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September 7, 2016 Star Tribune by: Rachel Blount

Along the way to becoming a Paralympic gold medalist, Mallory Weggemann liked to say that swimming saved her. When her life took another unexpected turn, she was afraid the sport that kept her afloat might be lost to her forever.

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September 6, 2016 USA Today by: Callie Caplan

As Brad Snyder stood atop the podium in the London Aquatics Centre at the 2012 Paralympics, a gold medal dangling from his neck, he heard cheers from the crowd.

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September 6, 2016 The Washington Post by: Dave Sheinin

Brad Snyder still sees the pool spread out around him, vivid as ever, his blindness be damned, as sure as he can feel the water against his limbs. He sees the wake forming behind him as he churns through his lane and the black lines on the bottom and the bright colors of the lane lines, guiding... Learn more

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September 1, 2016 DoD News by: Katie Lange

The Rio 2016 Olympic Summer Games might be over, but the Paralympics are just gearing up!

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August 29, 2016 MPR News by: Emma Sapong

Mallory Weggemann captured gold in the 2012 Paralympic Games but a severe hand injury in 2014 made retirement, not Rio, a likelihood.

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August 29, 2016 Kare 11 by: Heidi Wigdahl

LAKEVILLE, Minn. -- A swimming champion from Eagan leaves Minnesota Friday to compete in the 2016 Paralympic Games.

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August 29, 2016 Twin Cities Pioneer Press by: BOB SANSEVERE

It was supposed to be a routine epidural injection. Instead, it was life-altering for Mallory Weggemann.

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August 23, 2016 ABC 2 News by: Shawn Stepner

Baltimore, Md. (WMAR) - Monday was a typical morning at the Loyola University pool. Brad Snyder put in his laps. His coach Brian Loeffler, like always, watched closely. So is Gizzy. Brad’s guide dog. Brad is blind.

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