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Incoming Stanford freshman diver a real Tiger when it comes to prodigious talent

Original post made on Jul 8, 2011

Kristian Ipsen isn't a household name like Tiger Woods, at least not yet. The two, however, have something very much in common when it comes to athletic accomplishments. Both headed to Stanford University as prodigies.

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Posted by Pete Laurence
a resident of another community
on Jul 8, 2011 at 9:21 am

A great article on a great young man. Being from Kristian's home town and being a former Mayor here, I can attest that Kristian and his family will make Stanford as proud of themselves, as Clayton is of them. Kritian's dedicated hard work, keeping himself centered on what's important about life, and his all around cheerful nature will stand him in good stead at Stanford, at the coming Olympics, and in Life!


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