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2012 Summer Olympics

2012 Summer Olympics

Michelle Vittese
Michelle Vittese (Scott Heavey/Getty Images)
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NJ Olympians: Field Hockey Michelle Vittese

National Field Hockey team member Michelle Vittese was born in Cherry Hill, NJ and graduated from Camden Catholic High School in 2008.

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Matt Emmons
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NJ Olympians: Shooter Matt Emmons

Three-time National Rifle Team member Matthew Emmons was born in Mount Holly Township, NJ in 1981.

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Cullen Jones
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NJ Olympians: Swimmer Cullen Jones

Initially born in The Bronx, Cullen Jones moved to Irvington, NJ while he was in elementary school.

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NJ Olympians: Rower Steve Kasprzyk

A native of Cinnaminson, NJ Steve Kasprzyk did not start rowing until his freshman year at Drexel University in 2000.

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Maya Lawrence
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NJ Olympians: Fencer Maya Lawrence

Maya Lawrence grew up in Teaneck, NJ and took up fencing as a sophomore at Teaneck High School.

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Rebecca Soni
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NJ Olympians: Swimmer Rebecca Soni

Born in Freehold, NJ swimmer Rebecca Soni grew-up in Plainsboro and is having great success in London.

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Chi Yip Cheung of Hong Kong, China (white) competes with Nicholas Delpopolo of the United States on Day 3 of the London 2012 Olympic Games (Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images)
Chi Yip Cheung of Hong Kong, China (white) competes with Nicholas Delpopolo of the United States on Day 3 of the London 2012 Olympic Games (Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images)
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US Judoka From NJ Expelled From Olympics For Doping

Scores and highlights from Day 9 of the Summer Olympics in London.

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Connor Jaeger
Connor Jaeger (Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
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NJ Olympians: Swimmer Connor Jaeger

University of Michigan student Connor Jaeger was born in Fair Haven, NJ and spent his childhood swimming.

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Serena Williams (R) and Venus Williams (L) of the United States celebrate after defeating Andrea Hlavackova and Lucie Hradecka of Czech Republic in the Women's Doubles Tennis gold medal match
Serena Williams (R) and Venus Williams (L) of the United States celebrate after defeating Andrea Hlavackova and Lucie Hradecka of Czech Republic in the Women's Doubles Tennis gold medal match (Paul Gilham/Getty Images)
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Olympics Day 9: Highlights & Results

Scores and highlights from Day 9 of the Summer Olympics in London.

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Al Bello, Getty Images
Al Bello, Getty Images
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Do Olympic Swimmers Pee in the Pool? We’ve Got an Answer…

The Olympics have been going on for almost a week now, and we’ve finally gotten an answer to the most burning question of the games: do competitive swimmers pee in the pool? According to Carly Geehr, a former member of the US National Swimming Team, they do. A lot.

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