BK swimmer home from Olympics debut

Olympic swimmer Lia Neal has returned home to Brooklyn after winning a bronze medal in London. Neal, 17, came in third place in the women's

BROOKLYN - Olympic swimmer Lia Neal has returned home to Brooklyn after winning a bronze medal in London. Neal, 17, came in third place in the women's freestyle relay. This year marked her first Olympics, but she says she plans to compete in the 2016 games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The Manhattan sports facility where Neal trains is expected to hold a homecoming celebration for her tomorrow.

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