UBC’s Olympians and Paralympians

There are 19 confirmed student athletes with their eyes on the prize in London.

Scott Dickens (confirmed) Swimming—100 & 200 Breaststroke, 4×100 Medley Relay

Brent Hayden (confirmed) Swimming—50 & 100 Freestyle, 4×100 Freestyle Relay, 4×100 Medley Relay

Tommy Gossland (confirmed) Swimming—4×100 Freestyle Relay

Savannah King (confirmed) Swimming—400 & 800 Freestyle

Heather MacLean (confirmed) Swimming—4×100 Freestyle Relay

Martha McCabe (confirmed) Swimming—200 Breaststroke

Tera Van Beilen (confirmed) Swimming—100 & 200 Breaststroke

Donovan Tildesley (confirmed) Paralympic swimming

Toby Ng (confirmed) Badminton

Curtis Moss (confirmed) Track & Field—Javelin

Inaki Gomez (confirmed) Track & Field-—20 km Racewalk

Mike Mason (confirmed) Track & Field—High Jump

Liz Gleadle (confirmed) Track & Field—Javelin

Ricardo Montemayor (confirmed for Mexico) Sailing—Laser Class

Luke Ramsay (confirmed) Sailing—470 class

Mike Leigh (confirmed) Sailing—470 class

Hunter Lowden (confirmed) Sailing – 49er

Nikola Girke (confirmed) Windsurfing

Denise Ramsden (confirmed) Road Cycling—Timed trials and road race

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UBC Reports | Vol. 58 | No. 7 | Jul. 4, 2012

UBC Olympians and Paralympians at an Olympic send-off celebration (left to right) Inaki Gomez, Donovan Tildesley, Scott Dickens, Tera Van Beilen, Tommy Gossland, Savanah King, Brent Hayden and Heather MacLean. Don Erhardt Photograph

UBC Olympians and Paralympians at an Olympic send-off celebration (left to right) Inaki Gomez, Donovan Tildesley, Scott Dickens, Tera Van Beilen, Tommy Gossland, Savanah King, Brent Hayden and Heather MacLean. Don Erhardt Photograph

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