COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- Aggie swimmers Breeja Larson and Cammile Adams were in College Station on Thursday preparing for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. They were joined by Texas A&M head women's swimming coach Steve Bultman who will be an assistant coach on the on the U.S. Olympic Swimming Team.
On Saturday the group will leave for Knoxville, Tennessee to continue training and then head to France so the team can get use to being in a different time zone.
Taking part in the Olympics is the chance of a lifetime but Adams is excited to have the chance to share it with a teammate. "I think its just going to be such a great experience that not many people get to actually experience. It will so much fun to be able to take a teammate and then have my family there as well."
Adams and Larson are the first two Aggies to make the U.S. Olympic swim team in an individual event. The opening ceremonies for the 2012 Summer Olympics for July 27th in London.
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