A total of 23 athletes and two coaches from Texas A&M will be representing their 15 respective countries at the 2012 London Olympics.

This site will be updated with athlete event start times and results as they become available.

Texas A&M Olympians

Steve Bultman
United States
Sport: Swimming
Event: Coaching Staff
  • Second Appointment as US Swim Team Coach (1988)
Rick Walker
Egypt
Sport: Swimming
Event: Coaching Staff
  • Left A&M owning school records in the 200, 500, 1,000 & 1,650 freestyles and the 400 IM
  • Current head swimming coach for Southern Illinois
Cammile Adams '14
United States
Sport: Swimming
Event: 200 butterfly
  • Current Texas A&M Student-Athlete
  • First Olympics
  • Team USA Bio
Triin Aljand '10
Estonia
Sport: Swimming
Event: 50 Free, 100 fly
  • Third Olympics (2004, 2008)
Alia Atkinson '10
Jamaica
Sport: Swimming
Event: 100 breast, 50 free, 200 breast
  • Third Olympics (2004, 2008)
  • 2010 200 Breast NCAA Champion
Kanika Beckles '13
Grenada
Sport: Track & Field
Event: 400 m
  • Current Texas A&M Student-Athlete
  • First Olympics
Janeil Bellille '15
Trinidad & Tobago
Sport: Track & Field
Event: 400 m hurdles
  • Future Texas A&M Student-Athlete (transfer)
  • First Olympics
Wayne Davis II '14
Trinidad & Tobago
Sport: Track & Field
Event: 110 m hurdles
  • Current Texas A&M Student-Athlete
  • First Olympics
  • 110 m World Junior Record Holder
Erica Dittmer '14
Mexico
Sport: Swimming
Event: 200 IM
  • Current Texas A&M Student-Athlete
  • First Olympics
Amini Fonua '12
Tonga
Sport: Swimming
Event: 100 breast
  • First Olympics
  • First Tongan to Swim in Olympics
Tabarie Henry '11
U.S. Virgin Islands
Sport: Track & Field
Event: 400 m
  • Second Olympics (2008)
Liliana Ibanez '14
Mexico
Sport: Swimming
Event: 100 free, 200 free
  • Current Texas A&M Student-Athlete
  • First Olympics
Antanas Kavaliauskas '07
Lithuania
Sport: Men's Basketball
  • First Olympics
Breeja Larson '14
United States
 
Sport: Swimming
Event: 100 Breast, 4x100 MR
  • Current Texas A&M Student-Athlete
  • First Olympics
  • Team USA Bio
Miranda Leek '16
United States
Sport: Archery
  • First Olympics
  • Joining Texas A&M Archery Club Team in Fall 2012
  • Team USA Bio
Deon Lendore '15
Trinidad & Tobago
 
Sport: Track & Field
Event: 400 m, 4x400 relay
  • Current Texas A&M Student-Athlete
  • First Olympics
Rita Medrano '12
Mexico
Sport: Swimming
Event: 200 butterfly
  • First Olympics
Jennifer Nichols
United States
Sport: Archery
  • Third Olympics (2004, 2008)
  • Member of Texas A&M Archery Club Team
  • Team USA Bio
Jaele Patrick '12
Australia
Sport: Diving
Event: 3 m springboard
Kim Pavlin '14
Croatia
Sport: Swimming
Event: 200 IM, 200 Back
  • Current Texas A&M Student-Athlete
  • First Olympics
Demetrius Pinder '11
Bahamas
 
Sport: Track & Field
Event: 400 m, 4x400 relay
  • First Olympics
Gerald Phiri '11
Zambia
Sport: Track & Field
Event: 100 m, 200 m
  • First Olympics
Eric Sehn '08
Canada
Sport: Diving
Event: 10 m Platform
Jeneba Tarmoh '12
United States
 
Sport: Track & Field
Event: 4x100 relay pool
  • First Olympics
Julia Wilkinson '10
Canada
Sport: Swimming
Event: 100 Back, 4x100 FR, 4x100 MR, 100 Free
  • Second Olympics (2008)
  • All-Time Winningest Big 12 Swimmer
  • Team Canada Bio

Not only does Texas A&M have a record number of 23 participants in the 2012 Olympic Games in London, but various support personnel with Aggie ties will also be prevalent.

Serving as an assistant swimming coach for the United States Swimming team will be Aggie women's swimming head coach Steve Bultman. Aggie head track and field coach Pat Henry will also be in London as many of his current and former student-athletes, as well as one recruit, will compete in the Games.

Another Aggie coaching is Robert Fausett '97, who is the 2012 Taekwondo coach for Brazil after working with the USA team in the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing.

Fernando Palomo '96 is an Aggie who currently works with ESPN and will be covering the Games. His brother, also an Aggie, Eduardo "Guayo" Palomo '82, is the President of the El Savador Olympic Committee and serves on the executive committee of the PASO (Pan Am Sports Federation) as well as FISA (World Rowing Federation).

Shawn Price, current assistant sports information director for Aggie men's and women's track and field, is working with NBC. Former student assistant in the Texas A&M sports information office, Cecil Bleiker '96, has worked for the United States Olympic Committee for several years and will serve as a press officer at the London Games.