Stephanie Woloszczuk, a Rock Hill High School senior, trains at Winthrop Lake. She will compete in the Rock Hill Bicycle Club's 28th annual OMNIUM, which is Friday through Sunday in York County.
Stephanie Woloszczuk, a Rock Hill High School senior, trains at Winthrop Lake. She will compete in the Rock Hill Bicycle Club's 28th annual OMNIUM, which is Friday through Sunday in York County.
Stephanie Woloszczuk, a Rock Hill High School senior, trains at Winthrop Lake. She will compete in the Rock Hill Bicycle Club's 28th annual OMNIUM, which is Friday through Sunday in York County.

Pedal to the pros

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