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Q&A With UNC Wrestler Gino Esposito


Gino Esposito: "Being a student-athlete at UNC is an honor and a privilege. To be an elite athlete and top-notch student requires sacrifice, discipline, and toughness. You have to go the extra mile in everything you do. You have to pursue excellence at all times and take responsibility for your actions, knowing every decision you make shapes your character." (GoHeels.com)

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