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Most Influential Women: Amy Van Dyken-Rouen

AZ Big Media - 18 Aug 2017
Az Business and AZRE magazines announced the publications' lists of the Most Influential Women in Arizona for 2017 in the July issues of the magazines. Azbigmedia.com will be profiling each of the Most Influential Women in Arizona in the coming weeks.
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More gold, more records for Stanford Olympian Manuel

Palo Alto Online - 30 Jul 2017
She also placed third in the 50-meter free with an American record 23.97, becoming the first American to medal in the event since Amy Van Dyken raced to a gold medal in 1998. Her final tally is five gold medals, a bronze medal, three world records and ...
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CAREGIVERS LEARN FROM AMY VAN DYKEN-ROUEN

9NEWS.com - 15 Nov 2016
A nonprofit in Denver is featuring former Olympic swimmer Amy Van Dyken-Rouen at a symposium for caregivers. The six-time Olympic champion was critically injured in an ATV accident in 2014. Her spinal cord was severed, and she was paralyzed from the ...
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US gold medalist Amy Van Dyken severs spine in ATV accident

USA TODAY - 10 Jun 2014
Amy Van Dyken Rouen, a six-time Olympic gold-medal-winning swimmer, remained hospitalized Monday in an intensive-care unit in Scottsdale after suffering injuries during an all-terrain vehicle accident Friday. Van Dyken Rouen, 41, was in the ICU at ...
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Amy Van Dyken-Rouen's biggest step

azcentral.com - 15 Jun 2015
There was a time when it would have been hard to imagine a simple walk would be a challenge for Amy — that's the Amy Van Dyken, the one who was an Olympic champion, a six-time gold medalist. The one who pushed her coaches' buttons just to make ...
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​Olympian Amy Van Dyken learning to walk again

CBS News - 03 Jun 2015
PHOENIX -- A year ago Amy Van Dyken was in a hospital bed unable to move -- the result of an ATV accident. Even though doctors initially said she suffered a severe spinal injury, she vowed to walk again. Now she is, with help from a full-body machine ...

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