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Born fighters

Original post made on Jan 7, 2009

On a hot, late-August evening, the air in the gym felt thick with sweat and perspiration; the heat elevated an already difficult workout into the realm of painful. The young boxers were struggling to breathe, to see through the sweat, and yet their hands seemed always to hit their mark.

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Posted by nancy eldredge
a resident of Menlo Park
on Jan 7, 2009 at 11:33 am

to fatima alcantar:
you are doing a great job encouraging your fellow up an coming boxers and helping others find their way in life by your example. please stay doing what you do so well.


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