Brooklyn fencer to don red, white & blue at 2012 Olympics

A 19-year-old from Brooklyn is among hundreds of athletes to don red, white and blue at the 2012 Olympic games. Sporting a fresh tattoo of

BROOKLYN - A 19-year-old from Brooklyn is among hundreds of athletes to don red, white and blue at the 2012 Olympic games.

Sporting a fresh tattoo of the Olympic rings on his arm, Park Slope native Race Imboden will represent the borough in fencing this summer.

Imboden says there's no greater thrill or honor than getting to represent his country in London.

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