Jeter will make her Olympic debut



EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — Carmelita Jeter will make her Olympic debut after winning the 100 meters Saturday in the U.S. track trials.

Jeter, who won the gold at the 2011 world championships in the event, finished in 10.92 seconds. Tianna Madison finished second in 10.96 for a spot on the Olympic team in London.

Janeba Tarmoh appeared to edge training partner Allyson Felix by 0.0001 seconds to finish third in 11.068, but the results were under review.