She has done Colorado proud. With three races down and four to go swimming star Missy Franklin has collected two medals at the Olympics in London.
After days of mourning the mass shooting at an Aurora movie theater, Coloradans are celebrating hometown native Missy Franklin’s triumphs at the London Olympic Games.
Colorado’s Missy Franklin will have to wait a little longer to add to her medal count.
Missy Franklin is dedicating all her Olympic races to her home state of Colorado.
Colorado’s own Missy Franklin won the women’s 100-meter backstroke at the London Olympics on Monday.
The United States team got off to a blistering start in the 400-meter freestyle relay with Missy Franklin swimming leadoff under world-record pace, but the Australians rallied behind Brittany Elmslie on the third leg.
Missy Franklin is so excited about everything that comes with being an Olympian she was even thrilled to have her blood drawn.
Missy Franklin will become the first American female to swim seven events at the Olympics.
17-year-old Missy Franklin left no doubt that she is swimming’s next big star with a stunning performance in the 100 backstroke, signaling a changing of the guard in an event Natalie Coughlin won at the last two Olympics.
Colorado’s Missy Franklin has advanced to the semifinals of the 200-meter freestyle at the U.S. Olympic swimming trials.