Santa Rosa native Kim Conley saw her second Olympics end Tuesday morning in Rio de Janeiro when she failed to advance past the preliminary round in the women's 5,000-meter run.

Conley placed 12th in her qualifying heat, narrowly missing a spot in the final. She crossed the finish line 11.28 seconds out of eighth place and the final qualifying spot.

Conley, a 2004 graduate of Montgomery High School who went on to compete at UC Davis, dropped time in multiple distances leading up to earning her Olympic berth.

In 2014, she beat her personal best times in every distance from the 800 meters to the 10,000 meters.

Also in 2014, Conley became the 10,000 meter U.S. champ and in, 2015, she became national champ again when she won the U.S. Half Marathon Championships in Houston.