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Wheating on comeback trail

June 20, 2012

By Gary Horowitz, Statesman Journal

EUGENE, Ore. - Nearly three weeks removed from what he referred to as “rock bottom,” middle distance runner Andrew Wheating has turned his attention to the U.S. Olympic Track & Field Trials.

But will the former three-time NCAA outdoor champion at Oregon and 2008 Olympian have the bounce back it will take to earn a berth on the U.S. Olympic team at the London Games, which begin July 27?

Continue reading at statesmanjournal.com
 

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