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My name is Lydia. I'm a second-year physical therapy student and a 2016 Olympian, having competed in the Women’s 10-meter air pistol event in Rio de Janeiro.

Being part of Team USA's Shooting Team and training for the Olympic Games are in many ways similar to joining the physical therapy profession, navigating physical therapy school, and demonstrating what we as physical therapists embody.

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