A list of Minnesota’s 2012 Summer Olympians

Published 6:04 pm Saturday, July 28, 2012

Athletes and coaches from or with a connection to Minnesota competing for Team USA at this year’s Summer Olympic Games in London:

Seimone Augustus, 28, women’s basketball, Minnesota Lynx All-Star shooting guard, second Olympics

Lindsey Berg, 32, women’s volleyball, former University of Minnesota setter, third Olympics

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Ali Bernard, 26, women’s wrestling – 72-kg freestyle, from New Ulm, first Olympics

Chas Betts, 26, men’s wrestling – 84-kg Greco-Roman, went to St. Michael-Albertville High School, first Olympics

Rachel Bootsma, 18, women’s swimming – 100-meter backstroke, from Eden Prairie, first Olympics

Kelci Bryant, 23, women’s diving – 3-meter synchronized, former University of Minnesota athlete, first Olympics

Kara Goucher, 34, women’s track and field – marathon, grew up in Duluth, second Olympics

Megan Kalmoe, 28, women’s rowing – quadruple sculls, grew up in South St. Paul, first Olympics

Kevin Love, 23, men’s basketball, Minnesota Timberwolves All-Star power forward, first Olympics

Hugh McCutcheon, 42, women’s volleyball head coach, current University of Minnesota head coach, third Olympics

Maya Moore, 23, women’s basketball, Minnesota Lynx All-Star small forward, first Olympics

Susie Scanlan, 21, women’s fencing – individual epee, from St. Paul, first Olympics

Alise Post, 21, women’s cycling – BMX, went to St. Cloud Tech High School, first Olympics

Amanda Smock, 29, women’s track and field – triple jump, went to Melrose High School and lives in Minneapolis, first Olympics

Roberto Sobalvarro, 54, women’s fencing – head coach, grew up in Owatonna and lives in St. Paul, second Olympics

Brittany Viola, 25, women’s diving – 10-meter platform, born in St. Paul as daughter of former Minnesota Twins pitcher Frank Viola, first Olympics

Lindsay Whalen, 30, women’s basketball, grew up in Hutchinson and Minnesota Lynx All-Star point guard, first Olympics.