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From the New Voices Under 30: You would be surprised to know that I …

Ash Ainbinder: Climbed Mount Kilimanjaro.

Lonnie Anthony: Am an avid gamer. I was once ranked in the top 100 NBA 2K players in the world.

Matt Aronson: Am a Boston sports fan even though I was born and raised in North Carolina.

Dori Atkins: Play golf!

Justin Casey: Almost went to Auburn University for my undergraduate degree instead of the greatest school in the land, Florida State University.

Jay Croucher: Had set myself for life as a professional Australian Football player when I was 16, before learning by 17 that I wasn’t going to be good enough.

Brianna Dawson: Am proficient in three languages (English, Mandarin and Spanish).

Kati Fernandez: In high school, I played on the boys baseball team for a season.

Rebecca Friedman: Did not play hockey growing up.

Alexia Grevious: Grew up wanting to be an actress. I made my first big debut as Miss Hannigan in our 5th grade play “Annie.”

Isaac Halyard: Am a hip hop head that started (somewhat feebly) taking piano lessons during lockdown.

Kelly Hogan: Was struck by lightning when I was 11 years old.

Matt Japko: Play the tuba.

Ami Kumar: Love writing short stories.

Tatiana Lampley: Am a doughnut-obsessed, strength-training enthusiast and two-time marathoner.

Matthew Levin: Have visited 38 Major League Baseball ballparks (some of which are no longer standing today) and have seen a regular-season game in four countries.

Kat Marquez: Have a total of 20 godparents — 10 godmothers and 10 godfathers.

Oliver Marvin: Genuinely believe that my sports fandom has shaped who I am as a person.

Paul Mascali: Did four years of theater in high school

Riley Meek: Don’t want my future kids to play football.

Katrina Palanca: Grew up on the tiny island of Guam.

David Picioski: Am bilingual (English and Macedonian).

Eric Robinson: Wanted to be an architect as a child.

Grace Senko: Have competed in endurance adventure swim-run races with my twin sister, Anna.

Sammy Smith: I have seen over 100 movies this year.

Carly Townsend: Am an introvert, despite working in sales in an extroverted capacity.

Dominic Williams: Thought I would grow in the high fashion industry, so much so that I took a Japanese class in college to help me communicate.

Scott Zanghellini: Am obsessed with tattoo culture.

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