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Brian Cazeneuve
September 11, 2000
Who will take home gold, silver and bronze in each of the Games' 300 events? And who will be worth watching, win or lose?
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September 11, 2000

Medal Picks

Who will take home gold, silver and bronze in each of the Games' 300 events? And who will be worth watching, win or lose?

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[Gold] Tom Dolan, U.S.
[Silver]Justin Norris, Australia
[Bronze]Erik Vendt, U.S.
Dolan's world record of 4:12.30 still stands from 1994

4 x 100-meter freestyle relay

[Gold]U.S.
[Silver] Australia
[Bronze] Russia
U.S. is unbeaten in all seven Olympic finals in this event

4 x 200-meter freestyle relay

[Gold] Australia
[Silver]U.S.
[Bronze] Great Britain
Aussies should better the world record they set in Sydney in '99

4 x 100-meter medley relay

[Gold]U.S.
[Silver] Australia
[Bronze] Russia
Americans won't be caught after leading back-and breaststroke

WOMEN

50-meter freestyle

[Gold]Therese Alshammar, Sweden
[Silver]Inge de Bruijn, the Netherlands
[Bronze]Dara Torres, U.S.
De Bruijn holds the world mark, but unheralded Alshammar rules

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