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Oklahomans in the 2012 London Olympics

Taking a look at athletes with state ties who are competing in the 2012 Olympics.
BY RJ YOUNG ryoung@opubco.com Published: July 15, 2012
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ROWING

Tom Peszek, U.S. — Trains at Oklahoma City's USRowing Training Center

Silas Stafford, U.S. — Trains at Oklahoma City's USRowing Training Center

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL

Dominique Allen, Great Britain — Former Oral Roberts player

Rose Anderson, Great Britain — Former Central Oklahoma player

Liz Cambage, Australia — Tulsa Shock player

Bo Overton, Assistant coach for China — Former OU women's assistant coach, former OU and Ada player

WOMEN'S SWIMMING

Ines Remesaro, Uruguay — Oklahoma Baptist athlete

WOMEN'S TRACK AND FIELD

Brittany Borman, U.S. — Oklahoma athlete

Tia Brooks, U.S. — Oklahoma athlete

Latoya Greaves, Jamaica — Former Oklahoma/Oklahoma Baptist athlete

Laverne Jones-Ferrette, U.S. Virgin Islands — Former Oklahoma athlete

Nickeisha Wilson, Jamaica — Former Oklahoma Baptist athlete

Brian Bluetrich, U.S. personal coach — Oklahoma assistant track and field coach

MEN'S WRESTLING

Jared Frayer, U.S. — Oklahoma assistant coach, former Oklahoma wrestler

Sam Hazewinkel, U.S. — Former Oklahoma wrestler

Coleman Scott, U.S. — Former Oklahoma State wrestler

Robert Hines, U.S. team doctor — Oklahoma wrestling team physician

Michael Lightner, U.S. personal coach — Oklahoma assistant coach, former Oklahoma and Marlow wrestler

John Smith, U.S. head coach — Oklahoma State coach, former OSU and Del City wrestler

WOMEN'S WRESTLING

Keith Wilson, U.S. assistant coach — Former Oklahoma wrestler


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