Olympian, Hunter Kemper just set a record by qualifying for his fourth Olympics, but it wasn't without any hurdles. After breaking his elbow (a plate and 13 screws) at the 2011 Triathlete Elite Series Race it was uncertain whether the three-time Olympian would be competing for a fourth in London, but the tenacious athlete never gave up. Kemper, who was ranked 71st prior to going into the race, fought a hard battle and qualified for his fourth Olympics and will be competing for a medal in London!
If you'd like to support Hunter and all members of Team USA, head over to the Duracell Virtual Stadium (a Facebook application) where you'll be able to upload messages of support for the athletes. They'll be able to see these in person via 28-feet of TV screens at the P&G Family Home in London. You can also upload a message of support at www.youtube.com/duracell.
"Duracell, a sponsor of the London 2012 Olympic Games, has partnered with Hunter to help support and showcase the dedication that goes into qualifying and training for the Olympic Games. Check out this video of Hunter from the San Diego ITU World Triathlon where Hunter finished fifth overall and qualified to represent his country in London." – Duracell