UConn alum Phylicia George qualifies for Olympic 100m hurdle finals (UPDATED)

DAEGU, SOUTH KOREA - SEPTEMBER 02: Phylicia George of Canada looks on during the women's 100 metres hurdles heats during day seven of 13th IAAF World Athletics Championships at Daegu Stadium on September 2, 2011 in Daegu, South Korea. (Photo by Ian Walton/Getty Images)

UConn alum Phylicia George ran a personal best 12.65 in today's Olympic 100M hurdle semifinal, qualifying for tonight's final round. George's time was the best of any non-automatic qualifier (the top two finishers in each heat automatically advance) and bested American Lolo Jones by .06. She will compete in the finals later tonight. The race begins at 4 ET.

UPDATE: George finished sixth in the 100M hurdle finals in London this evening. She tied her personal best time from earlier, running a 12.65. Australia's Sally Pearson won the gold.

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