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The random article for Thursday, 28 November 2019 is Courtenay Stewart.
Courtenay Stewart (born January 17, 1985 in Markham, Ontario) is a Canadian synchronized swimmer, who won the silver medal in the women's duet at the 2003 Pan American Games alongside partner Fanny Létourneau. Her best finish at the 2003 world championships in Barcelona, Spain was a fourth-place finish in the free routine combination. She was a member of the 2004 Canadian Olympic Team that placed 5th at the Games in Athens, Greece. Courtenay, along with duet partner Létourneau, placed sixth in duet at the Olympics as well.
She attended Stanford University and swam for the Stanford Synchronized Swimming Squad. She is graduated from osteopathic medical school at Touro University California. She completed her residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Stanford University Medical Center and is completing a CERC Fellowship (clinical excellence research center) at Stanford University Medical Center.
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