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Sanya Richards-Ross takes "victory lap" at Penn Relays

Sanya Richards-Ross called her final race at the Penn Relays her "victory lap." Anchoring the U.S. women's 1600 relay, the three-time Olympian and three-time gold medalist had a huge lead going into her leg, making her trot around Franklin Field in front of nearly 45,000 spectators giving her a standing ovation all the more special.

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Michael Andrew, professional swimmer, looking toward Rio Summer Olympics 03:03

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David Brown: Blind sprinter, world champion 03:08

David Brown: Blind sprinter, world champion

At 93, Bill Guilfoil competes for spot on Olympic team 02:08

At 93, Bill Guilfoil competes for spot on Olympic team

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David Brown: Blind sprinter, world champion

At 15 months old, David Brown started losing his eyesight due to Kawasaki disease, which resulted in glaucoma. By the time he was 6 years old, he completely lost his vision. Brown is one of the world’s top International Paralympic athletes, the fastest blind runner on the planet, and the world champion and double world record holder in the 100 meter and 200 meter sprints.
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David Brown: Blind sprinter, world champion 03:08

David Brown: Blind sprinter, world champion

At 93, Bill Guilfoil competes for spot on Olympic team 02:08

At 93, Bill Guilfoil competes for spot on Olympic team

Michael Andrew, professional swimmer, looking toward Rio Summer Olympics 03:03

Michael Andrew, professional swimmer, looking toward Rio Summer Olympics

Matt Besler reflects on Sporting KC's 1-1 draw with the LA Galaxy 01:04

Matt Besler reflects on Sporting KC's 1-1 draw with the LA Galaxy