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A rally, a world track silver for Lindblom's Shamier Little

A rally, a world track silver for Lindblom's Shamier Little

From nervous tears of anticipated despair to the joy of winning a silver medal. That is the range of emotion Lindblom grad Shamier Little went through in 49 hours at the World Track & Field Championships in Beijing. "It has been a roller-coaster," Little said via telephone Wednesday from China.  "To come from the first two rounds feeling very doubtful and to be make it through and be proud of what I accomplished, it's a big difference." Little, a junior at Texas A&M, was disconsolate after Monday’s semifinals of the 400-meter hurdles, thinking she had failed to make the final after finishing third in her heat. Only the top two in each semi and...

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