Rusty Smith

Rusty Smith (born August 27, 1979) is a short track speed skater from the United States who won bronze in the 500m at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City and another bronze in the 5000m relay at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin.

Read more about Rusty Smith:  Olympic Qualification Race Controversy

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United States At The 2006 Winter Olympics - Short Track Speed Skating
... The only other American to make an 'A-Final' in Turin was Rusty Smith, who set an Olympic record time in the quarterfinals of the 1000 metres, but ended up fourth in the final. 1 Q n/a 220.346 4 Final B 224.789 8 Rusty Smith 1000 m 127.508 2 Q 127.000 OR 1 Q 129.515 2 Q 127.435 4 Alex Izykowski J ... Kepka Apolo Anton Ohno Rusty Smith 5000 m relay n/a 655.082 1 Q 647.990 Women Athlete Event Heat Quarterfinal Semifinal Final Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank Time ...
2008 Texas Longhorns Football Team - Game Notes - Florida Atlantic
... drive of the game, the Owls drove the ball 45 yards, including two completions from Rusty Smith to fullback Willie Rose and wide receiver Chris Bonner for 22 yards and 16 ... zone, but resulted in another turnover when Rusty Smith threw an interception to Texas freshman defensive back, Earl Thomas ... quarterback and preseason Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year, Rusty Smith threw for 253 yards and completed 15 of 31 pass attempts ...
Rusty Smith - Olympic Qualification Race Controversy
... Teammates Smith and Apolo Ohno already had slots on the six-man team due to points earned from earlier races, and Ron Biondo was a lock for the third ... As both Ohno and Smith were also participating, Davis would have to beat them both ... However, the 1,000m race would end with Ohno coming in third, Smith second and Davis at the top of the podium ...

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