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IOWA CITY – The 2012 U.S. Olympic Team Trials wrapped up on Sunday with Clarissa Chun becoming the first two-time Olympian in women’s freestyle history for the United States, Sam Hazewinkel joining his father as an Olympian, Jared Frayer knocking off a hometown favorite, and young Ellis Coleman winning a title in front of 13,712 to finish off a two-day total of 54,766 inside Carver-Hawkeye Arena, without question a Trials record.

Nine champions were crowned – three in Greco-Roman, four in freestyle, and two in women’s freestyle – with eight of them punching their ticket to London. Continue reading at themat.com

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