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"RIO DE JANEIRO — No one can deny that Rio is putting its best face forward: a refreshing breeze rippled across the sparkling waters of the city's lagoon, which sits below the Christ the Redeemer statue and is surrounded by greenery. Teens skateboarded and families strolled with their children around the lagoon's bike path Saturday.", www.abc10.com
"Stanford alum Maya DiRado wins 400 IM at Olympic trials Stanford alum Maya DiRado qualified for her first Olympic team in the women’s 400-meter individual medley on a night when 11-time Olympic medalist Ryan Lochte failed to qualify in one of his specialties. Both women earned berths on the team headed for Rio de Janeiro at the U.S. Olympic swimming trials Sunday in Omaha, Neb. Lochte, 31, appeared to be swimming in molasses on the breaststroke and freestyle legs, allowing Chase Kalisz and Jay Litherland to claim the spots on the U.S. team. Cal alum Dana Vollmer had the fastest qualifying time (56.90) in the women’s 100 butterfly, and Josh Prenot, who just finished his senior season at Cal, qualified third in the 100 breast. Kassidy Cook, who took a year off from Stanford to prepare for a Rio bid, qualified for her first U.S. Olympic team at the trials in Indianapolis. David Boudia, the defending Olympic champion in the 10 meter platform, and Steele Johnson won the", www.sfgate.com
"North Kingstown's Elizabeth Beisel finished second in the 400-meter individual medley (4:36:81) at the U.S. Swimming Trials in Omaha, Neb., Sunday to qualify for the 2016 Summer Games in Rio. 'It's such an honor to make my third team,' Beisel said moments after the race, in which she finished 3:08 seconds behind Maya Dirado (4:33:73). Beisel, 23, a University of Florida graduate, earned bronze and silver medals in the 2012 Olympics. DiRado qualified for her first Olympic team in the women's 400", www.providencejournal.com
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