U.S. Olympic Hopefuls Pose for Official Portraits

Olympic hopefuls pose for official portraits months before the games in London begin.

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Native Texan David Boudia competed in Beijing in 2008 where he placed fifth with Thomas Finchum.
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Natalie Coughlin of Vallejo became the first American female athlete to win six medals in one Olympics at the 2008 Summer Games. Here, she poses for an official portrait for the London Games.
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USC alum Kami Craig of Santa Barbara, Calif hopes to compete in women's water polo in London.
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Swimmer Dana Vollmer, 25, swam for UC Berkeley. Here she poses for a portrait during the USOC Portrait Shoot at Smashbox West Hollywood on Nov. 19.
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Two-time Olympian Carrie Johnson of San Diego wom the gold at the 2011 Pan American Games, guaranteeing a slot for the 2012 London Games.
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Merrill Moses, raised in Rancho Palos Verdes, graduated Pepperdine University with a BA in Public Relations in 2000. He's hoping to compete in the London Games in men's water polo.
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Allyson Felix grew up in Santa Clarita, Calif and made a name for herself in Athens in 2004. She's hoping to represent the U.S. in the 2012 Olympic Games.
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Nic Long, seen in an official USOC portrait taken in November, was USAC's national champion in Elite Men in 2010. The Lakeside, Calif resident is hoping to represent the U.S. in London in 2012.
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Native Texan David Boudia competed in Beijing in 2008 where he placed fifth with Thomas Finchum.
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Swimmer Tyler Clary, born in Riverside, earned a silver at world's in 2009. He's hoping to make the U.S. Olympic Team for the 2012 Summer Games.
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Sarah Robles from Desert Hot Springs/San Jacinto, Calif. was California State Champion in the Discus and ranked second, nationally. She holds her high schools' throwing records as well as Riverside County's Discus record.
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USC Trojan swimmer Rebecca Soni poses for a portrait during the USOC Portrait Shoot at Smashbox West Hollywood on November 19, 2011.
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Caroline Lind, rower, competed in Beijing. From North Carolina, she says her sister, Mary Laura, who has a Ph.D. from Cal Tech, is the smart one whereas she is the jock.
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Volleyball player Misty May-Treanor of Los Angeles poses for a portrait during the USOC Portrait Shoot at Smashbox West Hollywood on November 17.
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