Williams, Nieto and Kynard make Olympic team

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Jesse Williams, the reigning world champion in the high jump, finished fourth at the U.S. track trials but still made the Olympic team for London.

Third-place finisher Nick Ross did not have the Olympic ''A'' standard of 7 feet, 7 inches.

Jamie Nieto finished first in the high jump at Hayward Field on Monday night with a height of 7-5 3/4. Erik Kynard finished second, followed by Ross and Williams, who all also cleared the height.

Williams, a local favorite as part of the Oregon Track Club elite team, will be joined on the high jump squad by Nieto and Kynard, who also had the ''A'' standard this season.

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