Three current and former Oklahoma Baptist athletes will compete in the Olympics.
Former OBU sprinter Latoya Greaves will run the 100-meter hurdles for Jamaica. She posted a career-best time of 12.77 seconds in her race at the trials.
Greaves is the 2006 NAIA national champion in the 100-meter hurdles. She'll be accompanied by former OBU athlete Nickeisha Wilson, who will run the 400-meter hurdles for Jamaica after posting a time of 55.50 seconds in her race.
OBU swimmer Ines Remersaro will swim the 100-meter and 200-meter backstroke for her native Uruguay at the London Games.