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Little Olympians brave rain to compete in track, field

11:46 PM, Jun. 13, 2013
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The concession stand at Stiehm Stadium sold an unusual amount of hot chocolate June 8as young athletes tried to stay warm rather than hydrated with sports drinks in between sporting events.

Rain poured from the sky while about 150 young track and field athletes competed in the 48th annual Kiwanis Little Olympics. Family members at the stadium stood under umbrellas and cheered from the sidelines.

Little Olympics, a free event for children ages 5 to 12, is one of two major service projects the Kiwanis Club of Greater Wausau hosts every year, and athletes and their families say it's always a ...

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