BK swimmer greeted with hero's welcome

BROOKLYN - Brooklyn swimmer Lia Neal received a gracious homecoming today as she returned from the Olympics with a bronze medal. Friends and family welcomed Neal at Asphalt Green Pool in Manhattan, where she trained. The Fort Greene resident, competing in her first Olympics, medaled in the U.S. women's team relay. Neal says she is looking forward to the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro and says she hopes to add individual races to her resume. BK swimmer home from Olympics debut

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