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CovCath grad Williamson makes Pan-Am splash

The Pan-American Games are considered a major stepping stone to the Summer Olympics.

Although his performance in the tuneup gave him a boost to his hopes for the 2016 Olympic Games, Max Williamson is focused on more immediate goals. 602 more words

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Ole Miss names Price-Smith new track & field coach

OXFORD – It’s been a busy few weeks for Connie Price-Smith.

Last week, Team USA named her the women’s track & field coach for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 433 more words

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Radio Interview on WCGO 1590 AM

Dear All;  I did a Radio interview last month on 6/26/2015.  It was in three parts of 16-17 minutes long.  They were combined into a 1 hour segment (including commercials).   70 more words

Former NDA star Brunemann keeps Olympic dreams afloat

Like any swimmer, Emily Brunemann hopes to swim in the 2016 Summer Olympics. She has a chance, but she’ll need help from others first.

Until then, the 2005 Notre Dame Academy graduate gets to focus on other big international meets and a shot at history, beginning July 11. 677 more words

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Dearborn's Brewis runs into Olympic Marathon trials

February 2016 will feature the biggest running day of Courtney Brewis’ life.

The former Dearborn Divine Child and Grand Valley State University star is scheduled to be in Los Angeles for the Olympic Marathon trials. 569 more words

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Gerry Norris takes over Chiles' swim program

As a kid moved about in a military family, Gerry Norris didn’t have stability in mind when he arrived in Tallahassee from Miami in 1968 to swim in college for Florida State. 1,085 more words

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Diving coach, MND grad Rapp adds another Hall

READING – When the phone first rang and the caller identified themselves as being from LaRosa’s Pizzeria, Lori Rapp was thinking she just won free pizza. 571 more words

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