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Special Olympic swimmer Erin Gilmore, Tennis duo Kristen Hunter and Chris Christenbury and Cyclist Darius Robinson just got back to North Carolina. The group represented North Carolina at the Special Olympic games in New Jersey.

While they were there, they won metals of all kinds, bronze, silver, and gold.

 

 

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