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Katie




Meet Katie. Katie does not have one favorite sport, but she loves to go to live games and gets "involved and passionate" for whomever is playing. In her free time, Katie can be found at the gym because she loves and lives for weight training and anything involving competition. While living on the East Coast she even found herself competing in ballroom and latin dance! 

Fun facts about Katie: She can play the violin, she loves to play on aerial silk, she loves to go to New York and travel all over the place, she puts barbeque sauce on just about everything, and she will "try anything twice... okay, three times. Just to be sure". 









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