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Pick Six: Mark Johnson

Published On: Jun 26 2013 06:19:38 PM CDT
Updated On: Jun 29 2013 01:22:38 PM CDT

MADISON -

Mark Johnson has been a fixture around Madison for a long time.

He was a star hockey player at Madison Memorial High School, then went on to the University of Wisconsin where he helped win the NCAA national championship in his freshman year, 1977.

He later went on to win the gold medal in the 1980 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid as part of the "Miracle on Ice".

Get to know Mark Johnson on and off the ice by viewing our "Pick Six" feature.

Catch up on other "Pick Six" athletes:

Pick Six: Get to know J.J. Watt

Pick Six: Get to know Derek Watt

Pick Six: Get to know Ethan Hemer

Pick Six: Get to know Shannel Blackshear

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