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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. 1,075 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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Just Sayin: Treuth gets taste of international success

When Alice Treuth stepped onto the podium at the Irish Open swim championships to accept first place for her winning time of 2:14:04 in the 200-meter backstroke, it was the cherry on top of more than a week in Dublin, Ireland. 827 more words

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Bowie track star chasing more success

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PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY, Md. (WUSA9) — It’s a steamy summer night at the Prince Georges County SportsPlex and sprinter Maxwell Willis is taking photos with championship medals draped around his neck and first place rings on his fingers. 320 more words

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2015 Grandma's Marathon

This past Saturday, June 20th, I competed in my 5th marathon, Grandma’s Marathon in Duluth, MN. I had raced twice before in Duluth, in 2012 and 2013 at the USATF Half Marathon Championships. 2,295 more words

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Two Morris alumni nominated for top NCAA prize

Lock Haven senior Chrissy Baffuto (West Morris) and Rutgers senior Greta Leberfinger (Chatham) were both on a long list of school nominees for the NCAA’s… 152 more words

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Shell dominates state's pole vaulters — again

Mackenzie Shell’s dominance could certainly be described by what she does at her best. The recent Port Huron Northern graduate has the top 14 jumps in state history in the pole vault, after all. 1,070 more words

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