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Sunisa Lee competing in the beam during the USA Gymnastics Winter Cup at the Kentucky International Convention Centre on Feb 24. — AFP

SIMPLY competing is an encouraging sign that Sunisa Lee is in a good, healthy place, especially the latter.

Health is obviously a huge matter considering the reigning Olympic all-around champion endured a kidney-related issue that halted her college career after her sophomore season last year at Auburn –and is rebounding from the emotional lows that followed.

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