Muir, A Pool Pioneer At 12, Passes Away

Obituary: Karen Yvette Muir, a South African world-record holder at 12 who was denied international fame in the 1960s because of her country’s apartheid regime, has passed away. She was 60 and had been fighting breast cancer

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Obituary: Karen Yvette Muir, a South African world-record holder at 12 who was denied international fame in the 1960s because of her country’s apartheid regime, has passed away. She was 60 and had been fighting breast cancer

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