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BROOKLYN > Mixed Martial Arts
Grant, a 26-year-old Muay Thai instructor, went undefeated in the 185-pound amateur category at the World Kickboxing Association's mixed martial arts world championships in Edinburgh, winning his first two matches on submissions and the third on a forfeit. Grant has a 7--1 MMA record overall and is unbeaten internationally.
BROCKTON, MASS. > Swimming
O'Sullivan, a senior at Florida Southern, won five events at the Nova Southeastern Invitational, finishing four with D-II automatic qualifying times and setting four school records. She also swam leadoff on five school-record-setting relay teams. O'Sullivan, who set a junior college 50-yard freestyle record (23.13) at Indian River State in 2009, is undefeated through Sunday.
TRAFFORD, PA. > Cricket
Carlin, a senior wicketkeeper at Wooster, received American College Cricket's award as the country's top U.S.-born cricket player and was named one of the five collegiate cricket players of the year for 2010. A former running back for the Wooster football team, Carlin is the first American-born president of the school's cricket club in its 25-year history.
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