With only four more days of Olympic action left and with most of finished with their competition, we are still very excited for one race. and grad Carrie Johnson will race in the women's kayak single 200m sprint on Friday.
This is not Johnson's first event of the 2012 Olympics, in the women's kayak single 500m race on Tuesday. It is also not Johnson's first trip to the summer Olympics.
How many times has Johnson, who trains at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, represented the U.S. at the Olympic games?
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An Iliad is a one-man adaptation of Homer’s classic tale. The play is adapted by Denis O’Hare and Lisa Peterson. It is based on a translation by Robert Fagles and directed by Lisa Peterson.
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