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A Family Legacy For UNC Gymnastics Star Elizabeth Culton


Durham native was honored as a first-team All-America in 2021 and was the first Tar Heel to earn first-team honors since 2005. The honor had special significance, considering her grandfather, Bill Cobey, was an assistant athletics director when UNC established its first seven varsity women's sports, including gymnastics, in 1971-72. (GoHeels.com)

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A Family Legacy For UNC Gymnastics Star Elizabeth Culton


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