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Swimming

Olympic silver medalist Maritza Correia McClendon, right, the first black female swimmer in the 2004 U.S. Olympic team, helps Taylor Cornish, 7, of Capital Height, Md., float during a swimming workshop at Fort Meade. Instructor Jillian Boucree, 16, top left, helps another child with the basic of swimming. African American sorority Sigma Gamma Rho, of which Correia McClendon is a honorary member, has partnered with USA Swimming to teach more African-American children and adults to swim.

Kenneth K. Lam, Baltimore Sun
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