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Eyon Smith, a member of the Team Bliss Track Club,



Eyon Smith, a member of the Team Bliss Track Club, rounds the corner and works to stay ahead of a competitor while running in the 2012 Arizona Regulation Meet at the Canyon Del Oro High School Track and Field Complex in Tucson, Ariz., March 16. Smith’s best finish of the day was running 6 minutes, 45.30 seconds in his 1500-meter run to take fourth place in his age group.



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