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Great Bend native Tudor competes in Highland Games

Tudor displays his trophy he won during the Highland Games.

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Some sports make it in the main stream.
Basketball and baseball are huge across the globe. Football is huge in America, and futbol (soccer) is a phenomenon just about everywhere else.
Tennis and golf has a large following, and hockey has carved out its place in sports enthusiasts’ hearts.
Then there is a the Highland Games.
For those lightly aware of this competition, the name evokes images of large men in kilts flinging massive, wooden poles around.
For those who compete, just like Great Bend’s David Tudor, it is just as thrilling as any other sport.
For Tudor, the ...

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