Paralympian Swimmer Morgan Stickney Gets Inspiring Message From Katie Ledecky

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TheEllenShow published this video item, entitled “Paralympian Swimmer Morgan Stickney Gets Inspiring Message From Katie Ledecky” – below is their description.

Ellen and guest co-host Mila Kunis welcomed Morgan Stickney, a swimmer who won two gold medals with just one year to train for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. She also received a surprise message from fellow gold medalist and swimmer Katie Ledecky, and shared her plans for the next Paralympics.

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Paralympian Swimmer Morgan Stickney Gets Inspiring Message From Katie Ledecky

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