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Brianne McLaughlin

 
Brianne McLaughlin is a two-time Olympian and goalie with the United States Women’s Hockey Team. 
She earned a Silver Medal in the 2014 Olympic Winter Games at Sochi, Russia and was a goaltender when the U.S. team won silver in Vancouver, B.C. in 2010. 
She continues to compete internationally. During four years of collegiate hockey at Robert Morris University, McLaughlin set the NCAA record with 3,809 career saves. 
She immediately joined the U.S. Women’s National Team and has won three gold medals—the Four Nations Cup in 2011 and the World Championships in 2011 and 2013. 
McLaughlin also has three silver medals—the two Olympics and the 2012 World Championships.
 

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  The mission of BallouSkies is to provide funds for groundbreaking research that will assist boys with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. MD weakens all muscles, and without a cure all of their muscles will weaken and eventually fail. The funds  we provide are helping doctors to identify early muscle damage, especially in the heart, and develop better treatments to help keep boys stronger and healthier longer. If we can look at numerous boys, map the progression of scarring and weakening of these vital muscles, and test better and better combinations of medicines to limit scarring and strengthen muscle Š we can hopefully extend lives until  there is a cure!  
     
 

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