From Paul de Barros in today’s Seattle Times:
Chris Harshman and his brother, Paul, have always been “friendly competitors,” says Chris.
When they were in high school in the late 1970s, they both played in jazz band, both ran track and marched side by side in an out-of-school marching band. In college, they flourished in the jazz band, roomed together and ran on the same cross-country team.
Just one year apart — Paul is 47; Chris, 46 — they had some sibling rivalry, but were careful not to get in each other’s way, playing different instruments (Paul, trumpet; Chris, reeds) and rarely competing in the same sporting events.
“It has never been me versus him,” insists Paul Harshman.
Not until this week, that is.
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