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Kent State University freshman Michaela Romito runs through a tunnel of pink balloons held by young gymnastic teams from around Portage county during the Flip for the Cure gymnastics meet in the M.A.C. Center on Sunday, Mar. 1, 2015. The Flip for the Cure event included a Pinkest fan competition, breast cancer survivor recognition, and various other promotions and activities all to raise money for the COSA Comprehensive Breast Center - COSA CARES program.

Kent State gymnastics raises awareness for breast cancer

Elise Kogelnik March 2, 2016

Breast cancer has affected a number of the Kent State University gymnasts, making Friday’s Flip for the Cure meet even more meaningful.Senior Rebecca Osmer’s mother, Michelle Osmer, fought breast cancer...

Kent State’s Rebecca Osmer warms up on the uneven bars during the Flip for the Cure meet against George Washington University on Sunday, Mar. 1, 2015. Osmer finished her routine with an overall score of 9.700 and the Flashes won 195.700-193.725.

Kent State Flips for a Cure

Megan McEldowney March 1, 2015

The Kent State gymnastics team hosted its annual “Flip for the Cure” meet against George Washington University on Sunday. The Flashes defeated the Colonials 195.700-193.725 in the M.A.C. Center.The...

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