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Washington Athletes Participating In The 2012 Olympics

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Here is a list of Washington athletes participating in the 2012 Olympics:
    
Marti Malloy, Oak Harbor, Wash., Judo, 57kg
    
Travis Stevens, Tacoma, Wash., Judo, 81kg
    
Nathan Adrian, Bremerton Wash., Swimming, 100m free; 400m free relay
    
Tyler Farrar, Wenatchee, Wash., Cycling, Road
    
Amanda Furrer, Spokane, Wash., Shooting, 50m Rifle Three Position
    
Ariana Kukors, Auburn, Wash., Swimming, 200m IM
    
Adrienne Martelli, University Place, Wash., Rowing, Women's Quadruple Sculls
    
Kara Patterson, Vancouver, Wash., Javelin Throw
    
Jennie Reed, Seattle, Cycling, Track
    
Jarred Rome, Marysville, Wash., Discus Throw
    
Hope Solo, Richland, Wash., Soccer, Goalkeeper
    
Courtney Thompson, Kent Wash., Volleyball, Setter
    
Aretha Thurmond, Seattle, Discus Throw
    
Queen Underwood, Seattle, Boxing, Lightweight
    
Eric Uptagrafft, Spokane, Wash., Shooting, 50m Rifle Prone
    
Brad Walker, Spokane, Wash., Pole Vault

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