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Kissimmee, Florida—One year can seem like a very long time but 12 months on the calendar can also be very short. If time is relative as Einstein theorized, no one can attest to the truth of it more than Texas barrel racer Taci Bettis.

Just one year ago, the Round Top, Texas cowgirl was just getting back in the saddle on her good horse Smash after a very long six month layoff due to surgery necessitated by an injury. Unsure of just how good the gelding would bounce back, Bettis placed at a few Texas rodeos before breaking through with a big win at Corpus Christi the end of April.

That launched the rookie into a season of amazing firsts and the last year has seen her collect the 2017 WPRA Rookie of the Year title and a berth at her first Wrangler National Finals Rodeo (WNFR). She finished 10th in the WPRA World standings having won $162,446, the third best rookie season in WPRA history.

As 2018 got underway, Bettis hit another series of firsts as she competed in winter rodeos that she was either not ranked high enough to compete in or had no horse with which to compete last season. Her winter of firsts took her through Denver, Fort Worth, San Antonio and Houston, as well as the unsanctioned RFD-TV’s The American, which she won.

 

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Bettis and Smash have proven to be one of the most reliable teams on the road and they placed fourth in Denver and seventh in Fort Worth before having a great RodeoHouston, winning their Super Series and Semi-Finals and ultimately finishing fifth.

The 2018 march began on New Year’s weekend with a second place finish at the Ram Texas Circuit Finals, allowing her to end the season second in the year-end standings and earn a spot in her first Ram National Circuit Finals Rodeo (RNCFR), held annually in Kissimmee, Florida.

The big carrot at the end of the road for pro rodeo’s circuit cowboys and cowgirls, the RNCFR offers not only a chance at a National title for competitors who only rodeo part time, but also a shot at a huge purse, nearly a million dollars, and an awesome prize line that includes a $20,000 voucher from Ram towards the purchase of a new vehicle.

Because every nickel earned in Florida now counts for the WPRA World standings, many of pro rodeo’s top talents now make it a priority to try for a berth into the RNCFR just as Bettis did.

A tournament style rodeo, the RNCFR offered two preliminary rounds to each of the 26 contestants (two each from each of the 12 circuits along with Mexico) before the best eight in the average moved into the Semi-Finals performance on Sunday, April 8.

Bettis and Smash did what they’ve been doing all winter—actually for a year solid—during the preliminary rounds, winning third in the first go and third in the average to easily move on to the final day while earning $6,824.

The final Sunday in Kissimmee is a two-run all-out to the title and both rounds are randomly drawn for position. Bettis was last to run in the opening round of eight.

Badlands Circuit cowgirl Nikki Hansen was first to run; riding her tough gelding Sky, Hansen celebrated her birthday one day late with a fast time of 15.48 seconds, the third best of the week at that point.

Great Lakes cowgirl Alexis Baratka ran next but a downed barrel ended her hopes of becoming just the second barrel racer from her circuit to win a National title.

Montanan Shelly Anzick was the high money winner through the first rounds after winning the first round and the average. She and Scooter tipped a barrel in the Semi-Finals, ending her chance at pairing her first RNCFR title from 2005 with another in 2018.

California representative Kathy Petska rode her horse Jeffrey as the next to run, posting a time of 16.01 seconds to sit second at the halfway point. Columbia River Circuit champion Teri Bangart and her horse Peak tied Petska as the next to run.

Running sixth on the ground was Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, the only other former RNCFR Champion in the field. Riding her good mare Steeley, Pozzi Tonozzi punched her ticket to the Finals with a round of 15.81, good enough for second at the time with two to run.

Next up was the rest of the Badlands Circuit barrel racing contingent, year-end champion Jessica Routier. Routier and her talented palomino mare Missy rounded the pattern in a fast time of 15.68 seconds, moving her to second and ensuring that both cowgirls from the Dakotas would make an appearance in the Finals.

Finally, it was Bettis’ turn inside Silver Spurs Arena. She and Smash galloped through the cloverleaf effortlessly, stopping the clock in 15.60 seconds, good enough for second in the round, bumping Routier to third and Pozzi Tonozzi to fourth.

Hansen won the round, picking up her first check of the rodeo, a big one at $7,581.

The Finalists had less than an hour to prepare for their final runs in central Florida, just time to cool off and take a quick drink of water before the pressure came on again.

As the random draw turned out, Bettis would actually run back-to-back as the last to compete in the Semi-Finals and first in the Finals.

Laying down another pretty run, Bettis definitely turned the heat up on the field as she posted the fastest time of the whole rodeo at 15.34 seconds. She took nearly three tenths off her first run of the day.

Routier took her shot next and made her own personal best in Kissimmee with a time of 15.44 seconds, an outstanding effort with the seven year old Missy.

Seeking her third RNCFR title, Pozzi Tonozzi and her lefty barreled down the alley in the third position. She was able to stop the clock in a fast time of 15.56 seconds in what stacked up to be a very tough round.

Hansen was the final gunner and rode her own palomino superstar in chase of the championship. Though the run was good, it was not enough to knock Bettis from her pedestal on top of the leaderboard. Hansen finished at 15.85 seconds, earning fourth.

For Bettis, the title was another entry in a resume which has filled up with a lifetime’s worth of accomplishments in just over 12 months. She earned more than $20,000 in cash along with the $20,000 Ram vehicle voucher, a Polaris RANGER UTV, a pair of exotic boots from Justin, a trophy saddle from Cactus Saddlery, and a Montana Silversmiths buckle.

She was also part of the winning team from the Texas Circuit.

Bettis took to social media to thank her supporters following the big win.

“Smash rocked all weekend! Making the finals run the best! Fastest time of the weekend for us to win the 2018 RNCFR! Thank you to my village, without you all this isn’t possible! Beyond blessed.”

Routier was the second high money winner after earning $15,352 followed by Anzick. Finalists Pozzi Tonozzi and Hansen earned $12,888 and $9,476 respectively. It was an impressive outing for the Badlands Circuit.

The highest placing Finalists not already seeded also earns a position at the Calgary Stampede in July, a position that will unofficially go to Routier as Bettis previously qualified through other criteria.

Other champions at the 2018 RNCFR are Ryle Smith (all-around), Mason Clements (bareback riding), Chason Floyd (steer wrestling), Logan Olson/Matt Kasner (team roping), Isaac Diaz (saddle bronc riding), Tuf Cooper (tie down roping) and Parker Breding (bull riding).

For more information on the Ram National Circuit Finals Rodeo (RNCFR), visit them on-line at www.rncfr.com and www.prorodeo.com.

Results

Semi-Finals

Name, Horse, Circuit, Time, Earnings

1. Nikki Hansen, Sky High Guy, Badlands, 15.48, $7,581

2. Taci Bettis, Bogie is a Smash, Texas, 15.60, $5,686

3. Jessica Routier, Fiery Miss West, Badlands, 15.68, $3,791

4. Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, Steele Magnolias, Mountain States, 15.81, $1,895

5/6. Teri Bangart, RCA Three Bugs Honor, Columbia River, 16.01

5/6. Kathy Petska, Dinero Made Me Famous, California, 16.01

7. Shelly Anzick, Scooten ta Fame, Montana, 20.54

8. Alexis Baratka, Queen Red Cash, Great Lakes, 27.93

Finals

1. Bettis, 15.34, $7,581

2. Routier, 15.44, $5,686

3. Pozzi Tonozzi, 15.56, $3,791

4. Hansen, 15.85, $1,895

Total Earnings

Bettis, $20,090

Routier, $15,352

Anzick, $14,782

Pozzi Tonozzi, $12,888

Bangart, $10,424

Hansen, $9,476

Baratka, $4,738

Mulford, $4,738

Todd, $1,327

Richardson, $948

 

 

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Kissimmee, Florida—Twos figure in well when talking about Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi. The Texas cowgirl owns two World titles in barrel racing and has won more than $2 million in her career.

She also owns two National titles earned at the 2012 and 2013 Ram National Circuit Finals Rodeos (RNCFR).

In 2018, Pozzi Tonozzi is looking to change her number to three. She’s competing for the second straight year at the RNCFR’s new home in Kissimmee, Florida but comes in a bit more prepared than she did a year ago. That’s because last year the cowgirl ran at Silver Spurs Arena just a few days after the birth of her first child, daughter Tinlee with husband, PRCA team roper Garrett Tonozzi.

After clinching the Mountain States Circuit year-end championship last October, Pozzi Tonozzi told the WPRN she was looking forward to a second chance in central Florida.

“I felt like I had a pretty good showing considering I was 14-days post baby,” she said of her 2017 showing. “I think this time around it will be much better on my body and my psyche.”

Turns out Pozzi Tonozzi knew of what she spoke. After running a bit long as the last to run on Thursday morning, she and her mare Steeley capitalized on the top of the ground in round two on Saturday night’s Tough Enough to Wear Pink performance. Taking more than half a second off their first round time, the pair posted a time of 15.46 seconds to jump to the lead of the second go round.

The previous round leader was First Frontier Circuit cowgirl Christina Mulford. Mulford swept the field at her circuit finals in January to punch her ticket south for the RNCFR. During the first round, she had an oops, taking a costly barrel down penalty.

Mulford bounced back, going to the top of the heap on Saturday afternoon after posting a a very deceiving 15.54 second run aboard Harley, a good grey gelding owned by Joe and Judy Merola, longtime First Frontier Circuit competitors and supporters.

Meanwhile, in the matinee, Teri Bangart continued to look tough, pairing her first round 15.53 with a 15.69 on Saturday. Bangart’s two run total of 31.22 put her to the lead through the first half of the field of competitors here with Texas cowgirl Taci Bettis right on her heels at 31.33.

Pozzi Tonozzi moved into contention with the fast time in the night performance, clinching a berth in to the next round where all previous times will be erased and the field begins again at zero. That means Pozzi Tonozzi has a chance for a third RNCFR title on Sunday.

 

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The only other former RNCFR winner in the field is Shelly Anzick and she too will have a chance to add to her title count. As the second to last to run in the preliminary rounds, the first go winner had an inside track to the Semi-Finals and sealed the deal with a run of 15.63 seconds to clinch the average win, bumping Bangart to second and Bettis to third.

“Scooter working like a dream! So happy for all the support thanks again Tommy Martin, Shirley Martin, Karen Conroy and Dr Carl Conroy,” Anzick posted to Facebook along with a video of her big stout bay gelding.

Preliminary competition is done and the final eight are set for Sunday’s Semi-Finals. From this point forward, all competition is sudden death and there are two rounds on Sunday to determine the champions. The field of eight will make one run and the top four will move into the Finals to compete for the title of National Champion.

Anzick leads the field having won nearly $15,000 so far in Florida, more than doubling her 2018 season earnings so far. Three cowgirls have picked up three checks in three chances thus far, Anzick, Bangart and Jessica Routier, who finished fourth in the average after placing fifth in the second go round.

Seven circuits are represented in the Semi-Finals with the Badlands sending both their reps to the next round, Routier as well as Nikki Hansen. The other circuits are Montana, Columbia River, Texas, Great Lakes, Mountain States and California.

2017 rookie Alexis Baratka has the biggest opportunity via the WPRA World standings on Sunday; the Wisconsin cowgirl enters the final day ranked 176th in the standings and picked up her first check in round two.

Because all the money won here counts for WPRA world standings, the winners on Sunday have a chance to make a big move toward possible berths at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo (WNFR) in December.

Bettis is the highest ranked competitor still in the mix, coming into the RNCFR at fifth in the standings with Pozzi Tonozzi next at 16th. The rest of the cowgirls land between 28th and 58th.

The Wrangler Network is live streaming all the action from the RNCFR at www.wranglernetwork.com. All action is also being broadcast on Pro Rodeo Live www.prorodeolive.com.

For more information on the Ram National Circuit Finals Rodeo (RNCFR), visit them on-line at www.rncfr.com and www.prorodeo,com. For continuing updates on the ladies barrel racing, stay tuned to www.wpra.com.

Results

2nd Go

Name, Horse, Circuit, Time, Earnings

1. Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, Steele Magnolias, Mountain States, 15.46, $6,254

2. Christina Mulford, Panamascharlieharly, First Frontier, 15.54, $4,738

3. Alexis Baratka, Queen Red Cash, Great Lakes, 15.60, $3,412

4. Shelly Anzick, Scooten ta Fame, Montana, 15.63, $2,274

5. Jessica Routier, Fiery Miss West, Badlands, 15.65, $1,327

6. Teri Bangart, RCA Three Bugs Honor, Columbia River, 15.69, $948

Average (advance to Semi-Finals)

1. Anzick, 31.08, $6,254

2. Bangart, 31.22, $4,738

3. Bettis, 31.33, $3,412

4. Routier, 31.37, $2,274

5. Baratka, 31.48, $1,327

6. Pozzi Tonozzi, 31.52, $948

7. Hansen, 31.56

8. Petska, 31.65

Total Earnings

Anzick, $14,782

Bangart, $10,424

Pozzi Tonozzi, $7,202

Bettis, $6,824

Routier, $5,875

Baratka, $4,739

Mulford, $4,738

Todd, $1,327

Richardson, $948

4th Perf, Saturday Night

Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, 15.46 seconds

Alexis Baratka, 15.60

Shelly Anzick, 15.63

Jessica Routier, 15.65

Callahan Crossley, Brownie Bi Bogie, Columbia River, 15.71

Tiany Schuster, Show Mance, Texas, 15.88

Suzanna Hill, Cee Booger Man CL, Southeastern, 15.98

Jennifer Barrett, Beduinos Prospector, Wilderness, 16.01

Wendy Chesnut, Sun Frost Merridoc, First Frontier, 16.19

Tracy Nowlin, DJG Madison, Prairie, 20.63

Nas Yeverino, Mexico, 21.39

Trula Churchill, The Cool Zippy Zevi, California, 21.42

Nicole Riggle, Cashin N On Fame, Turquoise, 21.49

3rd Perf, Saturday Matinee

Christina Mulford, 15.54

Teri Bangart, 15.69

Nikki Hansen, Sky High Guy, Badlands, 15.70

Taci Bettis, Bogie is a Smash, Texas, 15.71

Lacinda Rose, RR Meradas Real Deal, Great Lakes, 15.71

Kathy Petska, Dinero Made Me Famous, California, 15.81

Shali Lord, Pocket Full of Pozzis, Mountain States, 15.84

Kaley Bass, Wonders Cowboy Dan, Southeastern, 15.86

Ashley Day, Queen of Bullets, Montana, 15.93

Carley Richardson, Doda Flit, Prairie, 15.98

Lori Todd, Wranglers Bedrock, Turquoise, 16.03

Kellie Collier, Sierra Hall of Fame, Wilderness, 20.81

Paulina Rivera, Mexico, 21.60

 

 

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Kissimmee, Florida—With the high cost of diesel fuel, it’s a huge bonus for qualifiers to the Ram National Circuit Finals Rodeo (RNCFR) when they receive an envelope with $1,000 stipend at  check-in on Wednesday afternoon before the season ending championship rodeo kicks off on Thursday.

For cowgirls Shelly Anzick and Teri Bangart, the huge purse available proved a bonus as well. Likely the two WPRA barrel racers who travelled the furthest from home to compete here in Florida—Anzick hails from Shepherd, Montana while Bangart calls Olympia, Washington home—the cowgirls made the most of the money offered during the first go round of competition.

The RNCFR is in its fourth year in Kissimmee. The championship of pro rodeo’s circuit system, designed with part time cowboys and cowgirls in mind, the RNCFR hosts two contestants from each of 13 circuits (12 in the US as well as Mexico). All competitors get two runs and the eight best in the average advance to Sunday’s Semi-Finals.

Anzick set a high bar in the opening performance on Thursday with her run of 15.45 seconds. She led the field by a good stretch as the second half of the round took their shots during Friday night’s performance.

The arena was decked out in red, white and blue during Friday night’s Wrangler National Patriot Night performance and the rodeo pays tribute to the military and first responders during the perf and also offers free admission to all active and retired servicemen and women, along with law enforcement personnel and first responders.

Columbia River Circuit champion Bangart was first to compete on Patriot Night and she and her good horse Peak definitely turned in a peak performance.

While Bangart has a pair of nice horses to ride, Peak got the call for the majority of Bangart’s winning runs not only last summer but during the 2018 winter campaign thus far. The cowgirl is ranked inside the top 40 of the current WPRA World standings highlighted by a third place finish in Tucson, Arizona.

Clearly a fan of the sunshine, the pair stopped the clock in the Sunshine State in 15.53 seconds, firing the warning shot of the fast runs to come on Friday night as eight of the thirteen contestants were able to beat sixteen seconds during the performance.

Reigning WPRA Rookie of the Year, Taci Bettis, was second best on Friday night, and third overall in the round, with her run of 15.62 seconds on Smash. Lori Todd and Carley Richardson scampered into the money on Friday as well, slotting behind Jessica Routier’s run from Thursday.

Anzick was able to withstand the charge on Friday, winning the opening round for a check worth more than $6,000. Already among the top 30 in the WPRA World standings, Anzick will move up considerably with the round win as all money won in Kissimmee counts towards the standings.

Anzick took to Facebook, noting an equipment failure on her opening run.

“Lucky for me Scooter does his job—we had our rein stuck in the chin strap and thankful he didn’t make a turn on the way home!”

Like all contestants at the RNCFR, Anzick spent time visiting local attractions to raise awareness of the rodeo. She was at Wild Florida on Friday. Meanwhile, Bettis went to Disney World.

Saturday is Family Day at the rodeo and the second round kicks off during Saturday’s matinee performance with the same cowgirls who competed on Friday night. Preliminary competition ends in Saturday night’s Wrangler Tough Enough to Wear Pink performance with Thursday’s competitors taking their final shots at advancing.

On Sunday, each of the semi-finalists makes one more run with no previous times carried forward. The four fastest, advance to the Finals, held immediately after the eight round. The Finals are sudden death and the winner of that round is named the National Champion.

The Wrangler Network is live streaming all the action from the RNCFR at www.wranglernetwork.com. All action is also being broadcast on Pro Rodeo Live www.prorodeolive.com.

For more information on the Ram National Circuit Finals Rodeo (RNCFR), visit them on-line at www.rncfr.com and www.prorodeo,com. For continuing updates on the ladies barrel racing, stay tuned to www.wpra.com.

Results

1st Go

Name, Horse, Circuit, Time, Money Won

1. Shelly Anzick, Scooten ta Fame, Montana, 15.45, $6,254

2. Teri Bangart, RCA Three Bugs Honor, Columbia River, 15.53, $4,738

3. Taci Bettis, Bogie is a Smash, Texas, 15.62, $3,412

4. Jessica Routier, Fiery Miss West, Badlands, 15.72, $2,274

5. Lori Todd, Dashin Red Warrior LT, Turquoise, 15.75, $1,327

6. Carley Richardson, Doda Flit, Prairie, 15.78, $948

 

2nd Perf, April 6, 2018

Teri Bangart, RCA Three Bugs Honor, Columbia River, 15.53

Taci Bettis, Bogie is a Smash, Texas, 15.62

Lori Todd, Wranglers Bedrock, Turquoise, 15.75

Carley Richardson, Doda Flit, Prairie, 15.78

Kathy Petska, Dinero Made Me Famous, California, 15.84

Nikki Hansen, Sky High Guy, Badlands, 15.86

Shali Lord, Freckles Ta Fame, Mountain States, 15.91

Lacinda Rose, RR Meradas Real Deal, Great Lakes, 15.95

Kellie Collier, Sierra Hall of Fame, Wilderness, 16.03

Kaley Bass, Wonders Cowboy Dan, Southeastern, 16.12

Ashley Day, Queen of Bullets, Montana, 20.70

Christina Mulford, Panamascharlieharly, First Frontier, 20.88

Paulina Rivera, Mexico, 21.76

 

 

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Kissimmee, Florida—It’s been 13 years and three locations—spanning more than 2,300 miles—since Shelly Anzick claimed her first Ram National Circuit Finals (RNCFR) title aboard her horse Buster in 2005. She earned that victory when the event was held in Pocatello, Idaho, a drive not too far from her home in Montana.

In its more than 30 years, the crowning event of professional rodeo’s circuit system has moved from Idaho to Oklahoma City to Guthrie. In 2015, it landed in Kissimmee, Florida, hosted by Osceola County, and it will remain here through 2024. The tournament style rodeo will pay out three quarters of a million dollars in the next four days.

Twenty-six competitors earn a spot here, two from each of the 12 circuits within the United States as well as two representing the Mexican Rodeo Federation. The positions are given to circuit year-end champions as well as the winners of the average at each circuit finals rodeo while the Mexican Tour Finale determines the qualifiers from south of the border.

All contestants compete in two preliminary rounds with the eight best in the two-head average advancing to Showdown Sunday. No previous times carry forward to Sunday and the eight semi-finalists race to be among the top four to advance to the final round. The Final round is also sudden death, held later in the same performance.

The winner of the Finals will be named the National Champion and take home a $20,000 voucher from Ram towards a new vehicle, a Polaris RANGER UTV, a pair of exotic boots from Justin, a trophy saddle from Cactus Saddlery, and a Montana Silversmiths buckle. All money won counts towards 2018 WPRA World standings, giving the winner a nice jump toward a possible berth at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo (WNFR).

Anzick is one of two former RNCFR champions in the mix this year along with two-time RNCFR winner—and two-time World Champion—Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi.

Anzick is a four-time champion of the Montana Circuit including last season, a victory won after a torrid late season run through the circuit. Riding her horse Scooter, Anzick sealed the victory by winning two rounds of the Ram Montana Circuit Finals Rodeo in January, punching a ticket to her fourth RNCFR.

Interestingly, the first performance of the 2018 RNCFR was held on Thursday morning, April 5 and is known as Rodeo Preview Day, an educational performance designed to introduce new fans to the sport. Many of the spectators are local school kids, enjoying a break from the classroom as they learn about rodeo.

Despite the early morning hour, the contestants came with no sleep in their eyes nor drag to their steps. Anzick was the second cowgirl to compete, making her first appearance inside the Silver Spurs Arena.  She blasted the field which included Pozzi Tonozzi and two Finalists here previously, Tiany Schuster and Callahan Crossley. Anzick took the lead in the opening round by nearly three tenths of a second after stopping the clock in 15.45 seconds.

Badlands Circuit Champ Jessica Routier is sitting second. She piloted her outstanding young horse Missy to a time of 15.72 seconds while Alexis Baratka, 2017 rookie from the Great Lakes Circuit, rode her mare Lucy to third currently with a 15.88 second run.

The first round will end in Friday night’s performance with the headliner likely being Kaley Bass. Bass is a three-time WNFR qualifier who lives in Kissimmee. She’ll be joined by fellow WNFR qualifiers Taci Bettis, Carley Richardson, Nikki Hansen, Kellie Collier and Shali Lord.

For more information on the Ram National Circuit Finals Rodeo (RNCFR), visit them on-line at www.rncfr.com and www.prorodeo.com. For continuing updates on the ladies barrel racing, stay tuned to www.wpra.com.

Results

1st Go (In Progress)

Name, Horse, Circuit, Time

1st Perf, April 5, 2018

1. Shelly Anzick, Scooten ta Fame, Montana, 15.45

2. Jessica Routier, Fiery Miss West, Badlands, 15.72

3. Alexis Baratka, Queen Red Cash, Great Lakes, 15.88

4. Jennifer Barrett, Beduinos Prospector, Wilderness, 15.93

5. Tiany Schuster, Show Mance, Texas, 15.94

6. Tracy Nowlin, DJG Madison, Prairie, 15.99

7. Wendy Chestnut, Sun Frost Merridoc, First Frontier, 16.01

Suzanna Hill, Cee Booger Man CL, Southeastern, 16.01

8. Callahan Crossley, Brownie Bi Bogie, Columbia River, 16.04

9. Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, Steele Magnolias, Mountain States, 16.06

10. Trula Churchill, The Cool Zippy Zevi, California, 16.50

11. Nicole Riggle, Cashin N On Fame, Turquoise, 21.19

12. Nas Yeverino, Mexico, 22.32

 

 

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