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Olympian Anthony Famiglietti ran a few laps outside Davidson Elementary School with 2nd graders on Monday. (David Boraks/DavidsonNews.net)
Anthony Famiglietti speaks to kids at Davidson Elementary School Monday. (David Boraks/DavidsonNews.net)
By DAVID BORAKS
Runner Anthony Famiglietti has his sights set on making his third U.S. Olympic team this June. As he chases that goal, he’s also reaching out to his adopted community of Davidson, both for support and to share his philosophy.
On Monday, “Fam,” as he is affectionately known, was at Davidson Elementary School, where he answered questions from second graders. They wanted to know what he eats, how many miles a day he runs, and this one: “What does it feel like to run?”
“It’s a great feeling,” he told students of teachers Dana Higgins and Tina Brock. But, he added, “It hurts.” Read the full story
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