier this year ... now they're negotiating the nuts and bolts.
Officials say months of quiet work have set the stage for a successful collaboration.
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((ELMER HODGE/COUNTY ADMINISTRTATOR: WE'VE HAD SOME VERY SERIOUS DISCUSSIONS, BUT WE'VE ALWAYS WORKED THROUGH THOSE MAJOR POINTS.)) ((DARLENE BURCHAM/CITY MANAGER: WE'RE BUILDING THE BLOCKS THAT WILL MAKE THIS A VERY SUCCESSFUL TRANSITION.))
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Officials hope to have the seven-member board in place by the end of the year, and state approval by next Spring.

The new authority will set new water and sewer rates that will take effect July first of next year.
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[River-Search]


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Rescuers have found the body of a man who apparently committed suicide.
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Two park rangers today found the body of 55-year old Ronald Lee Mayfield, Junior. A passerby saw the man climb over the railing of the Roanoke River Bridge on the Blue Ridge Parkway yesterday morning.
Police found a suicide note and wallet nearby. Divers and a State Police helicopter were called-in to assist in the search, which ended around noon today ...about a half-mile from the bridge. Police say Mayfield was employed by Roanoke City.
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[Glider-Crash]


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Authorities say a Floyd County man who died trying to fly his homemade glider did NOT have a pilot's license.
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In fact, State police say 45-year-old Charlie West of Willis had very little aviation experience. West died last night after attempting to take-off in his homemade glider on Kyle Weeks Road. Investigators are not sure what caused the wreck, but say wind may have played a factor.
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[Chicago-Fire]


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At least six people were killed after fire broke out in a Cook County administration building this afternoon in Chicago.
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The victims were found in stairwells and offices above the 12th floor, where the blaze was confined. Firefighters found at least eleven people trapped after extinguishing the blaze. Authorities don't know how the fire got started in the 35-story building, which does not have fire sprinklers.
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[Iraq]


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Today marked a gristly milestone for U-S soldiers in Iraq. It's also the day Congress approved the Bush administration's 87-BILLION dollar request for the occupation of Iraq -- with a few changes the President was ADAMANTLY against. Jennifer Donelan has more.
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[SUPER=01-Sen. Bill Frist/(R) Tennessee; :20]
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AFTER WEEKS OF DEBATE, CONTROVERSY, AND PRESSURE FROM THE WHITE HOUSE ..IT IS OFFICIAL. THE U.S. CONGRESS HAS APPROVED A MULTI - BILLION DOLLAR CHECK...PAYABLE TO IRAQ...WITH AMERICAN TAXPAYERS FOOTING THE BILL.
Sot - Sen. Bill Frist/Senate Majority Leader, R-Tenn "There was sticker-shock. A lot of people worried about the cost, but look where we are today." ALTHOUGH, THE 87 BILLION DOLLAR AID PACKAGE ISNT EXACTLY WRAPPED UP THE WAY PRESIDENT BUSH HAD WANTED. IN A DEFIANT MOVE, THE SENATE VOTED TO CONVERT HALF OF A 20.3 BILLION GRANT FOR RECONSTRUCTION INTO A LOAN...SO IRAQ WOULD HAVE TO PAY BACK MORE THAN 10 BILLION DOLLARS. Sot - Sen. Tom Daschle (D-SC) We want Iraqis to share in the responsibility to pay it back THOSE WHO WANTED THE LOAN SAY IRAQIS, IN THE OIL RICH COUNTRY, SHOULD SHARE THE BURDEN WITH AMERICANS STRUGGLING TO MAKE ENDS MEET AT HOME. THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION HAD ARGUED THE SHATTERED NATION IS ALREADY DROWNING IN DEBT. THE HOUSE AGREED. THEY'LL HAVE TO BATTLE THAT OUT LATER WITH SENATORS. NOT CONTROVERSIAL...66 BILLION IN EMERGENCYjjj!j/jj MONEY WILL GO TO SOLDIERS FIGHTING IN AFGHANISTAN AND IRAQ .
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AND IN IRAQ....THE AMERICAN DEATH TOLL - SINCE THE END OF MAJOR COMBAT - BROKE THE ONE HUNDRED MARK FRIDAY. IN KERBALA - THREE U.S. MILITARY POLICE DIED IN A HAIL OF GUNFIRE AND ROCKET PROPELLED GRENADES OUTSIDE THE HOME OF A SHITTE CLERIC. TWO IRAQI POLICE WERE ALSO KILLED IN THE AMBUSH. THEN, JUST SOUTH OF BAGHDAD, THE 101ST CASUALTY, ANOTHER U.S. MILITARY OFFICER, KILLED IN A BOMB BLAST. STANDUP; TO COME:
(bills to be merged/president sign when back from his trip)))




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Still to come on the newscast, the festivities continue at the Vatican, as John Paul the Second celebrates 25 years of his papacy (PAY-puh-cee).
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and, investigators try to get to the bottom of the fatal ferry accident in New York City.
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[Pope]


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The celebrations wrapped up today, honoring the 25 anniversary of the acension of a Polish cardinal to the papacy
(PAY-puh-cee).
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More than 50-thousand people packed Saint Peter's Square today, to listen to Pope John Paul the Second deliver his 25th anniversary mass. The Pope gave his homily in a strong voice, but slurred his words later in the two-hour service. The 83-year-old pope suffers from Parkinson's disease. He is just the fourth Pope to serve a quarter of a century or more.
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[Missing-Boy]


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The search for a missing ten-year-old New Hampshire boy is over.
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Authorities discovered the body of ten-year-old Patric McCarthy earlier today. The little boy was last seen Monday afternoon playing with his stepbrothers, near his family's condominium at the edge of the White Mountain National Forest. The family had celebrated Patric's birthday the day before and was packing to head home to Massachusetts.
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Hundreds of people took park in the five-day search for Patric. Authorities found him lying face-down in the forest, just more than two-miles from his family's condominium. They believed he died from exposure to the cold.
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[Ferry-Accident]


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The investigation into how the Staten Island Ferry crashed earlier this week killing 10 people is focusing on the man at the helm. Scott Rapoport has the story.
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((INVESTIGATORS IN THE FATAL STATEN ISLAND FERRY CRASH CASE ARE FOCUSING EVEN MORE ATTENTION ON THE PILOT OF THE WRECKED VESSEL, RICHARD SMITH. HE'S TESTED NEGATIVE FOR ILLEGAL DRUGS AND ALCOHOL, BUT ......THEY'VE NOW SUBPOENED HIM TO FIND OUT IF HE WAS USING PRESCRIPTION DRUGS.
SOT: ELLEN ENGLEMAN/ NTSB Spokesperson

Its an additional test - have to issue subpoena to get that information AUTHORITIES ARE LOOKING INTO WHETHER SMITH'S BLOOD PRESSURE MEDICINE...OR LACK OF... CAUSED HIM TO PASS OUT AT THE CONTROLS AS THESHIP...WHICH APPEARED TO BE GOING FULL SPEED...SLAMMED INTO A CONCRETE PIER.
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"passengers have reported to us that there were no warnings, no whistles." (:05) AND A FORMER NEW YORK TRANSPORTATION COMMISSIONER TODAY SAYS HE WAS STUNNED TO LEARN SMITH WAS AT THE HELM OF THE CRASHED FERRY. SMITH HE SAID HAD BEEN TRANSFERRED FROM HIS FERRY JOB IN 1997 AFTER HE REFUSED TO LET AN INSPECTOR INTERVIEW HIM AND INSPECT THE CAPTAINS QUARTERS. AND INVESTIGATORS ARE ALSO PROBING WHETHER THE MAN IN CHARGE OF THE VESSEL...CAPATAIN MICHAEL GANSAS...WAS AWAY FROM BOATS PILOT HOUSE HOUSE AT THE TIME OF THE CRASH Stand Up Bridge: Super: Scott Rapoport / CBS News "New York City Transit officials say if that's true...Gansas broke protocol. CAPTAIN GANSAS DENIES THE STORY. BUT THE SPECULATION ALONE IS CONCERN ENOUGH FOR FERRY RIDERS.
SOT: Jenny Klick / Ferry Commuter "It's a little scary "

SMITH, WHO TRIED TO KILL HIMSELF FOLLOWING THE CRASH... REMAINS HOSPITALIZED. WHILE THE QUESTIONS SURROUNDING HIS ROLE in the tragedy...CONTINUE TO SWIRL. SCOTT RAPOPORT...CBS NEWS...STATEN ISLAND, NEW YORK.))


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Still ahead, traffic on Interstate 81 could be backed-up for days, after the earth gives way.
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and , it took just a FEW steps for this man to hop into the record books. We'll have that story a little later in the newscast.
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[Sinkhole]


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A sinkhole on Interstate-81 in Wythe County could affect traffic for several more days.
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Workers have closed one northbound lane and part of another at mile-marker 82, in the Fort Chiswell area.
The emergency shoulder is open to traffic. Officials don't anticipate reopening all of the Interstate until the first part of next week. In the meantime, they warn drivers should expect delays.
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[City-Cemetery]


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One of Lynchburg's more popular tourist sites is now ready to handle even more visitors...
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City leaders today cut the ribbon on a 200-thousand dollar addition to the visitors center at the Old City Cemetery.
The expansion has made room for a Mourning Museum, gift shop, research libraries and a community meeting room.
It's all part of a plan to make the cemetery more tourist-friendly.
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((JANE WHITE/SOUTHERN MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION: WE HAVE ABOUT 20-THOUSAND VISITORS A YEAR WHICH IS A LOT FOR A CEMETERY, SORT OF UNUSUAL, BUT IT'S SUCH AN INTERESTING PLACE AND WE FEEL LIKE PEOPLE CAN COME AND GO COMFORTABLY AND WE CAN ORIENT THEM AND THIS BUILDING REALLY MEETS OUR NEEDS.))
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The Old City Cemetery is both a state and national historic landmark.
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[S-Extra]


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Early highlights from week 8 of FFE, the Express opens the season against the Ice Dogs we will have highlights, and would Jeff Gordon continue his qualifying dominance at Martinsville? find out.
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But first our extra point. Thousands gathered in New York City to honor the American league champion Yankees. The Bornx Bombers open the World Series at yankee Stadium at 8 o'clock tomorrow night. David Wells faces the Marlins Brad Penny. New York's Mayor led the pep rally.
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[S-Salem]


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Lets start over in Salem where the Spartans battled Hidden Valley.
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It's the first meeting between the two schools and it matched a coach against his former player as Willis White faced former Salem quarterback Steve Magenbauer.
In the third quarter, down 24-nothing, the Titans go to the air to try and get something going. Brad Oliver fires from the shot gun over the middle, the ball is tipped right into the arms of Byron Webb who runs left and zigs zags [
SUPER=34-Hidden Valley/7/Salem/45;]his way on a a 33 yard interception touchdown return.


Salem strikes again, Andre Hairston Blasts right through the Titans defense. Spartans win 45-7.
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[S-Danville]


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Patrick Henry played host to G.W. Danville at Victory Stadium tonight.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Eagles vs. Patriots; :00]

In the first quarter, PH gets on the scoreboard for a second time when Mike Young sends the rock to the air and finds Chris Martin who follows his blocks to the end zone on a 75 yard jaunt. 14-zip Patriots.
[SUPER=34-G.W. Danville/28/Patrick Henry/17 ;]G.W comes back. Greg Thompson bulls his way in from inside the five. 14

-6 But the eagles win 28-17.
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[S-Floyd]


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Down 221, Floyd and Glenvar matched up.
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Leading 20 to 6 at the half, Floyd quarterback Daniel Grim keeps the rock and takes it up the field for a nice gain.

[SUPER=34-Genvar/6/Floyd Co./26;]A couple of plays later, the Buffaloes John Mathis finds a seam and crashes through

on a 15 yard touchdown sprint. Floyd wins 26 to 6.
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[S-Express]


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The Express 2003-2004 season opend tonight against the Long Beach Ice Dogs.
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There was a moment of silence in memory of Kayleigh Duffy, the Express number one fan and teeenager who recently died of cancer.
Look who was in town. Dave Stewart played for the Express from 194 to 1998, he's in town for the Martinsville race.

[SUPER=34-Long Beach/5/Roanoke/4;]And that's Ice Dogs right wing Kevin McDonald who played with the Express from 2000

to 2002.
In the first period, Craig Lyons rips rope from in close. 1-zip Ice Dogs.
Roanoke's Jeremy Kyte fires the shot from near the blue line. Shawn Limpright gets the assists.
Long Beach scores three more in the second period and the Express falls in the opener 5-4.
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[S-BC]


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Boston College was formally invited to join the ACC today as the school was welcomed to the conference today at noon in Greensboro.
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BC will have to pay $2 million to join the ACC, but it's still unclear when they will join. It could be as late as June first 2006.
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[S-UVA]


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The ACC's number one and two teams meet tomorrow night in Cahrlottesville when seventh ranked Florida State battles UVa at 7:45 at Scotts Stadium.
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The Cavaliers are 1 and 10 against the Noles with that lone win coming back in 1995/ The wahoos defense stopped warrick Dunn on the goal line.
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Tampa Bay Buccaneer cornerback Ronde Barber was part of that UVa defense.
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[S-Qualify]


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Winston Cup and craftsman truck series drivers rolled into Martinsivlle today for qualifying. Travis Wells has the days events.
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[SUPER=01-Jeff Gordon/Subway 500 Pole Winner; :28]
[SUPER=01-Dale Earnhardt Jr./Will Start Third Sunday; :45]
[SUPER=01-Ward Burton/Qualified on Outside Pole; :1:06]
[SUPER=01-Ricky Rudd/Qualified 12th for Subway 500; :1:26]
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[WIPE TO QUALIFYING BOARDS!!!!!!!]
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[SUPER=0107-6. Jimmy Spencer//7. Rusty Wallace//8. Ryan Newman//9. Sterling Marlin//10. Jeff Green//;]
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[SUPER=0107-11. Mike Skinner//12. Ricky Rudd//13. Kurt Busch//14. Matt Kenseth//15. Michael Waltrip/;]
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[SUPER=0107-16. Tony Stewart//17. Jamie McMurray//18. Ken Schrader//19. Greg Biffle//20. Bobby Labonte//;]
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[SUPER=0107-21. Jeff Burton//22. Joe Nemechek//23. Mark Martin//24. Kevin Lepage//25. Dave Blaney//;]
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[SUPER=0107-26. Jimmie Johnson//27. Ricky Craven//28. Bill Elliott//29. Johnny Benson//30. Jeremy Mayfield//;]
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[SUPER=0107-31. Terry Labonte//32. Kyle Petty//33. Tony Raines//34. Jason Leffler//35. Casey Mears//;]
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[World-Record]


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Finally tonight, Colombian cyclist Javier Zapata hopped into the record books, as he Bike-trialed up the tallest building in Latin America.
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[SUPER=03-Mexico City;]

The 30-year-old broke his previous record by going up the 1,318 steps of the Torre Mayor (TOR-ay MEYE-or) in Mexico City. Hundreds of observers watched the one hour and 30 minute ride from a giant screen down below. Zapata is credited with introducing the sport of Biketrial to his native country.
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