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Antyukh wins women's 400 hurdles

Natalya Antyukh of Russia won the women's 400-meter hurdles at the London Olympics on Wednesday night, edging world champion Lashinda Demus and narrowly missing the games record. The 31-year-old Antyukh, a bronze medalist in the 400 at the 2004 Athens Olympics, won in 52.70 seconds, just 0.06 outside the Olympic record set by Melaine Walker in Beijing. Demus took silver in...
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August 08, 2012  |  Discuss

Gamecock Olympians

The Opening Ceremony for the Summer Olympics is tonight.  The Gamecocks will have 5 alumni competing for 3 different countries.  Here's the break down and when you can watch. Jason Richardson (twitter) - USA  What Event: 110m Hurdles Who: Richardson came to Carolina from Houston, Texas.  He was on the track team for 4 years before turning pro.  He competed in the 2008...
Via Leftover Hot Dog
July 27, 2012  |  Discuss
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