National karate team member and USA Junior Karate championships bronze medalist Kenneth McLymore, 17, of Cary, punches during a portrait session at his dojo, Mo's Shotokon Karate, on Tuesday, July 22, 2014.
National karate team member and USA Junior Karate championships bronze medalist Kenneth McLymore, 17, of Cary, punches during a portrait session at his dojo, Mo's Shotokon Karate, on Tuesday, July 22, 2014. newsobserver.com
National karate team member and USA Junior Karate championships bronze medalist Kenneth McLymore, 17, of Cary, punches during a portrait session at his dojo, Mo's Shotokon Karate, on Tuesday, July 22, 2014. newsobserver.com

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