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Summer is finally here and school is out! Along with the excitement of lazy days by the pool comes the busiest vacation time of the year. While many vacations are typically jam-packed with activities, athletes typically do not have time or equipment to practice their sport. But have no fear because there are many ways to stay fit and physically active while on vacation. Whether you’re in a hotel, a

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When Emily Reid was a gymnast, she loved to win. She liked to travel to meets, spray her hair with glitter, pull on her shiny leotard and compete to the best of her ability. She enjoyed the thrill of watching her scores improve every meet, knowing that all of her hard work and sacrifices were paying off. Flash forward to today, and Emily

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The end of the school year is quickly approaching, so we wanted to know what our athletes were most looking forward to this summer! From family vacations to beach days to grandma’s house, sounds like our athletes have tons of fun ahead of them!

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08 May

Dear Mom,

Thank you for all the times you picked me up when I fell down. For cleaning up my boo-boos and kissing them to make them feel better. For drying my tears and replacing them with a smile.   Thank you for reprimanding when I mess up, so I can learn.

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I have Asperger’s, don’t worry it’s not contagious.” As a child, Matteo Gavilano didn’t talk a lot. He was quiet and didn’t like walking on grass or sand.  Sometimes stretching his arms and his legs out was just too difficult. So at 2 years old, his family decided

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