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Plymouth catching Olympic fever as Uceny prepares for games

July 24, 2012

By Rick Schutt, South Bend Tribune

Morgan Uceny has her hometown of Plymouth buzzing right now as she gets ready to run for the gold. Let's just say they have Olympic fever, or better yet Morgan Uceny fever. The town and her family are ready for Mo to show her talent to the world.

"I still can't believe it. I have to pinch myself to realize that it's happening," said Marty Uceny

Brenda and Marty Uceny have seen their daughter grow from a young girl, to nervous to run, to an Olympian who will showcase her skills on the world stage.

"Whether she wins, whether she doesn't win, we still love her and are very proud of her," said Brenda.

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