Found December 06, 2011 on Race Review Online:
  Caitlin Martin is a diehard Florida Gator fan that has an intense passion for sports She has been named Sports-at-Work's Twitter Female Athlete of the Week and was nice enough to sit down and answer several questions for the Sports-at-Work staff!   1) Name/Nickname:  Caits   2) Location: Atlanta, Georgia   3) Favorite Sports Teams: Florida Gators (I’m about as cocky as it comes)   4) Favorite Sports Memory:   Well this is a hard pick, Gators winning a national championship? But then which one? But I’d say my love for college football goes back to when I was about 6 or 7 years old and my parents took us to Ann Arbor to a Michigan vs. Penn State game.  I remember my dad took us to the M Den that Friday and walking into the empty stadium that was just freshly painted.  I remember getting chills and thinking how cool it must feel to run out of those tunnels every Saturday, how unique of an opportunity these young men get to be part of such a tradition.   5) Favorite Athlete of all time:  Although I’m not necessarily a Duke fan, I’d have to say Mike Kryzyewski, or Coach K.  It’s amazing how loyal he’s been to Duke and the program he’s built there. He’s definitely proved himself on the court while playing at the United States Military Academy under Bob Knight and then as one of the most winning coaches in college basketball.  I also love what he does off the basketball court in the community and his work with Duke Children’s Hospital, Children’s Miracle Network and V Foundation for Cancer.  He’s a great mentor and huge inspirational to athletes around the world.   6) What, if any, sports did you play growing up?  Tennis and volleyball   7) Favorite sport to watch? College Football   8) Sports Muscles or Sports Brains?  Sports Brains.  Anyone can spend hours in the gym but only a few are mentally tough and can outsmart players.  Those are the real athletes.   9) How did you find Sports-at-Work?  Via Twitter and Sam Pennington.   10) One last parting comment..Give the folks an idea of where they can find you on twitter (only if you have twitter)! Caitlin_Martin    
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