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PHOENIX -- Amy Van Dyken-Rouen will not be stopped.

It's been barely two weeks since the Olympic gold medal swimmer was paralyzed from the hips down when her all-terrain vehicle flipped over near Show Low, Ariz.

On Wednesday, she was released from a Scottsdale-area hospital and traveled to the Craig Hospital, a rehabilitation facility that specializes in spinal cord and traumatic brain injuries.

On Friday, Van Dyken-Rouen posted the following photo to Instagram, showing her grit is truer than ever, and her Olympic spirit and competitiveness remains strong:,

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