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    Distraction of the Day: Trash talking squash player

    The Trinity College squash team continued to dominate its sport by defeating Yale to win trinity’s 12th consecutive national championship. Senior Baset Chaudhry won the decisive match, 3-0, over Yale’s Kenneth Chan to clinch the championship. However, it was Chaudhry screaming in Chan’s face at the conclusion of the match that caught everyone’s attention. "Trash talk" is not that uncommon in sports but a little strange to see in the notoriously tame sport of squash.

    1. daniel says
      1. Edward Harrison says

        Thanks for the link. I will run it tomorrow.

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