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SLP Track and Field Sisters Win Gold in National Competition

The two sisters, age 11 and 12, won events at the State Games of America track meet in Harrisburg, Penn.

Faith Robinson and Grace Robinson posing in front of Track with their medals. Credit: Lisa Robinson
Faith Robinson and Grace Robinson posing in front of Track with their medals. Credit: Lisa Robinson
St. Louis Park sisters Faith and Grace Robinson competed in the State Games of America track meet in Harrisburg, Penn., on Aug. 3 and 4, winning multiple medals.

- Faith Robinson, 12, competed in the 100, 200  and Long jump and took first in each for the 11 and 12 age group.

- Grace Robinson, 11, competed in the 800, high jump and long jump and took first in the 800, third in high jump and sixth (highest for an 11 year old) for the same age group.

The State Games of America is a biennial Olympic-style event featuring competition between State Games medal winners from across the country.

Hutch Walch August 11, 2013 at 10:51 AM
Faith & Grace the people of SLP are so very proud of you. It must be hard work and lots of training to prepare for national competition like that. We'll be looking for you in upcoming Olympic Games!! Pastor Hutch Walch The Expedition Church

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