London 2012 Olympics: Dawn Harper Wins Silver With New Personal Best

St. Louis native Dawn Harper grabbed the silver medal when she finished the women's 100m hurdle with a 12.37 mark Tuesday afternoon. The time, which proved to be her new personal best after setting a personal best just hours earlier in the 100m hurdle semifinals, was only 0.02 seconds too slow as Sally Pearson set a new Olympic record with a 12.35 mark.

Here is a look at the final standings for the 2012 women's 100m hurdle finals:

RK NAT ATHLETE MARK RECORD/BEST
1 AUS Sally Pearson 12.35 Olympic
2 USA Dawn Harper 12.37 Personal
3 USA Kellie Wells 12.48 Personal
4 USA Lolo Jones 12.58 Season
5 TUR YANIT Nevin 12.58 National
6 CAN GEORGE Phylicia 12.65 Personal
7 CAN ZELINKA Jessica 12.69 -
8 AUT SCHROTT Beate 13.07 -

For updates, stay tuned to SB Nation St. Louis. For comprehensive coverage of the 2012 London Games, visit SB Nation's Olympics news hub. Stay up to date on the medal count with Sports Illustrated's tracker.

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