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Six-year old Lori Anne Madison during Wednesday's competition at the National Spelling Bee.
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May 31, 2012 Six-year-old Lori Anne Madison was foiled by a word most of us had probably never heard before. But she had quite a day at the Bee. The competition resumes this morning, and concludes tonight.
Lori Anne Madison, 6, studies a snail while also giving an interview to The Associated Press about being the youngest-ever competitor in the National Spelling Bee.
May 29, 2012 Lori Anne Madison is the youngest-ever competitor in the National Spelling Bee, which is being held in Washington, D.C., this week. She might also be the only competitor who often studies while swinging upside down.
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