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In the middle of the lake at Nathan Benderson Park, a foot long pink canoe rocks lightly in the wake of a passing boat. Inside, 20 women sit two by two on narrow benches. Each holds a single paddle just above the water's surface. Standing at the back of the boat is Angela Long, the coach and steersperson for Sarasota-based dragon boat team, Survivors In Sync.
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It turns life upside down. It can make you feel alone. Enter a movement that breast cancer survivors around the country are joining in force: dragon boat racing, a 2,year-old ancient Chinese water sport.
This past July, Florence, Italy, hosted an international sporting event. About 3, athletes from more than a dozen countries came to town. They were easy to spot.