Track and Field
Sport: Track and Field
Current Residence: Beaverton, Ore.
College: Northern Arizona University '12, Hotel and Restaurant Management
- 2008 Olympic Games, semifinals in 1,500m
- 2012 Olympic Games, 10th place in 5,000m
- 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials, 3rd (5,000-meter)
- 2012 USA Indoor Championships, 2nd (3,000-meter)
- Two-time national outdoor champion, 1,500-meter (2009, 2010)
- 2007 NCAA outdoor champion (1,500-meter)
- 2007 NCAA indoor champion (3,000-meter)
Fun Facts: Served as the U.S. delegation Opening Ceremony flag bearer at the 2008 Olympic Games...Family fled Kimotong, Sudan, to avoid an attacking militia group when he was 6...Lived in a refugee camp run by Catholic missionaries for 10 years...Became a U.S. citizen in 2007...Enjoys hip-hop music...Created the Lopez Lomong Foundation.
USA Track and Field Bio
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To celebrate National Adoption Day, here are 17 U.S. Olympians and Paralympians who were adopted.
Changing The World, One Step At A Time
Katherine Keel March 13, 2013
Two-time Olympian Lopez Lomong discusses his non-profit organization
Gallery: 2013 Millrose Games
Aimee Berg Feb. 17, 2013
See highlights of the marquee New York City track event
Lopez Lomong: Seeking the American Dream
Nicholas Goda Sept. 25, 2012
He escaped Sudan, competed in two Games and is now ready for next challenge
Countdown to London: One Day to Go
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Preview Team USA before the London 2012 Olympic Games begin Friday
Lopez Lomong and his big, global dreams
Alan Abrahamson May 31, 2012
'I am a voice for people who never told their story' - Lopez Lomong
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