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Brad Snyder before the 2012 Paralympic Games in London.

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Brad Snyder, Ph.D. candidate at Princeton, wins Paralympic gold medal in Tokyo

Brad Snyder, a PhD in Public Affairs candidate at Princeton who was blinded in 2011 while serving as a Navy lieutenant, won gold last night in the triathlon at the Tokyo Paralympics.

Brad Snyder, a PhD in Public Affairs candidate at Princeton who was blinded in 2011 while serving as a Navy lieutenant, won gold last night in the triathlon at the Tokyo Paralympics.


Tom George ’18 rowing for Princeton in 2017.
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Three Tigers compete in men’s eight rowing final, Tom George ’18 wins bronze

George’s triumph means that Princeton now has 22 rowing Olympic medals all-time, including two bronze medals in Tokyo 2020 (Fred Vystavel ’16 earned his medal earlier this week).

George’s triumph means that Princeton now has 22 rowing Olympic medals all-time, including two bronze medals in Tokyo 2020 (Fred Vystavel ’16 earned his medal earlier this week).


Fred Vystavel ’16 (left) and his partner Joachim Sutton
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Fred Vystavel ’16 wins bronze for Denmark in men’s pair rowing

After nearly a week of competition, Princeton finally has its first medalist of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. With the third-place finish, Vystavel becomes the 60th Princetonian to medal at an Olympic Games.

After nearly a week of competition, Princeton finally has its first medalist of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. With the third-place finish, Vystavel becomes the 60th Princetonian to medal at an Olympic Games.


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