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Originally published September 26, 2013 at 9:46 PM | Page modified September 26, 2013 at 10:35 PM

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Local Olympic swimmer Ariana Kukors retires at age 24

“It’s official — I’ve hung up my swimsuit,” Kukors wrote on Twitter.

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Former Olympic swimmer Ariana Kukors, a graduate of Auburn Mountainview High School and a Pac-10 champion at the University of Washington, has retired from the sport at age 24, she told the Auburn Reporter this week.

Kukors was fifth in the 200 individual medley at the 2012 Olympic Games in London and is the world-record holder in the 200 IM, at 2 minutes, 6.15 seconds.

Kukors runs health clinics and swim camps and works with LifeWise Health Plan of Washington. “It’s official — I’ve hung up my swimsuit,” Kukors wrote on Twitter. She won seven medals in international competitions.

Soccer

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Blaine Carver had a goal and the Seattle Pacific men (4-1-1) tied Northwest Nazarene 1-1. Ashley Shaw and Demi Waitley scored and the SPU women (6-1) won 2-1 over Montana State-Billings.

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From sports-information reports.

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