Lashinda Demus: From Youth Sports to the Olympics, Why Fair Play Should Be the Winner Embed from Getty Images “You just want something that is safe, fun, and fair.” As a mother of 11-year-old twins, that’s what Lashinda Demus is looking for in youth sports. But the two-time Olympian and silver medalist in 400-meter hurdles…
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