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T’erea Brown recorded a sixth-place finish in the finals of the 400m hurdles. “Thank you to everyone for all of the love I have received on this journey…we still got some more meets left before I shut it down,” she wrote on twitter.

T’erea Brown recorded a sixth-place finish in the finals of the 400m hurdles. “Thank you to everyone for all of the love I have received on this journey…we still got some more meets left before I shut it down,” she wrote on twitter.

T’erea Brown, who will run for gold today in the 400m hurdles, has the support of her long-time boyfriend and UM football alum Cory Nelms. Nelms is currently in training camp with the San Francisco 49ers. Read the full story in the Sacramento Bee here.

T’erea Brown, who will run for gold today in the 400m hurdles, has the support of her long-time boyfriend and UM football alum Cory Nelms. Nelms is currently in training camp with the San Francisco 49ers. Read the full story in the Sacramento Bee here.

T’erea Brown set a personal best for the second day in a row to advance to the finals of the 400m hurdles.

T’erea Brown set a personal best for the second day in a row to advance to the finals of the 400m hurdles.

It was easy. The race was very nice, very comfortable. I ran exactly as I planned, I PR’d. I didn’t feel like I needed to push it. I think tomorrow we’ll see some 52s. It wasn’t the perfect race. I need to make some minor tweaks. I stuttered at eight, so I need to fix that.
T’erea Brown on her first race at the Olympics (RunnersWeb)
In her Olympic debut, T’erea Brown ran a personal best (54.72) to move to the semifinals of the 400m hurdles.

In her Olympic debut, T’erea Brown ran a personal best (54.72) to move to the semifinals of the 400m hurdles.

Twitter buzz from the #OlympicCanes over the last several days.

T’erea Brown, Amy Deem, Brittany Viola and Lauryn Williams

T’erea Brown, Amy Deem, Brittany Viola and Lauryn Williams

#OlympicCanes are ready for the Opening Ceremonies!