12:43 pm August 1, 2012, by Ken Sugiura
Former Georgia Tech swimmer Gal Nevo finished with the 10th fastest time in the semifinals of the 200-meter individual medley at the Olympics. Nevo, swimming for Israel, finished in 1 minute, 59.17 seconds, .68 seconds out of a spot in the finals. It was the last of three swims for Nevo.
Nevo also swam the 400 individual medley and the 200 fly. He finished 10th in the former, missing the finals by 1.44 seconds, and did not qualify for the semifinals in the latter.
Current Tech swimmer Andrew Chetcuti, representing the nation of Malta, swam the 100 freestyle in 51.67, which placed him 39th out of 56 swimmers.
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