Queensland runner Genevieve LaCaze's
Olympic dream could be crushed by a technicality.
LaCaze, who grew up in Brisbane, ran the race of her life in Indianapolis on Wednesday, recording an Olympic A-qualifying time of 9min41sec in the 3000m steeplechase.
But the 22-year-old has been left broken-hearted, having run the time that should book her ticket to London two days past the selection deadline set by Athletics Australia.
There is a glimmer of hope for the young Queenslander, with AA's nominations for London not due to be forwarded to the Australian Olympic Committee for selection until June 22.
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