A decathlete on the 2016 Estonian Olympic team, Karl Saluri won an individual SEC title and a team national championship as a member of the Georgia track and field team from 2015-2018. While earning his master's degree in 2019, he brought his champion-caliber athleticism to the volleyball court, winning in his coed intramural league.
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