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The notes transcribed from the back of this photograph are as follows: IN-LINE SKATING IN-LINE SKATER RENE MACLEOD SOARS OVER ROANNE CAMADY, BEING HELD ALOFT BY GEOFF DINISIO, IN A DEMONSTRATION BY STREET ATHLETES IN TORONTO YESTERDAY. THE TRIO IS PART OF A TOURING TEAM THAT AIMS TO DRAW ATTENTION TO THE IMPORTANCE OF SPORTS AND FITNESS The notes written and typed on the back of this photograph, from the time it was printed, are as follows: IN-LINE SKATING IN-LINE SKATER RENE MACLEOD SOARS OVER ROANNE CAMADY, BEING HELD ALOFT BY GEOFF DINISIO, IN A DEMONSTRATION BY STREET ATHLETES IN TORONTO YESTERDAY. THE TRIO IS PART OF A TOURING TEAM THAT AIMS TO DRAW ATTENTION TO THE IMPORTANCE OF SPORTS AND FITNESSJuly 4, 1995,TIBOR KOLLEY transparent
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July 4, 1995
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IN-LINE SKATING IN-LINE SKATER RENE MACLEOD SOARS OVER ROANNE CAMADY, BEING HELD ALOFT BY GEOFF DINISIO, IN A DEMONSTRATION BY STREET ATHLETES IN TORONTO YESTERDAY. THE TRIO IS PART OF A TOURING TEAM THAT AIMS TO DRAW ATTENTION TO THE IMPORTANCE OF SPORTS AND FITNESS
TIBOR KOLLEY / The Globe and Mail
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