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Two members of the Lindenwood University table tennis team are back from participating in the Olympic Trials in Rio de Janeiro. Lu TV's Emily Miller spoke with them and joins us in the studio. Making it to the Olympic Trials is a career highlight for any athlete, and for one of Lindenwood University's table tennis team members, it is a dream come true. Table tennis, also known as ping pong, is one of the sports at Lindenwood University. This team has plenty of talent, as Austin Price was able to attend the Olympic Trials in Greensboro, North Carolina. I'm here at the Highland Arena at Lindenwood University with 20 members of the Lindenwood table tennis team. To qualify for the national competition in singles and doubles, the Trials was an experience I'll never forget. It was very professional, with an Olympic Hotel and transportation from the airport. It was an incredible experience, and just being a part of the Trials was something to remember. The Olympic Trials consists of 65 of the strongest table tennis athletes in the country. During the Trials, the competitors range from 15 to 30 years old. Price has been playing table tennis since the age of three. He learned from his father, who was a national coach at the Olympic Center in Colorado Springs. It stood beside the table when I was just an infant, and he taught me how to bounce the ball on my paddle and hold the racket. I've been playing ever since. The ball speeds can reach up to 80 to 100 miles per hour and rotate at 300 revolutions per minute. The amount of spin you get from a ball is about the same as the amount of revolutions you would get from a jet engine on an airplane. Captain...