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Updated: 02/04/2014 10:59:19PM

Shedding a tear

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SUN PHOTO BY ROB SHORE
Charlotte grad Amber Quinn smiles on the infield of Tarpon Stadium on Saturday. It has been more than two months since Quinn collapsed on that part of the infield after tearing her hamstring at the Wally Keller Invitational and she is still recovering.

SUN PHOTO BY KATHERINE GODINA Charlotte's Amber Quinn strides across the finish during the 100m dash at the Wally Keller Invitational on Friday afternoon at Charlotte High

SUN PHOTO BY KATHERINE GODINA Charlotte's Amber Quinn flies up and over the bar during the high jump competition at the Wally Keller Invitational on Friday afternoon at Charlotte High

SUN PHOTO BY KATHERINE GODINA Charlotte's Amber Quinn strides infront of the competion (from left) Venice's Lexie Francois and Beau Doyle, Lely's Marisa Maag and Charlotte's Molly Means during the 100m dash preliminaries at the Wally Keller Invitational on April 12 at Charlotte High

By ROB SHORE

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It took five seconds, maybe less. Amber Quinn went from hungrily devouring the Tarpon Stadium track in a 100-meter dash final to lying face down on the infield, her high school career finished.

It took five seconds, maybe less, but Amber Quinn was always fast.

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