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Edited by Jon Bush | email
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) – All eyes may have been on a certain runner more so than the Olympic torch as it makes its way through Newfoundland.
"I'm nine months pregnant, today is really my due date," said Deanne Burton Snow, and Olympic torch runner.
No baby yet, the 4th grade teacher is tired, but still pregnant tonight. The relay will reach a thousand communities in Canada before arriving in Vancouver for the start of the winter Olympics in February.
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