Gophers' Kelci Bryant earns Olympic berth in diving

University of Minnesota diver Kelci Bryant is headed to the Olympics in London. Bryant and Abby Johnston won the 3-meter springboard synchro final at the Olympic trials in suburban Seattle.
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University of Minnesota diver Kelci Bryant is headed to the Olympics in London. Bryant and Abby Johnston won the 3-meter springboard synchro final at the Olympic trials in suburban Seattle.

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