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Darts give Flint native another chance in CANUSA Games

Paul Seigel was a record-breaking swimmer in the CANUSA Games in the late 1960s, but he might be about to set another one this weekend in Hamilton, Ontario.

It’s likely that no athlete has had a longer span between CANUSA appearances than Seigel.

Seigel last participated in CANUSA in 1974 when he helped Flint win two relays against the visitors from Hamilton in the annual competition between the cities.

He is making a return to the CANUSA stage for the 50th anniversary games this weekend as a member of Flint’s darts team.

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