St. Cloud BMX racer snags 8th seed in Olympic semis

St. Cloud’s Alise Post began her Olympic quest today in women’s BMX racing in London. Today was the seeding run, with each rider covering the track once. Post, considered a gold medal favorite, finished in the middle of the pack.
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