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UNC psychology student heads to Olympics as part of U.S. rhythmic gymnastics team


UNC sophomore Camilla Feeley is ending her rhythmic gymnastics career with a bang as a member of Team USA at the Tokyo Olympics. After dedicating 15 years to the sport, the 21-year-old will be hanging up her ribbons to focus on her academics in Chapel Hill, where she hopes to obtain a degree in psychology. "It was honestly something out of a dream." (Daily Tar Heel)

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UNC psychology student heads to Olympics as part of U.S. rhythmic gymnastics team


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