2012 U.S. Olympic Trials, Day 9 Recap, courtesy of RunBlogRun, notes by Larry Eder

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Allyson Felix, photo by PhotoRun.net

The ninth day of the Olympic Trials was an exciting day. Exciting high jump competition, a very close women's steeplechase and a screaming women's 200 meters, well, what more could you ask for? Here are all of the columns done on runblogrun for June 30, 2012, day 9 of the 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials. 




Gabriele Anderson Disqualified in Women's 1,500-meters Semifinal, Files Appeal, Appeal Granted at 12:29 PM! Anderson Advances to Final
by Jon Gugala, note by Larry Eder
   
The TV TRials, Friday, June 28
by Jim Dunaway, note by Larry Eder
   
Yohan Blake Beats Bolt, NR for Fraser-Pryce
by Alfons Juck, note by Larry Eder
   
Julia Lucas' Perfect Storm
by Dave Hunter, note by Larry Eder
   
Wallace Spearmon, Sanya Richards-Ross, Shannon Rowbury, Thoughts on Day 8
by Dick Patrick, note by Larry Eder
   
Running Against The Pros
by Elliott Denman, note by Larry Eder
   
Law School Plans Temporarily Shelved for Princeton Steeplechaser
by Roy Stevenson, note by Larry Eder
   
2012 USA Olympic Trials Coverage: Kim Conley Captures Olympic Team Spot in 5,000m
by Mark Winitz, California Track & Running News, note by Larry Eder
   
Storm Clouds Brewing For The 1500's, Deep Finals Promise Furious Finishes
by Dave Hunter, note by Larry Eder
   
2012 US Olympic Trials coverage: Kim Conley Captures Olympic team berth at 5,000m
by Mark Winitz, California Track & Running News, note by Larry Eder
   
Jillian Camarena-Williams defeats longtime friend and rival Michelle Carter in Women's Shot Put--But it's not over yet!
by Roy Stevenson, note by Larry Eder
   
The TV Trials, June 30
by James Dunaway, note by Larry Eder

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