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Justin Nunez was crowned Wall Street’s Best Athlete in the 2011 RBC Decathlon and he intends to retain his title in 2012. The investment manager, who competed for Goldman Sachs last year, will represent a new firm—PAMLI Capital Management—this year, but his reasons for taking part in the event, which raises money for the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center’s pediatric cancer research, remain unchanged.


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