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Jialin Quinlan

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jialin.quinlan@gmail.com
Jialin is an aspiring gymnast who started her career at the young age of 3. She was rated Maryland's number one pole vaulter in 2004 and her floor routine was widely considered able to compete with Shawn Johnson. However, a horrific addiction to peanut butter led her to gain 134 pounds forcing her to drop out of contention for the last spot in the 2008 olympic team. Her heroic return to gymnastics has been chronicled by the New York Times and she is being heralded as "the big wide hope."

Stories Authored (26)

Celebrate a mad March, Chips-style

Chips Trips: Curling

Nando’s Peri Peri spices up Downtown dining

Dress to kill the winter chill

Spy in the city

Classes canceled for 2011

In case of emergency

Lady Blazers maul Wildcats in first home game

HSA waivers could be extended

Reaching the limit

Country in profile: Pakistan

Country in profile: Pakistan

"Up in the Air" soars above the rest

Athlete of the Week: Varsity Soccer, Aaron Baldwin

Education budget protected

Construction projects continue in the Downtown Silver Spring area

Vikings overtake Blazer's efforts, 1-3

Blair knocks Churchill out of first round of playoffs

Varsity boys' soccer trounces Trojans on senior night

Boys' soccer brings down undefeated Sherwood

Varsity boys' soccer wins decisively over Walter Johnson

Parents surveyed on venue for 2010 graduation

Blue Devils incinerate Blazers

Boys’ soccer overruns Paintbranch's weaknesses

B-CC edges out Blair for the win

Boys' soccer narrowly overpowers Northwood

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