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    This Runner Trained Through Her Pregnancy Hoping To Qualify For The 2016 Olympics

    One week after giving birth she was back to working out.

    In 2015, runner Sarah Brown was on track for a great season and possibly a spot in the 2016 Olympics.

    A season of training for Rio was in her sights. Then she discovered she was pregnant.

    She continued, "And as for the Olympic trials? You better believe I will still be training."

    Her daughter, Abigail Ann, was born in March, smack in the middle of Brown's training, the Today show reported.

    One week later she was back to training, she told People.

    Her first race since finding out she was pregnant will be the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials in Eugene, Oregon, on July 7, according to People.