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Georgia

A U.S. Paralympian And Her Georgian Birth Familyi
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November 21, 2012
At this year’s Paralympic Games, a woman once given up for adoption by her Georgian parents, Elizabeth Stone, won bronze medals for the United States in two swimming events. RFE/RL correspondent Marina Vashakmadze visited Stone's native village of Dikhashkho and spoke to her birth family, who knew her only as "Ketevan."

A U.S. Paralympian And Her Georgian Birth Family

Published 21 November 2012

At this year’s Paralympic Games, a woman once given up for adoption by her Georgian parents, Elizabeth Stone, won bronze medals for the United States in two swimming events. RFE/RL correspondent Marina Vashakmadze visited Stone's native village of Dikhashkho and spoke to her birth family, who knew her only as "Ketevan."