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      Geena Gall, US team, take Washington

      Geena Gall was honored by the President Friday along with the rest of the US Track and Field Olympic team.

      Grand Blanc native Geena Gall's whirlwind experience since returning home from the Olympics continued Friday.

      She, and the rest of team USA track and field, were honored by President Obama at the White House.

      Gall shared pictures with NBC 25 and they clearly show the 25-year-old had a great time in our Nation's Capital.

      The Michigan alumna has been enjoying her time at home since competing in the 800 meters in the Olympics.

      She's been given the key to the city, been honored by the Flint Chamber of Commerce, among many other things.

      Gall did not qualify for the finals at the Olympics, she strained her calf before the competition and ran with the injury.

      She said she will begin training soon for the world championships next year, then training will continue for the 2016 Olympics in Rio.