How I Do It: Emma Skelley, Osbourn Park
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How I Do It: Emma Skelley, Osbourn Park

Osbourn Park sophomore Emma Skelley talks about her stroke. A swimmer who placed third in the 200-freestyle and first in the 500-freestyle in the Northwest Regional championship meet, Skelley helped lift Osbourn Park to the Northwest Region title. (Katelynn Bell for Synthesis/Koubaroulis LLC./The Washington Post)

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