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The world is her gym

with a competitive streak embedded in their DNA — and Ashley Kaltwasser is proof of that. Though she names gymnastics as her first love, it was to track and field that really got Kaltwasser’s blood pumping. “I loved the discipline of the sport,” she says. “It taught me to work hard and got me into incredible shape.” She was rewarded

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