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Arkansans in the Olympics

At least 24 with Arkansas ties are headed to the Summer Olympics this year to represent eight countries. All events are listed in central time and can be watched live at nbcolympics.com with a cable subscription.

Kemoy Campbell (Razorbacks)

Event: 5,000m
Results: Did not advance to finals. Finished 25th in Round 1 with time of 13:30.32.

Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Veronica Campbell-Brown (Razorbacks)

PROFILE: Campbell-Brown, 34, not ready to leave track
Event: 200m, 4x100m relay
Results: Did not advance to 200m finals. Finished 27th in preliminaries with time of 22.97 seconds.
🏅 Silver medal in relay with time of 41.36 seconds.
Gold: U.S., 41.01 seconds. Silver: Jamaica, 41.36. Bronze: Great Britain, 41.77.

AP Photo/Petr David Josek, File

Kyle Clemons (Jonesboro)

Event: 4x400m relay
Results:🏅 Won gold with a time of 2:57.30.
Gold: U.S., 2:57.30. Silver: Jamaica, 2:58.16. Bronze: Bahamas, 2:58.49.

AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez

Taylor Ellis-Watson (Razorbacks)

PROFILE: Ellis-Watson wants to show she belongs in final
Event: 4x400m relay
Results: 🏅 Won gold with a time of 3:19.06.
Gold: U.S., 3:19.06. Silver: Jamaica, 3:20.34. Bronze: Great Britain, 3:25.88.

Andy Shupe/Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Tyson Gay (Razorbacks)

Event: 4x100m relay
Results: Disqualified in finals.
Gold: Jamaica, 37.27 seconds. Silver: Japan, 37.6. Bronze: Canada, 37.64.

AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus, File

Jeff Henderson (Sylvan Hills)

PROFILE: Dad’s training gizmo a boost to Henderson
Event: Long jump
Results:🏅 Henderson wins gold on final jump
Gold: Henderson, United States, 8.38 meters. Silver: Luvo Manyonga, South Africa, 8.37. Bronze: Greg Rutherford, Great Britain, 8.29.

AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli

Antwon Hicks (Hot Springs High School)

Event: 110m hurdles
Results: Did not advance to finals. Finished 23rd in semifinals with time of 14.26 seconds.

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette file photo

Isabella Isaksen (Fayetteville)

Event: Modern pentathlon
Results: Finished 25th with 1255 points.

AP Photo/Brennan Linsley

Margaux Isaksen (Fayetteville)

Event: Modern pentathlon
Results: Finished in 20th with 1280 points.

Michael Ciaglo via AP

Christine Kalmer (Razorbacks)

Event: Marathon
Results: Finished 96th with a time of 2 hours, 48 minutes, 24 seconds
Gold: Jemima Jelagat Sumgong, Kenya, 2:24:04. Silver: Eunice Jepkirui Kirwa, Bahrain, 2:24:13. Bronze: Mare Dibaba, Ethiopia, 2:24:30.

Michael Woods/Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Jarrion Lawson (Razorbacks)

PROFILE: Hogs' Lawson sticks with jumping in Rio
Event: Long jump, 4x100 meter relay
Results: (Long jump) Finished fourth with an 8.25-meter jump
Gold: Jeff Henderson, United States, 8.38 meters. Silver: Luvo Manyonga, South Africa, 8.37. Bronze: Greg Rutherford, Great Britain, 8.29.
(Relay) Disqualified in finals.
Gold: Jamaica, 37.27 seconds. Silver: Japan, 37.6. Bronze: Canada, 37.64.

Michael Woods/Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Stacy Lewis (Razorbacks)

Event: Golf
Results: Finished tied for fourth at 9-under
Gold: Inbee Park, South Korea, -16. Silver: Lydia Ko, New Zealand, -11. Bronze: Shanshan Feng, China, -10.

Michael Woods/Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

David Lingmerth (Razorbacks)

Event: Golf
Results: Finished tied for 11th at 6-under
Gold: Justin Rose, Great Britain, -16. Silver: Henrik Stenson, Sweden, -14. Bronze: Matt Kuchar, United States, -13.

AP Photo/Julio Cortez

Gabby Lopez (Razorbacks)

Event: Golf
Results: Finished tied for 31st at 2-over
Gold: Inbee Park, South Korea, -16. Silver: Lydia Ko, New Zealand, -11. Bronze: Shanshan Feng, China, -10.

Jason Ivester/Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Sparkle McKnight (Razorbacks)

Event: 400m hurdles
Results: Did not advance to finals. Finished 30th in preliminaries with a time of 56.80 seconds.

Andy Shupe/Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Omar McLeod (Razorbacks)

PROFILE: Jamaican Omar McLeod keeps Arkansas close to heart
PHOTOS: Omar McLeod through the years
STORY: McLeod hit Olympic stride after two falls
Event: 110m hurdles
Results:🏅 McLeod breaks drought for ex-Hogs, wins gold medal in Rio
Gold: McLeod, Jamaica, 13.05 seconds; Silver Orlando Ortega, Spain, 13.17 seconds; Bronze: Dimitri Bascou, France, 13.24 seconds.

Michael Woods/Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Sandi Morris (Razorbacks)

PROFILE: Bad wrist put Sandi Morris' Olympic spot in danger
Event: Pole vault
Results:🏅Finished with silver medal with vault of 4.85 meters.
Gold: Ekaterini Stefanidi, Greece. Silver: Morris, U.S. Bronze: Eliza McCartney, New Zealand.

Michael Woods/Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Clive Pullen (Razorbacks)

PROFILE: Pullen overcomes NCAA disappointment to make Olympics
Event: Triple jump
Results: Did not advance to finals. Finished 33rd with 16.08-meter jump.

Michael Woods/Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Dominique Scott (Razorbacks)

PROFILE: Olympic run to cap time of Scott's life
Event: 10,000m
RESULTS: Scott finished 21st with a time of 31:51.47.
Gold: Almaz Ayana, Ethiopia, 29:17.45. Silver: Vivian Jepkemoi Cheruiyot, Kenya, 29:32.53. Bronze: Tirunesh Dibaba, Ethiopia, 29:42.56.

AP Photo/Ryan Kang

Tina Sutej (Razorbacks)

Event: Pole vault
Results: Finished 11th with vault of 4.5 meters.
Gold: Ekaterini Stefanidi, Greece. Silver: Morris, U.S. Bronze: Eliza McCartney, New Zealand.

Jason Ivester/Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Michael Tinsley (Pulaski Robinson)

Event: 400m hurdles
Results: Did not advance to finals. Finished 36th in preliminaries with time of 50.18 seconds.

AP file photo

Lexi Weeks (Razorbacks/Cabot)

STORY: Cabot community funds trip to Rio for Weeks' family
PROFILE: Pole vaulter didn’t foresee trip to Brazil
Event: Pole vault
Results: Did not advance to finals. Highest vault in first round was 4.45 meters.

Ben Goff/Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Natasha Wodak (UALR)

Event: 10,000m
RESULTS: Wodak finished 22nd with a time of 31:53.14.
Gold: Almaz Ayana, Ethiopia, 29:17.45. Silver: Vivian Jepkemoi Cheruiyot, Kenya, 29:32.53. Bronze: Tirunesh Dibaba, Ethiopia, 29:42.56.

Chrishuna Williams (Razorbacks)

PROFILE: Chrishuna Williams was substitute teacher before she was an Olympian
Event: 800m
Results: Did not advance to finals. Finished 35th in preliminaries with time of 2:01.19.

Andy Shupe/Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette