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Khadevis Robinson Will Return To Olympics
Khadevis Robinson Will Return To Olympics

AIR DATE: July 18, 2012

Khadevis Robinson, University of Nevada, Las Vegas assistant track coach, is headed to London for the Olympics.  Robinson is a former 2004 Athens Olympian and a runner-up at the Olympic Trials in 2000 and 2008.  Khadevis, or “KD”, came in second place at the Olympic Trials for the men’s 800 meter run.  At the age of 35, Robinson is the oldest of his teammates competing at this year’s games. The men’s 800 meter run starts in London on August 6th.
Khadevis Robinson, Olympic Track Runner


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