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Massachusetts is showing some serious love for gold medalists Aly Raisman and Kayla Harrison by writing their congratulations on the sides of trains for the next week.
Photo from Boston.com
Harrison, the first American to ever win a gold medal in judo, is from Marblehead. The Newbury/Rockport commuter rail that travels through the area will wear her name proudly on the side.
Raisman's train will go up and down the Needham line, her hometown. She came back from London with not just one medal, but two golds and a bronze for gymnastics.
Imagine winning at the olympics AND having trains declare your awesomeness? I wonder what that does to a gal's ego...
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