Brittany Lewis ~ Aamjiwnaang First Nation

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Brittany Lewis

Tribe: Aamjiwnaang First Nation

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College: Michigan State

Position: Track

Class: Freshman

Home town: Lambton Shores, Ont.

High school: St. Clair Secondary

Brittany Lewis (Lambton Shores, Ont./St. Clair Secondary) who placed second in the women’s 600-meter finals, breaking the school-record and her own Canadian Junior Women’s record with a time of 1:28.78. The previous Michigan State indoor record was held by Pam Sedwick who ran 1:28.82 in 1981.

Also, part of the Spartans 4×400 relay team that broke a school record with a time of 3:39:79. Previous record was 3:40:46 which was set in 1983

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