pacificstan:

Our current and former USC athletes killed it at the 2012 Olympics. They won more total medals (25, including 12 golds, 9 silvers and 4 bronzes) than any other university in the United States. USC also continued its streak of having won a gold medal at every Summer Olympics since 1912.
Here is a list of the all the medal winners:
Gold
Allyson Felix – track – 3 golds (200-meter dash, 400m relay and 1600m relay)Rebecca Soni – swimming – 2 golds (200m breaststroke and 400m medley relay) and a silver (100m breaststroke)Clement Lefert of France – swimming (Gold in the 400m freestyle relay and silver in the 800m freestyle relay)Ous Mellouli of Tunisia – swimming (gold in the marathon swim 10K and bronze in the 1500m freestyle).Kami Craig – women’s water poloLauren Wenger – women’s water poloTumua Anae – women’s water poloAmy Rodriguez – women’s soccerFelix Sanchez of the Dominican Republic – track (400 m hurdles)
Silver
April Ross – women’s beach volleyballJennifer Kessy – women’s beach volleyballBryshon Nellum – track (1600m relay)Josh Mance – track (1600m relay)Haley Anderson – swimming (marathon swim 10K)Nicole Davis – women’s volleyballAnni Espar of Spain – women’s water polo
Bronze
Vladimir Morozov of Russia – swimming (400m freestyle relay)Amanda Weir – swimming (400m freestyle relay)Margaux Farrell – swimming (800m freestyle relay)

pacificstan:

Our current and former USC athletes killed it at the 2012 Olympics. They won more total medals (25, including 12 golds, 9 silvers and 4 bronzes) than any other university in the United States. USC also continued its streak of having won a gold medal at every Summer Olympics since 1912.

Here is a list of the all the medal winners:

Gold

Allyson Felix – track – 3 golds (200-meter dash, 400m relay and 1600m relay)
Rebecca Soni – swimming – 2 golds (200m breaststroke and 400m medley relay) and a silver (100m breaststroke)
Clement Lefert of France – swimming (Gold in the 400m freestyle relay and silver in the 800m freestyle relay)
Ous Mellouli of Tunisia – swimming (gold in the marathon swim 10K and bronze in the 1500m freestyle).
Kami Craig – women’s water polo
Lauren Wenger – women’s water polo
Tumua Anae – women’s water polo
Amy Rodriguez – women’s soccer
Felix Sanchez of the Dominican Republic – track (400 m hurdles)

Silver

April Ross – women’s beach volleyball
Jennifer Kessy – women’s beach volleyball
Bryshon Nellum – track (1600m relay)
Josh Mance – track (1600m relay)
Haley Anderson – swimming (marathon swim 10K)
Nicole Davis – women’s volleyball
Anni Espar of Spain – women’s water polo

Bronze

Vladimir Morozov of Russia – swimming (400m freestyle relay)
Amanda Weir – swimming (400m freestyle relay)
Margaux Farrell – swimming (800m freestyle relay)

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