LIVE BLOG: 2007 USTA/ITA Men's Team Indoor Championships

SUNDAY, FEB. 18

11:55 a.m. (Central) – In the closest match Penn’s been in all weekend, they lost, 4-1. The deciding win came at No. 6 singles, where Steve Robertson beat Eric Riley, 6-4, 7-6 (7-5). With that win, the Broncos clinched the victory. When the match ended, Pinsky was up 2-1 in his third set, while Fox was down 2-3. It was almost a comeback upset for Penn, but the Broncos finished strong, taking home the win.

FINAL SCORE: Boise State 4, Penn 1

Singles Results:
1)Jason Pinsky (Penn) vs. Luke Shields (Boise), 4-6, 7-5, 2-1, DNF
2)Jonathan Boym (Penn) def. Clancy Shields (Boise), 6-3, 7-5
3)Piotr Dilaj (Boise) def. Mikhail Bekker (Penn), 6-0, 6-2
4)Justin Fox (Penn) vs. Blake Boswell (Boise), 3-6, 6-4, 2-3, DNF
5)Brent Werbeck (Boise) def. Adam Schwartz (Penn), 6-1, 6-2
6)Steve Robertson (Boise) def. Eric Riley (Penn), 6-4, 7-6 (7-5)

Doubles Results:
1)Pinsky/Riley (Penn) def. Robertson/C. Shields (Boise), 8-6
2)Dilaj/L. Shields (Boise) def. Bekker/O’Gara (Penn), 8-3
3)Boswell/Roberson (Boise) def. Fox/Boym (Penn), 8-6

11:40 a.m. (Central) – Penn is in this match. Riley is up 6-5 in the second set, and Pinsky just won the second set, 6-5. Jonathan Boym got Penn’s first point of the tournament, as he beat Clancy Shields, 6-3, 7-5. Fox is down 0-2 in the third set, but with Boym’s win, he might get some momentum back. Right now, it’s anyone’s match.

Score: Boise State 3, Penn 1

11:35 a.m. (Central) – Both Boym and Pinsky have taken a 6-5 lead in the second set. Fox also won the second set, 6-4, keeping the Quakers in the game. And Riley has battled back to stay in it, down 4-5 in the second. At this point, the win isn’t out of Penn’s reach. But they have a lot of work ahead of them, and the Broncos aren’t giving up without a fight.

11:30 a.m. (Central) – The war is still waging, as every Quaker is fighting to stay alive. At the No. 1 singles, Pinsky has battled back to take a 5-4 lead in the second. Boym was down 3-5 in the second, but fought hard, and has tied it up at 5-5. Fox has kept his second set close the entire time, and went up 5-4 in the last game. Riley, at No. 6, has the biggest deficit to overcome, as he’s down 2-4 in the second.

11:15 a.m. (Central) – Mikhail Bekker fell in the second set to Piotr Dilaj, 2-6, for the second singles loss for Penn (0-6, 2-6). Fox has tied it up 3-3 at No. 4, and Pinsky is keeping it close in the second, 2-3. The next dropped match by Penn will mean a 4-0 win for the Broncos.

Score: Boise State 3, Penn 0

11 a.m. (Central) – In the second set, Pinsky is down 1-3, but fighting for every point. At No. 2, Clancy Shields has fought back in the second set against Boym, and tied the score up at 2-2. But Boym stayed strong, and leads 3-2. Bekker is keeping it close at No. 3, with a score of 2-3. Fox has also stayed with Boswell, as the score is 2-2 in the second. Schwartz lost the first singles match of the day to Werbeck, 1-6, 2-6, at No. 5. Riley battled back from being down in the first set, but still lost, 4-6. In the second set, he’s down 0-2, but staying alive.

Score: Boise State 2, Penn 0

10:45 a.m. (Central) – With the singles well under way, Boise has pulled out to an early lead. In No. 3 singles, Mikhail Bekker lost the first set, 0-6, and is serving in the second, down 1-2. Jonathan Boym won the first set at No. 2 singles, 6-3. And Jason Pinsky lost the first set, 6-4. Justin Fox lost the first set, 3-6 at No. 5. Adam Schwartz also lost the first set at No. 6, 1-6, and is down 1-2 in the second.

10:05 a.m. (Central) – The Broncos have taken the doubles point, as Luke Shields and Piotr Dilaj beat Mikhail Bekker and Brandon O'Gara, 8-3.

Score: Boise State 1, Penn 0

Doubles Results:
1)Pinsky/Riley (Penn) def. Robertson/C. Shields (Boise), 8-6
2)Dilaj/L. Shields (Boise) def. Bekker/O’Gara (Penn), 8-3
3)Boswell/Roberson (Boise) def. Fox/Boym (Penn), 8-6

9:55 a.m. (Central) – In the No.1 spot, Boise tied it up 6-6 when they were serving. But Riley served up three aces to give Penn a 7-6 lead. The Quakers were up 30-40, but Shields and Robertson brought it back to deuce. Penn got the first advantage, and finished off the Broncos, winning 8-6, for Penn’s first doubles win of the tournament. In the No. 3 spot, Boym and Fox are brought a 5-7 lead to 6-7, but the Broncos finished them off, getting a 6-8 win in the No. 3 spot. The doubles point now comes down to the No. 2 spot, where Bekker and O’Gara are currently down, 3-6.

9:45 a.m. (Central) – The Quakers aren’t going down without a fight. Pinsky and Riley have a precarious 6-5 lead in the No. 1 spot, while O’Gara and Bekker are down, 2-5. Boym and Fox have kept it close, as they were down 3-5, and closed the lead to 5-6.

9:35 a.m. (Central) – This match is a preview of things to come. On March 3, the Quakers will travel to Boise to take on Boise State in a regular season match-up. Despite their 0-2 record so far this weekend, Penn should be pleased with their level of play. They gave the No. 1 seed Georgia a tough match, with Lok and Boym both winning their first sets. They also gave the No. 8 seed Notre Dame a tough match, including a doubles point that came down to a tiebreaker in the No. 3 spot, and a close loss at No. 1. Today seems to be their best chance to come out with a win, if the Quakers can avoid unforced errors, and keep their heads in the game.

Robertson and Clancy Shields have battled back from a 5-2 deficit, to make it 5-3. Riley is serving in hopes of extending Penn’s lead. In the No. 3 spot, Boswell and Roberson lead Boym and Fox, 3-5. And the score at No. 2 remains a close 2-3.

9:25 a.m. (Central) – Boise State has had a tough road in this tournament as well. On Friday, the Broncos lost to No. 5 seed Mississippi, 4-0, and yesterday they were upset by No. 13 seed Texas, 4-1. Right now, both teams are hungry for a win, and they’re all playing like it. With Boise serving, Pinsky and Riley battled to take a 4-2 lead, and on their serve, made it 5-2.Bekker and O’Gara fought back at the No. 2 spot, and are now down 2-3. And Fox and Boym took a 3-2 lead in the No. 3 spot, but Boise has tied it up at 3-3..

9:15 a.m. (Central) – Doubles action has started, and the day’s line-up has been released. Jason Pinsky and Eric Riley won their first game in the No. 1 spot, but Boisecame back to take a 2-1 lead. Pinsky and Riley just rallied to tie it up at 2-2.Mikhail Bekker and Brandon O'Gara are down 0-3 right now, and Jonathan Boym and Justin Fox have a 2-1 lead in the No. 3 spot.

Doubles:
1) Jason Pinsky/Eric Riley (Penn) vs. Steve Robertson/Clancy Shields (Boise)
2) Mikhail Bekker/Brandon O'Gara (Penn) vs. Piotr Dilaj/Luke Shields (Boise)
3) Justin Fox/Jonathan Boym (Penn) vs. Blake Boswell/Eric Roberson (Boise)

Singles:
1) Jason Pinsky (Penn) vs. Luke Shields (Boise)
2) Jonathan Boym (Penn) vs. Clancy Shields (Boise)
3) Mikhail Bekker (Penn) vs. Piotr Dilaj (Boise)
4) Joseph Lok (Penn) vs. Blake Boswell (Boise)
5) Justin Fox (Penn) vs. Brent Werbeck (Boise)
6) Adam Schwartz (Penn) vs. Steve Robertson (Boise)

9 a.m. (Central) - Welcome to day three of the USTA/ITA Men's Team Indoor Championships! Today, the No. 16 seed Quakers are looking to bounce back from two tough losses, and beat No. 12 seed Boise State. Stay tuned all morning, as we'll be updating you on all the action throughout the match.

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SATURDAY, FEB. 17

3 p.m. (Central) – Notre Dame beat Penn, 4-0. Pinsky’s 2-6, 4-6 loss to Bass at the No. 1 spot ended the match for the Quakers. Final results are below. Their last match of the weekend will be tomorrow morning, at 9 a.m. central time, against No. 12 seed Boise State.

Final Score: Notre Dame 4, Penn 0

Singles Results:
1) Stephen Bass (ND) def. Jason Pinsky (Penn), 6-2, 6-4
2) Jonathan Boym (Penn) vs. Sheeva Parbhu (ND), 6-7(3), 1-0, DNF
3) Brett Helgeson (ND) def. Mikhail Bekker (Penn), 6-2, 6-3
4) Ryan Keckley (ND) def. Joseph Lok (Penn), 6-1, 6-2
5) Justin Fox (Penn) vs. Barry King (ND), 3-6, 4-3, DNF
6) Adam Schwartz (Penn) vs. Andrew Roth (ND), 2-6, 4-5, DNF

Doubles Results:
1) Keckley/Parbhu (ND) def. Pinsky/Riley (Penn), 8-6
2) Helgeson/King (ND) def. Bekker/O’Gara (Penn), 8-4
3) Fox/Boym (Penn) vs. Bass/Roth (ND), 8-8, DNF

2:50 p.m. (Central) – Notre Dame leads, 3-0. Senior Mikhail Bekker lost at the No. 3 spot to Brett Helgeson, 6-2, 6-2. Pinsky is still battling hard in the No. 1 spot, as he’s down in the second set, 4-5. Boym ended up losing the first set in a tiebreaker, and now leads in the second set, 1-0. Fox lost the first set, 3-6, but has taken control of the second set, and is winning, 2-1. Schwartz is hanging on in the No. 6 spot, as he’s down, 1-3 in the second.

2:45 p.m. (Central) – The Irish lead the Quakers 2-0, as Joseph Lok just lost the No. 4 singles point to Ryan Keckley, 2-6, 2-6. Bekker is down in the No. 3 spot after losing the first set, 2-6. Helgeson leads, 1-4. The battle is still waging for the first set at No. 2, as Boym has tied it up at 6-6. And Pinsky is battling for every point in the second set, down 3-4.

2:25 p.m. (Central) - Pinsky is leading in the second set, 2-1, while Boym is still battling in the first, 4-4. Bekker lost he first set, 2-6, and Fox fell 3-6. Schwartz also lost in the first, 2-6. The Quakers have a lot of comebacks to make if they want to stay in this match.

2:15 p.m. (Central) – Pinsky lost the first set to Bass, 6-2, while Lok lost his first set, 6-1. Bekker is trying to stave off defeat, as he’s down 2-5. Boym is also down, 1-4, and serving to make a comeback.

2 p.m. (Central) – The dramatic points haven’t stopped with the doubles. Notre Dame has taken an early lead in the first set, in almost every singles spot. In No. 1 singles, Jason Pinsky is down to Stephen Bass, 2-4, while Jonathan Boym is fighting for the lead at No. 2. Currently, Parbhu leads 1-3, with Boym serving. Senior captain Mikhail Bekker continues to struggle for a singles win, as he’s down 0-3 to Helgeson in the No. 3 spot. Joseph Lok is playing at No. 4, and was down 0-2, but has kept himself in the match, coming back 1-3. Sophomore Justin Fox is holding his own at No. 5, as he and Barry King are tied at 1-1. And freshman Adam Schwartz is struggling to stay in the game, as he’s down 0-3 in the No. 6 spot to Andrew Roth.

1:30 p.m. (Central) – Battles in both the No, 1 and No. 3 spot ended with Notre Dame taking the doubles point. Boym and Fox were up 7-6, before Bass and Roth tied it up at 7-7. The Quakers took an 8-7 lead, but with Fox serving for the win, Notre Dame battled back to tie it up at 8-8. The teams were playing for a tiebreaker, but a win for Notre Dame in the No. 1 spot meant a DNF for Penn.

Pinsky and Riley were down 6-7, with the Irish serving for the win. But the Quakers went down fighting. Riley and Pinsky took it to deuce three times before finally losing, 6-8 to Keckley and Parbhu. Notre Dame leads Penn going into the singles matches, 1-0.

Score: Notre Dame 1, Penn 0

Doubles Results:
1) Keckley/Parbhu (ND) def. Pinsky/Riley (Penn), 8-6
2) Helgeson/King (ND) def. Bekker/O’Gara (Penn), 8-4
3) Fox/Boym (Penn) vs. Bass/Roth (ND), 8-7, DNF

1:20 p.m. (Central) - The No. 2 doubles game went to Notre Dame, as Helgeson and King beat Bekker and O’Gara, 4-8. At No. 3, and are still up, 7-6, but the Irish are still going strong. And at No. 1, and just tied it up at 6-6. With the No. 2 and 3 spots both up in the air, a close battle in No. 1 could determine the point. Fox and Boym are currently leading 6-5, but Bass and Roth are playing strong tennis. Bekker and O’Gara are down 4-7, but could still make a comeback. In the No. 1 spot, Pinsky and Riley tied it up 5-5, but then went down 5-6. Right now, it’s anyone’s game. If the Quakers can avoid unforced errors, wins at No. 3 and No. 1 could give Penn a 1-0 lead. But the Fighting Irish are living up to their name, and the end result is anything but clear.

1:18 p.m. (Central) – The No. 2 doubles game went to Notre Dame, as Helgeson and King beat Bekker and O’Gara, 4-8. At No. 3, Jonathan Boym and Justin Fox are still up, 7-6, but the Irish are still going strong. And at No. 1, Jason Pinsky and Eric Riley just tied it up at 6-6.

1:15 p.m. (Central) – With the No. 2 and 3 spots both up in the air, a close battle in No. 1 could determine the point. Fox and Boym are currently leading 6-5, but Bass and Roth are playing strong tennis. Bekker and O’Gara are down 4-7, but could still make a comeback. In the No. 1 spot, Pinsky and Riley tied it up 5-5, but then went down 5-6. Right now, it’s anyone’s game. If the Quakers can avoid unforced errors, wins at No. 3 and No. 1 could give Penn a 1-0 lead. But the Fighting Irish are living up to their name, and the end result is anything but clear.

1 p.m. (Central) – It’s close on every court right now, and this doubles point could go either way. In the No. 1 spot, Keckley and Parbhu battled back to take a 3-4 lead over Pinsky and Riley, but the points are hard fought, and the Quakers aren’t folding. In the No. 2 spot, Bekker and O’Gara are also down 3-4, playing hard, and could take back the lead. In the No. 3 spot, Fox and Boym have started to pull away, with a 5-3 lead. But it’s clear that these two teams are going to have to fight for every point.

12:55 p.m. (Central) - The Fighting Irish lost yesterday to Pepperdine, 4-2. So far this season, they’re 6-2, with their only other loss coming to Virginia in January, a 6-1 defeat. The Quakers are struggling to duplicate last year’s success. So far this season, they’re 1-5, and in the midst of a losing streak. But those losses have come to great teams, including No. 11 Duke, No. 35 N.C. State, and last night, to the best team in the nation, Georgia. The Quakers lost 4-0, with three matches that did not finish. If they had finished, its possible Penn would have lost 4-3. Both Boym and Lok were winning their matches in the second set when the match was called. Today, the Quakers will try to avoid the “what-ifs.”

Right now, Pinsky and Riley are holding on to their lead, but it’s a precarious hold, as Keckley and Parbhu have battled back to 3-2. O’Gara and Bekker are losing 2-3, but seem to be in every point. And Boym and Fox have battled back from a 0-1 deficit, to lead the Irish 4-2 in the No. 3 spot.

12:45 p.m. (Central) – Pinsky and Riley are playing great tennis in the No. 1 doubles spot. After a day off from action yesterday, Riley looks hungry for a win, and so far, the Quakershave it, as they’re up 3-0. No. 2 and No. 3 spots are more of a fight, as Bekker and O’Gara are down 2-1, as are Boym and Fox.

12:40 p.m. (Central) – Doubles action just got underway, and singles line-ups have been released. In early action, Jason Pinsky and Eric Riley have gone up 2-0 in the No. 1 spot, over Ryan Keckley and Sheeva Parbhu, while Jonathan Boym and Justin Fox are down 0-1 to Stephen Bass and Andrew Roth.

Doubles:
1) Jason Pinsky/Eric Riley (Penn) vs. Ryan Keckley/Sheeva Parbhu (ND)
2) Mikhail Bekker/Brandon O'Gara (Penn) vs. Brett Helgeson/Barry King (ND)
3) Justin Fox/Jonathan Boym (Penn) vs. Stephen Bass/Andrew Roth (ND)

Singles:
1) Jason Pinsky (Penn) vs. Stephen Bass (ND)
2) Jonathan Boym (Penn) vs. Sheeva Parbhu (ND)
3) Mikhail Bekker (Penn) vs. Brett Helgeson (ND)
4) Joseph Lok (Penn) vs. Ryan Keckley (ND)
5) Justin Fox (Penn) vs. Barry Kind (ND)
6) Adam Schwartz (Penn) vs. Andrew Roth (ND)

12:30 p.m. (Central) - Welcome to the second day of the USTA/ITA National Men's Team Indoor Championship! After falling to the No. 1 seed Georgia yesterday, the No. 16 seed Penn men's tennis team is facing off against No. 8 Notre Dame. Stay tuned here for updates throughout the match.

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FRIDAY, FEB. 16

2:45 p.m. (Central) – The day came to an end for Penn today, as the Quakers lost, 4-0. Fox lost first in the No. 5 singles spot to Schnugg, 2-6, 2-6. O’Gara fell next, 2-6, 2-6 to Hunt in the No. 6 spot. And Bekker was the final lost for Penn, as he lost in the No. 3 singles spot, 4-6, 2-6. Jason Pinsky was winning the second set against Isner, 6-5, but the pair did not finish. Isner had won the first set, 4-6. In the No. 2 spot, Boym had won the first set, 6-3, and was tied up in the second set, 5-5, but his match against Flores did not finish either. And Lok had done well in the NO. 4 spot, as he won the first set, 6-3, but then fell in the second to Omerzel, 3-6.

Final Score: Georgia 4, Penn 0

Singles:
1) Jason Pinsky (Penn) vs. John Isner (Georgia) – 4-6, 6-5, DNF
2) Jonathan Boym (Penn) vs. Luis Flores (Georgia) – 6-3, 5-5, DNF
3) Travis Helgeson (Georgia) def. Mikhail Bekker (Penn), 6-4, 6-2
4) Joseph Lok (Penn) vs. Matic Omerzel (Georgia) – 6-3, 3-6, DNF
5) Nate Schnugg (Georgia) def. Justin Fox (Penn) –6-2, 6-2
6) Jamie Hunt (Georgia) def. Brandon O'Gara (Penn) –6-2, 6-2

Doubles Results:
1) Jason Pinsky/Joseph Lok (Penn) vs. John Isner/Luis Flores (Georgia) - 5-6, DNF
2) Matic Omerzel/Travis Helgeson (Georgia) def. Mikhail Bekker/Brandon O'Gara (Penn), 8-4
3) Jamie Hunt/Nate Schnugg (Georgia) def. Justin Fox/Jonathan Boym (Penn), 8-3

2:25 p.m. (Central) – The day has been a toss-up for Penn so far. Right now, the Quakers are doing well in a couple of singles spots, and struggling in the rest. Overall, however, the Quakers are staying with the No. 1 Bulldogs, and not giving Georgia an easy win. Jason Pinsky lost his first set, 4-6, and in the second, is down 1-2. At No. 2, Jonathan Boym won the first set over Flores, 6-3, and in the second set, it’s tied up 1-1. Mikhail Bekker lost his first set the Helgeson, 6-4, and the second set is under way. Joseph Lok had another win for Penn, as he took the first set over Omerzel, 6-3. That game is also tied up 1-1 in the second. In the No. 5 spot, Justin Fox lost the first set, 2-6 to Nate Schnugg, and is down 0-1 in the second. And in the No. 6 spot, Brandon O'Gara fell 2-6 in the first, and has tied it up 1-1 in the second.

1:40 p.m. (Central) – A battle is waging at Midtown, as all six singles sports are playing simultaneously. In the No. 1 spot, Pinsky is taking on 6’9” senior Jon Isner, who is on his way to becoming the winningest player in both singles and doubles in Georgia’s history. Pinsky is holding strong against him but losing, 3-2. In the No. 2 spot, sophomore Boym has a 2-1 lead over Flores, and is trying to maintain the momentum. Bekker is down to Helgeson, 1-3, while Lok is beating Omerzel in the No. 4 spot, 3-1. Fox just lost the first set to Schnugg, 6-3, but fought the entire time. And in the No. 6 spot, junior O’Gara is down 1-3.

1 p.m. (Central) – The Quakers lost the doubles point, as O’Gara and Bekker lost to Omerzel and Helgeson, 8-4 in the No. 2 spot. Boym and Fox fell just minutes later, as they lost 8-3 to Hunt and Schnugg. Pinsky and Lok had kept their match a close 6-5, but did not finish with Isner and Flores. Singles are warming up now, and action should be underway shortly.

Score: Georgia 1, Penn 0

Doubles Results:
1) Jason Pinsky/Joseph Lok (Penn) vs. John Isner/Luis Flores (Georgia) - 5-6,DNF
2) Matic Omerzel/Travis Helgeson (Georgia) def. Mikhail Bekker/Brandon O'Gara (Penn). 8-4
3) Jamie Hunt/Nate Schnugg (Georgia) def. Justin Fox/Jonathan Boym (Penn), 8-3

12:36 p.m. (Central) – This Georgia team is one of the strongest in the tournament by far. They cruised into the No. 1 spot, after dominating the SEC championships this fall. They are also one of the country’s most successful collegiate tennis programs in the past 18 years. Since 1989, the Bulldogs are 404-93, and have had 53 All-Americans on their squad, more than any other team in the country. They’re undefeated so far this season, and boast some of the strongest players in the nation.

Boym and Fox have held their own, as they went up 2-1 in the No. 3 spot. Hunt and Schnugg battled back to take a 3-2 lead, but Fox and Boym aren’t backing down. O’Gara and Bekker also went up 2-1, but are fighting back from a 3-2 deficit. Pinsky and Lok are holding strong at 3-3, and the Bulldogs are having some trouble returning Pinsky’s serves. The Quakers are hustling all over the court, but seem to be struggling when Georgia hits their hardest – a lot returns by Penn are going into the nets. But the Quakers are in it, and fighting for every point. This may not be the quick match some tennis fans expect.

12:20 p.m. (Central) – Penn’s gotten off to a shaky start, as both Fox/Boym and O’Gara/Bekker were down 1-0, and Pinsky/Lok were tied up at 1-1. But with Boym serving, the No. 3 singles team just tied it up 1-1, and Pinsky and Lok moved up 2-1 in the No. 1 spot. The Bulldogs are a strong squad, and tough to beat, but so far the Quakers are holding their own.

12:09 p.m. (Central) - The Quakers are about to take the courts, and the doubles and singles line-ups have been released.
Doubles:
1) Jason Pinsky/Joseph Lok (Penn) vs. John Isner/Luis Flores (Georgia)
2) Mikhail Bekker/Brandon O'Gara (Penn) vs. Matic Omerzel/Travis Helgeson (Georgia)
3) Justin Fox/Jonathan Boym (Penn) vs. Jamie Hunt/Nate Schnugg (Georgia)

Singles:
1) Jason Pinsky (Penn) vs. John Isner (Georgia)
2) Jonathan Boym (Penn) vs. Luis Flores (Georgia)
3) Mikhail Bekker (Penn) vs. Travis Helgeson (Georgia)
4) Joseph Lok (Penn) vs. Matic Omerzel (Georgia)
5) Justin Fox (Penn) vs. Nate Schnugg (Georgia)
6) Brandon O'Gara (Penn) vs. Jamie Hunt (Georgia)


11:59 a.m. (Central) - TheNational Indoors have been underway since 9 a.m., with 16 schools taking part. So far, No. 4 seed Virgina has beaten Texas, 4-0, and No.5 seed Mississippi beat No. 12 Boise State, 4-0. The tournament is being held at the Midtown Tennis Club in Chicago, a beautiful, state-of-the-artindoor facility, with 18 courts. We'll be blogging the entire tournament, so check back here for updates throughout the day.

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