Robinson Heading To 2012 Summer Olympics
June 25, 2012
EUGENE, Ore. - Former TCU legend Khadevis Robinson punched his ticket to the 2012 Summer Olympics Monday night, placing second overall in the men's 800 meters at Hayward Field.
Robinson, who is now 35 years old, will be making his second trip to the Olympics after making the Athens team in 2004. He earned runner-up accolades Monday night, clocking a time of 1:44.64.
While at TCU, Robinson won the 1998 NCAA Outdoor 800 meters to cap his college career. He is also a four-time U.S. outdoor national champion in the 800. Robinson will begin competition in London on Monday, Aug. 6.