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A Georgetown study says the South is stuck in an economic low-wage/low-skill cycle, putting it years behind the rest of the United States in preparing for the future high wage and skill jobs that will require post-secondary education.
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London Finley (C'12), Emily Infeld (B'12) and Amanda Kimbers (C13), all featured in this video, are among the Georgetown students and alumni who competed in the 2012 Olympic Trials. "I think they all are very intrinsically motivated," says Patrick Henner, director of Georgetown's Track & Field and Cross Country Programs. "I think as coaches we have guided them and helped them along the path, but they have brought their own fire and passion to the sport and I think this has culminated in them being among some of the nation’s best athletes." Watch the three Olympic hopefuls talk about what it's like to be a student athlete and the lessons they've learned from sports.
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