Kara Lynn Joyce

Kara Lynn Joyce (born October 25, 1985) is an American international swimmer and four-time Olympic silver medalist. She competed as a member of the United States Olympic Team in the 2004, 2008 and 2012 Olympics.

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United States At The 2004 Summer Olympics - Medalists
... Benko, Correia, MaritzaMaritza Correia, Coughlin, NatalieNatalie Coughlin, Joyce, Kara LynnKara Lynn Joyce, Lanne, ColleenColleen Lanne, Thompson. 2 ... Neil Walker Swimming 2 ... Annia Hatch Gymnastics 2 ... Terin Humphrey Gymnastics 2 ... Kara Lynn Joyce Swimming 2 ... Jenny Thompson Swimming 2 ... Amanda Weir Swimming 0. 2 ...
United States At The 2008 Summer Olympics - Swimming
... Event Heat Semifinal Final Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank Kara Lynn Joyce 50 m freestyle 25.01 14 Q 24.63 7 Q 24.63 6 Dara Torres 24.58 3 Q 24.27 1 Q 24.07 AM 02 ! Natalie Coughlin 100 m freestyle 53.82 4 Q 53.70 1 ...
United States At The 2008 Summer Olympics - Medalists
... Tamika Catchings Cappie Pondexter Sylvia Fowles Katie Smith Kara Lawson Diana Taurasi Lisa Leslie Tina Thompson Basketball Women's tournament 00023-08-01August 1 ... ! Gold men's national volleyball team ... Mariel Zagunis Fencing 2 ... Christine Magnuson Swimming 2 ... Kara Lynn Joyce Swimming 2 ... Jonathan Horton Gymnastics 2 ... Sada Jacobson Fencing 2 ... Julia Smit Swimming 0 1 ...
Kara Lynn Joyce - International Career - 2012 Summer Olympic Games
... Olympic team, Joyce qualified for her third Olympics by finishing second in the 50-meter freestyle with a time of 24.73 seconds ... At the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, Joyce posted a time 25.28 seconds in Heat 8 of the 50-meter freestyle, forcing her into a swim-off with two other competitors for the sixteenth and final spot in ... the swimoff with a time of 24.82, ending Joyce's participation in the event ...

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