Olympic Trials

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Larry Myricks
... Olympic Trials, beating defending Olympic champion Randy Williams in the process ... At the 1976 Olympics, he broke his foot while warming up for the final and was unable to compete ... He competed for the United States at the 1988 Summer Olympics held in Seoul, South Korea, where he won the bronze medal in the men's long jump competition ...
Megan Neyer - Diving Career
... Neyer won the United States Olympic trials in both springboard and platform diving in 1980, but did not participate in the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow because ... Olympic Trials and failed to make the U.S ... Olympic team, which came as a crushing emotional blow to her ...
USA Swimming - Meets - US Olympic Trials
... The Olympic Trials are held once every 4 years ... offers such a coveted prize (a spot on the US Olympic Team) it never fails to attract the absolute fastest in the sport of swimming in the United States ... (although the Nationals are generally not held when the Olympic Trials occur, or other selection trials) ...
Arthur Johnson (boxer) - Amateur Career
1984 Light Flyweight Champion for the Western Olympic Trials 1984 Light Flyweight Junior Nationals Champion 1988 Flyweight Olympic Trials Champion, in ... for the United States at the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games ...
List Of British Swimming Championships Champions - Venues and Dates
... Year Dates Venue Notes 2001 10–15 April Aquatics Centre, Manchester World Championships Trials 2002 10–15 April Aquatics Centre, Manchester Commonwealth Games Trials ...

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