How I Do It: Joey Muzzio, Robinson, Indoor Track
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How I Do It: Joey Muzzio, Robinson, Indoor Track

Joey Muzzio, a Robinson senior high jumper, talks about the technique that has made him one of the area's best jumpers. The son of Rob Muzzio -- who took fifth in the decathlon in the 1992 Olympic games in Barcelona -- Joey has either broken or is close to breaking all of the records his father set before graduating from Robinson in 1982. (Katherine Vences for Synthesis/Koubaroulis LLC/The Washington Post)

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