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THE LOOK BOOK GOES TO The High-School Track-and-Field Championships

On April 13, hundreds of high-school students competed at the 2019 Mayor’s Cup at Icahn Stadium on Randall’s Island for the title of best in the city.

RACHEL RICHARDS,

Junior, East Harlem Pride, Triple Jump

You’re just about to compete? Yes, the triple jump, which I won sixth place in at the Junior Olympics last year. I get nervous with other events, but this one’s peaceful for me.

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