US Olympic Trials: Donohue Claims Spot On Olympic Team
Posted Jul 7, 2008
Former Tar Heel Erin Donohue wrapped up the 10th and final day of the US Olympic Trials in Eugene, Ore. by joining Alice Schmidt, Blake Russell and Shalane Flanagan on the US Olympic team as she finished second in the 1500 meter final to earn a berth to the 29th Olympiad. Donohue clocked a time of 4:08.20 edging out Christin Wurth for second place to earn her first trip to the Olympics.
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