Corrections are being made to reflect more Gators representing countries outside the U.S.

Florida will have at least 37 current and former Gator athletes representing the university in the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, setting the school’s all-time record for number of letterwinners at a single Oylmpiad. Of that total, 23 come from the swimming program and 10 more from track and field. Here’s a list of UF’s athletes who will be competing in the Olympics:

Representing the United States:
Elizabeth Beisel…….Swimming…………200 backstroke, 400 IM
Clark Burckle……….Swimming…………200 breaststroke
Conor Dwyer………..Swimming…………400 freestyle, 4×200 freestyle relay
Ryan Lochte…………Swimming…………200 free, 200 back, 200 IM, 400 IM, 4×200 free relay
Dana Vollmer……….Swimming…………100 butterfly, 4×200 free relay
Will Claye……………Track & Field………Triple jump, long jump
Kerron Clement…….Track & Field………400 meter hurdles
Jeff Demps……………Track & Field………4×100 relay
Tony McQuay……….Track & Field………400 meter dash
Christian Taylor……Track & Field………Triple jump
Heather Mitts……….Women’s soccer….Defender
Abby Wambach……..Women’s soccer….Forward
Lisa Raymond……….Women’s tennis….Doubles

Representing other countries:
Bradley Ally (Barbados)………………..Swimming…………200 IM
Sarah Bateman (Iceland)……………….Swimming…………50 freestyle, 4×100 medley relay
Marcin Cieslak (Poland)………………..Swimming…………200 butterfly, 200 IM
Melania Costa-Schmid (Spain)……….Swimming…………200 free, 400 free, 4×200 free relay
Brett Fraser (Cayman Islands)………..Swimming…………100 freestyle, 200 freestyle
Shaune Fraser (Cayman Islands)……..Swimming…………100 freestyle, 200 freestyle
Csaba Gercsak (Hungary)………………Swimming…………10km marathon
Sarra Lajnef (Tunisia)…………………..Swimming…………200 breaststroke
Marco Loughran (Great Britain)………Swimming…………200 backstroke
Jemma Lowe (Great Britain)……………Swimming…………200 butterfly
Hilda Luthersdottir (Iceland)………….Swimming…………100/200 breast, 400 medley relay
Raul Martinez (Puerto Rico)………….Swimming…………400 freestyle
Omar Pinzon (Colombia)………………Swimming…………100/200 back, 200 butterfly, 200 IM
Steph Proud (Great Britain)…………….Swimming…………200 backstroke
Sinead Russell (Canada)……………….Swimming…………100 backstroke, 200 backstroke
Sebastien Rousseau (South Africa)….Swimming………….4×200 free relay
Gemma Spofforth (Great Britain)……..Swimming…………100 backstroke
Darian Townsend (South Africa)……..Swimming…………200 IM
Moise Joseph (Haiti)…………………….Track & Field………800 meters
Genevieve LaCaze (Australia)…………Track & Field………3,000 steeplechase
Kemal Mesic (Bosnia)…………………..Track & Field………Shot put
Shara Proctor (Great Britain)…………..Track & Field………Long jump
Novlene Williams-Mills (Jamaica)……Track & Field………400, 4×400 relay
Azania Stewart (Great Britain)…………Women’s hoops…..Center

Kerron Clement will compete in the 400 meter hurdles at the London Olympics. The athletics competition will begin Aug. 3. (The Associated Press)

Two UF coaches were also given respective duties for Team USA. Florida swimming coach Gregg Troy will coach the U.S. men’s swim team. Meanwhile, Gator track and field coach Mike Holloway will serve as an assistant coach in London, specializing in sprints and hurdles.

It’s worth mentioning that UF’s “Pride of the Sunshine” Gator Band has been invited to perform and spend a week in London during the Olympics. Also, Alex Gomez, Andreina and Yanel Pinto, Peter Vanderkaay and Arkady Vyatchanin, all members of the Gator Swim Club, will be competing in the Games. Another Gator, Melanie Booth is listed as an alternate for the Canadian women’s soccer team.

Meanwhile, three men’s basketball players with Gator ties (Al Horford, Mike Rosario and Nick Calathes) had a chance to qualify for London. However, each fell short at the FIBA World Olympic Qualifying Tournament.

-Horford and the Dominican Republic had a chance to qualify for the Olympics with a win last Sunday, but Nigeria snagged the final spot with an 88-73 win over Horford’s team. Horford entered the must-win contest averaging 22 points per game and had led the Dominican Republic in scoring in all but one game. In the loss to Nigeria, he dealt with foul trouble and only managed 12 points in 29 minutes.
-Rosario, UF’s current redshirt senior guard, was kept out of London after his Puerto Rican squad lost 76-72 to Lithuania last Friday. Rosario was one of two Puerto Rican players to watch the entire game from the bench.
-Calathes and Greece failed to qualify after a shocking 80-79 loss to Nigeria last Friday. Calathes only saw 11 minutes of action and was 1-for-5 from the field for three points in the defeat.
-Joakim Noah withdrew from competing for France a week ago, citing that he isn’t ready to play as he recovers from the severely sprained ankle that he suffered on May 4.

The Olympics start July 27 and finish Aug. 12.