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Tar Heel Legend Sue Walsh Excels At Master's Nationals


Sue Walsh, vice president of UNC's Educational Foundation, 1984 Patterson Medal Winner and four-year Tar Heel All-America women's swimmer, continues to excel at her chosen sport 24 years after her graduation from UNC. Walsh, an 11-time national champion, represented the N.C. Aquatic Club, at the 2008 U.S. Master's Short Course National Championships last week, in the process setting a world master's record for her age group in the 50-yard freestyle. (Tar Heel Blue)


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