Will Grand Blanc native Geena Gall win a medal at the Summer Olympics in London? That should be decided today at around 2:30 ET, when Gall will have to run the race of her life. Gall finished fourth in her heat of the 800m Wednesday morning. She said afterwards she did it with an injury: she's a strained calf. Gall ran a time of 2:03.85, just a couple of seconds behind the winning time of 2:00.54. She will now move on to compete in today's semifinals.
Gall qualified for the London Olympics with a second place finish in at the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials in June. You can watch the race at www.nbcolympics.com Stay with www.minbcnews.com throughout the day for updates.