COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- Judges say you don't find a person with more perfect penmanship than Ann Woods.
For the third year in a row, the Columbus, Ohio, woman has been declared the winner for her age division in the World Handwriting Contest. And this time, she also was named overall champ, beating out five other division winners.
Woods is a calligrapher and teaches handwriting to students concerned about turning in legible S-A-T essays. She says she's been told her writing has a flow and is lively, and she says she tells students to think of letters not sitting on the lines but standing -- so they can "dance."