Cedarville Paralympian heads to the White House

Grace Norman celebrates gold medal in the triathlon at Rio Paralympics/Cedarville University

WASHINGTON (WDTN) — Grace Norman is getting another moment in the sun.

The Cedarville University freshman is heading to the White House.

Norman will be in Washington D.C. on Wednesday and Thursday. She’s part of a delegation of U.S. Paralympic athletes who will receive their Olympic rings before getting a tour of the White House.

She is also a finalist for best female Paralympian at the Paralympic award show. The winner will be announced on Thursday, with the awards show set to air on October 4th.

Norman won two medals at the 2016 Rio Paralympic Games, taking home the first gold medal in U.S. Paralympic history in the triathlon. She also won a bronze medal in the 400 Meter run.



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