Margy Keefe

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[[File:Expect The Unexpected.jpg|400px|thumb|right|Margy Cramer wins silver medal at 2005 World Swimming Championships in Montreal, Canada, an example of [[Predictable unpredictability]]]][[Margy Cramer]] nee Keefe was an NCAA swimmer at Penn State who won the silver medal in the 5 km race at the 2005 World Swimming Championships in Montreal, Canada.  She also competed at the 2004 USA Olympic Swimming Trials and is currently an assistant coach for the Towson University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams.
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[[File:Expect The Unexpected.jpg|400px|thumb|right|Margy Cramer wins silver medal at 2005 World Swimming Championships in Montreal, Canada, an example of [[Predictable unpredictability]].  Photo by Dr. [[Jim Miller]]]][[Margy Cramer]] nee Keefe was an NCAA swimmer at Penn State who won the silver medal in the 5 km race at the 2005 World Swimming Championships in Montreal, Canada.  She also competed at the 2004 USA Olympic Swimming Trials and is currently an assistant coach for the Towson University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams.
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Margy Cramer wins silver medal at 2005 World Swimming Championships in Montreal, Canada, an example of Predictable unpredictability. Photo by Dr. Jim Miller
Margy Cramer nee Keefe was an NCAA swimmer at Penn State who won the silver medal in the 5 km race at the 2005 World Swimming Championships in Montreal, Canada. She also competed at the 2004 USA Olympic Swimming Trials and is currently an assistant coach for the Towson University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams.

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