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Brian Cazeneuve's
2004 Olympic Medal Picks
Rowing
U.S. OUTLOOK: Medal hopes ride with both eights. Last month coach Mike Teti moved the hot men's four into the large boat to bolster the team.
Men's Single sculls
Gold Norway Olaf Tufte
Silver Germany Marcel Hacker
Bronze Czech Republic Vaclav Chalupa
As a teenager, Tufte, now 28, was a motocross champ.
Men's Double sculls
Gold Italy Galtarossa & Sartori
Silver Slovenia Spik & Cop
Bronze France Vieilledent & Hardy
The Italian duo won gold in the quadruple sculls in 2000.
Men's Lightweight double sculls
Gold Italy Luini & Pettinari
Silver France Touron & Dufour
Bronze Hungary Hirling & Varga
Slow starters Steve Tucker and Greg Ruckman of the U.S. could take a medal.
Men's Quadruple sculls
Gold Poland
Silver Australia
Bronze Czech Republic
Germany, which has rowed poorly since winning the '03 worlds, remains a threat.
Men's Pairs without cox
Gold Australia Ginn & Tomkins
Silver South Africa DiClemente & Cech
Bronze Croatia Skelin & Skelin
James Tomkins is the only person to have won world titles in all five sweep events.
Men's Fours without cox
Gold Canada
Silver Great Britain
Bronze Australia
Britain's Matthew Pinsent is eyeing his fourth gold medal.
Men's Lightweight fours without cox
Gold Italy
Silver Canada
Bronze Denmark
The Italians missed a medal by .26 of a second in Sydney.
Men's Eights
Gold Canada
Silver U.S.
Bronze Italy
The U.S. earned 11 of the 14 golds through 1964 but has won none since.
Women's Single sculls
Gold Belarus Ekaterina Karsten
Silver Bulgaria Rumyana Neykova
Bronze Germany Katrin Rutschow-Stomporowski
The medal stand will look the same as it did in Sydney.
Women's Double sculls
Gold New Zealand Evers-Swindell & Evers-Swindell
Silver Germany Boron & El Qalqili
Bronze Great Britain Winckless & Laverick
Kiwi twins Caroline and Georgina try for their nation's first medal in this event.
Women's Lightweight double sculls
Gold Romania Burcica & Alupei
Silver Canada Jones & Milne
Bronze Germany Reimer & Blasberg
Constanta Burcica has two golds, Angela Alupei one, in this event.
Women's Quadruple sculls
Gold Great Britain
Silver Germany
Bronze U.S.
German scullers have won all four previous golds.
Women's Pairs without cox
Gold Great Britain Grainger & Bishop
Silver Romania Andrunache & Susanu
Bronze Belarus Bichyk & Helakh
Cath Bishop has a Masters in politics and a Ph.D. in German literature.
Women's Eights
Gold U.S.
Silver Romania
Bronze Netherlands
Fifth at the 2003 worlds, the U.S. has emerged in '04.
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