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Tamara "Tammy" Crow DeClercq (born February 3, 1977) is an American competitor and coach in synchronized swimming. Crow was born in St. Louis, Missouri. She participated in the Santa Clara Aquamaids team. On February 16, 2003, Crow was driving in the Sierra Nevada Mountains when her vehicle slid off the road, killing two passengers, her boyfriend Cody Tatro, and a child in Tatro's care, 12-year-old Brett Slinger. Crow pleaded no contest to vehicular manslaughter. The judge allowed Crow to postpone serving her 90 day jail sentence until after the 2004 Summer Olympics. She won an Olympic bronze medal in the team competition. Teammates included Anna Kozlova, Alison Bartosik, Rebecca Jasontek, Sara Lowe, Lauren McFall, Stephanie Nesbitt and Kendra Zanotto. Crow was released in 2004 after serving 50 days. She has gone on to coach synchronized swimming with teams including the Walnut Creek Aquanuts.
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