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Lashinda Demus: Overcoming Hurdles

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Despite missed opportunities, world champion hurdler Lashinda Demus has bounced back from depression and is ready to sprint to Olympic gold.… More | Posted: August 16, 2012

After time to think, Demus reaffirms her pursuit of hurdles gold

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LONDON — Lashinda Demus cried before her 400-meter hurdles final on Wednesday, overwhelmed by the pressure she had put on herself to reward her friends and family with a gold-medal performance.… More | Posted: August 10, 2012

Lashinda Demus Wins Silver in 400-meter Hurdles

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LONDON — Lashinda Demus of Palmdale won a silver medal in the women’s 400-meter hurdles Wednesday night, losing out to a personal-best performance by Russian Natalya Antyukh.… More | Posted: August 8, 2012

U.S. hurdler Lashinda Demus has the most adorable cheerleaders

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As Lashinda Demus won her 400m hurdles semifinal on Monday, she was cheered on by two of the most adorable spectators at the Olympic Stadium.… More | Posted: August 8, 2012

Lashinda Demus Qualifies for the 400m Hurdles Finals

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With a time of 53.33, Natalya Antyukh of Russia established herself as a solid favorite for the finals, while Zuzana Hejnova of the same heat wasn’t far behind at 53.62 seconds.… More | Posted: August 7, 2012

Lashinda Demus Advances in London

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For the first time since 1988 three American men will compete in the high jump fiinal. Reigning World Champion Jesse Williams (Eugene, Ore.) and 21-year-old Erik Kynard (Manhattan, Kan.) tied for third in the qualifying round as they cleared 2.29m/7-6. … More | Posted: August 6, 2012

2012 Olympics: Olympic Moms, a documentary series

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2012 Olympics, London – Team USA sent 525 athletes to London to compete at the 2012 Olympics.… More | Posted: August 1, 2012

Sports Illustrated – Women’s Olympic track preview

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Track and field is contested by more nations than any other sport in the Olympic Games. Yet, track-centric events in the women’s track and field competition in London will center on a very small number of nations: Ethiopia, Jamaica, Kenya, Russia and the United States, which will dominate the medals from sprints through the distance races.… More | Posted: August 1, 2012

Olympic Mom Lashinda Demus: My Boys Will Cheer Me On In London

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With the London Summer Games commencing on July 27th, we’re getting into the Olympic spirit with a series of exclusive interviews with some of TeamUSA‘s finest athletes.… More | Posted: July 31, 2012