Native Americans in the 2012 London Olympics
The 2012 London Olympics includes 3 Native Americans.
Mary Killman is a Citizen Potawatomi Nation. She will compete in the Synchronized Duet Technical Swimming Event for Team USA.
Mary Spencer is First Nation Ojibway from Ontario. She will compete in the debut of Women’s Boxing for Team Canada.
Tumua Anae is Native Hawaiian. She is competing as the Goalkeeper on the US Water Polo Team.
Let’s cheer on and support our Native athletes!
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