Rio olympics kurtis marsc우리카지노hall qualifies for games set to begin on Friday Aug. 1
Bruno Roddick’s gold medal in the 400-meter at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics is displayed at the New York Police Hall of Fame and Museum jarvees.comon Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2014, in New York. (Photo: Robert Deutsch, USA TODAY Sports)
WASHINGTON — Former Olympian Kurtis Marschall will compete for the United States at the Rio Olympics in August. The 31-year-old Jamaican swimmer signed with the U.S. National Team this summer and will be competing at a new track in Salt Lake City starting Monday, Aug바카라사이트. 15.
Marschall has been training at the USNUT Swim School in Salt Lake City. He also competed in the U.S. Olympic Trials in 2014. Marschall was not included in the roster announced for the Rio Olympics.
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