people in the news

December 2006
PN;Dec2006, Vol. 60 Issue 12, p25
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The article presents information about disabled people who were in news recently. Women's Sports Foundation presented the 2006 Wilma Rudolph Courage Award to Jean Driscoll, the only athlete to win the Boston Marathon eight times in the race's 110-year history. Editor Cliff Crase has been selected for the Athletes with Disabilities Hall of Fame for 2006. Memphis VA Medical Center Spinal-cord Injury Unit staff has appreciated Mid-South Paralyzed Veterans of America member Harold Holbrook.


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