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Women wrestlers Medina Gray and Hubbard read to children at hospital
By TheMat.com | Sept. 30, 2010, 3:47 p.m. (ET)Athletes Jessica Medina, Adeline Gray, Anna Palmer and Alicia Hubbard pose with child after reading to her at Memorial Hospital. Medina, Gray and Hubbard are women's freestyle wrestlers. Photo by Riley Steinmetz/USOC
Three U.S. women's freestyle wrestlers recently volunteered in a community service project, where they read books to children receiving care at Memorial Children's Hospital in Colorado Springs, Colo.
The three U.S. Olympic Training Center athletes involved were Jessica Medina, Adeline Gray and Alicia Hubbard. Medina is a two-time U.S. World Team member and Gray competed on the 2009 U.S. World Team. All train at the U.S. Olympic Training Center.
The story about this visit was published on the U.S. Olympic Committee's website, TeamUSA.org, and was written by Anna Palmer, a judo athlete who also volunteered to read to the young children.
Read the story and see how members of USA Wrestling's women's program are helping give back to others in their community.
USOC FEATURE: Athletes read to children at Memorial Hospital
PHOTO GALLERY: Memorial Children's Hospital reading