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Chris Cameron Succeeds Against the Odds
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"The New York Times" has a feature on U.S. world team member Chris Cameron of the University of Michigan, who was born with a congenital condition called hemihypertrophy. The condition caused one side of his body to outgrow the other side, and he estimates there is a 10-lb. difference between his two legs. Cameron, the 2010 NCAA all-around champion, says the condition causes a challenge on the leg events, yet beneficial on others. Click here to read the article at

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