Paralympic archers train in Yankton for Olympics
YANKTON (AP) -- The American Paralympic archery team is doing some final training in Yankton before the start of the Paralympics next month.
South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard was among a group of officials who welcomed the seven-member team on Tuesday. Daugaard says the visit shows Yankton "can be a competitive place for athletes to train."
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