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mschiot #cassbugge the band 1d

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mschiot Lobster rolls for days #cassandmolly 1d

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  •   jd_samson Congrats! Wish we could be there! I love you! 1d
  •   camohex This is wonderful 1d

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mschiot Biba seeing fireflies!#cassandmolly 2d

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mschiot So glad we picked the right state to get married#cassandmolly 3d

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mschiot No going back! Signing the Bugge Schiot wedding license. So it begins! #cassandmolly 4d

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mschiot Kay Yow, a native of North Carolina, got her first basketball as a Christmas present when she was seven and played with it nonstop. She began coaching at North Carolina State three years after the passage of Title IX, the federal law that mandates equal opportunity for female athletes in high schools and colleges. Her success paved the way for programs at Duke and the University of North Carolina and gave the state of North Carolina a distinction it held for many years of having the best women’s basketball in the U.S. #playforkay#butchhistory 6d

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mschiot Schiot-Bugge(7daysaway) 1w

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mschiot Sister wives #4th 1w

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mschiot Anything to take their minds off the 1w

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mschiot Rica Reinisch started to swim at the early age of 8. At the 1980 Olympic Games she won three gold medals and was inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame nine years later. In 1982 she collapsed at a training camp in the Ukraine as a result of an inflammation of the ovaries and had to give up competitive swimming. Reinisch had two abortive births – possibly related to her earlier doping history. Like many other GDR swimmers she was systematically doped by her coaches as instructed by GDR State Security, the Stasi. Unlike many of her teammates she testified against sports officials such as Manfred Ewald (former president of the East German NOC) and Manfred Höppner (former head of the GDR Sports Medicine Service) in their 2000 trial.#butchhistory 2w

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mschiot A native of Flint, Michigan, Sophie Kurys was by far the greatest base stealer in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League history. She was nicknamed Tina Cobb or the Flint Flash for her swiftness in stealing bases, because once she reached base she was virtually unstoppable. Eighty percent of the time she stole at least one base, averaging 150 steals per season between 1944 and 1950, with a career-high 201 in 1946. Besides this, she amassed a World Record with a career 1,114 stolen bases, more than Ty Cobb (892), and later more than both Lou Brock (938) and Japanese star Yutaka Fukumoto (1,065), until her mark was surpassed by Rickey Henderson in 1994. Her 201 stolen bases in a single season still stands as a professional record, collecting 71 more than Henderson (130), who set the Major League Baseball single-season record in 1982. Her mark of 201 stolen bases (in 203 attempts) was recognized in a 2013 exhibit by the Baseball Hall of Fame. Cincinnati Reds prospect Billy Hamilton set the minor league mark in 2012 with 155, while Rickey Henderson holds the modern major league record with 130. Kurys was a longtime resident of Scottsdale, Arizona, where she died in 2013 at the age of 87, following complications from surgery.#butchhistory #women's baseball 2w

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mschiot Cleaning out the hardrives. Apple doesn't fall from @maranda223 @therealmalinakerman @malia_james 2w

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mschiot Freshman guard Ginger Rouse and sophomore center Genia Beasley, N.C. State University women's basketball players, 1977-1978 season#butchhistory 2w

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