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20-Year-Old OC Swimmer Headed to Olympics

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Orange County's very own Chloe Sutton will be heading to London to compete in the 2012 Olympics after finishing second in the women's 400-meter freestyle at the Olympic swim trials on Tuesday.

MSNBC reports that the 20-year-old from Mission Viejo was in the Olympics once before, four years ago in Beijing. She's competed in both open water events and pool events. This time around, she'll focus solely on the pool.