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    Then one day while in the car with her mother, a 12-year-old Muhammad noticed a fencing practice through the windows of a local high school. Since fencers are covered from head to toe for protection, Muhammad knew right away she had found her calling — and perhaps even a way to help pay for college.Muhammad soon hooked up with the Westbrook Foundation, an organization run by former Olympian Peter Westbrook to teach fencing to undeserved communities in metro New York. She later earned a scholarship from Duke, where she was a three-time

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