Smock goes from small Minnesota town to Olympian
FARGO -- Looking back, it was just a couple of subtle steps that helped produce North Dakota State's first United States Olympic track and field athlete. How Amanda (Thieschafer) Smock went from small-town Melrose, Minn., to the 2012 Games in London is a testament in "you never know."
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