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  1. UGA at the Olympics: John Isner

    David Ching

    John Isner might have to accomplish something otherworldly for his performance in the upcoming Olympics to become what he is best known for at London's tennis venue: the historic grass courts of Wimbledon. The former Georgia all-American forever e...

    Blog | July 26, 2012
  2. UGA at the Olympics: Reese Hoffa

    David Ching

    As a three-time Olympic veteran, Reese Hoffa knows certain tricks of the trade. For instance, the Georgia all-American and former world champion shot putter knows to carry a chair so he won't be on his feet for the entirety of Friday's opening cer...

    Blog | July 26, 2012
  3. UGA at the Olympics: Allison Schmitt

    David Ching

    Allison Schmitt's name is already well known within NCAA and U.S. swimming circles, but it is highly possible she is preparing to introduce herself to a much broader audience. The Georgia all-American, who recently took first in both the 200-meter...

    Blog | July 26, 2012
  4. UGA Bulldogs will represent at Olympics

    David Ching

    Dozens of competing countries will not be as well-represented as the University of Georgia will be at the upcoming Olympics in London. Not only will 26 former, current and future Bulldogs represent 12 different countries in London, but diving coac...

    Blog | July 26, 2012