#FridayFlashback

Elana Meyer is the #FridayFlashback

Listen to Udo take legendary Olympic medallist Elana Meyer down memory lane and get an update on what drives her now.


This article first appeared on 702 : Elana Meyer is the #FridayFlashback


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