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Life takes detour

Taylor went from a swimmer to a triathlete with a promising future

By Cindy Luis

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Oct 25, 2013

~~<p>Kathryn Taylor's life path had long been dictated by straight, black lines. It's what she saw when swimming competitively from the age of 4 through her college career at Columbia.</p>
<p>The pool was a metaphor for what she perceived as her future. Coming from a family of doctors and scientists, it seemed only natural she'd get her degree in environmental biology and go on to medical school.</p>
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Kathryn Taylor's life path had long been dictated by straight, black lines. It's what she saw when swimming competitively from the age of 4 through her college career at Columbia.

The pool was a metaphor for what she perceived as her future. Coming from a family of doctors and scientists, it seemed only natural she'd get her degree in environmental biology and go on to medical school. Login for more...



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