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Adams' Dabrowksi Training U.S. Olympians in Korea

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When the U.S. Speedskating team picks up a medal at the PyeongChang Olympics this month, Adams native and Hoosac Valley High School alumnus Tyler Dabrowski may not be on the podium, but he will be part of the story.
 
Dabrowski, a 2009 Hoosac grad, is the head strength and conditioning coach for the team.
 
Dabrowski holds degrees from Keene State University in New Hampshire and the University of Denver. He also has studied at the University of Newcastle in Australia and worked as a strength and conditioning intern for the North Adams-based Livingstone Speed Academy.
 
In addition to his work with U.S. Speedskating, Dabrowski is involved with the Pro Advantage Hockey program in Salt Lake City, Utah.
 
Tyler is the son of David Dabrowski of Adams and Cheryl Collins of New Hampshire.
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