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Medal Picks
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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4 x 100-meter relay

[Gold]U.S.
[Silver] Canada
[Bronze] Great Britain
Mo Greene and his mates avenge Atlanta Games loss to Canada's Donovan Bailey and Co.

4 x 400-meter relay

[Gold]U.S.
[Silver] Jamaica
[Bronze] South Africa
U.S. foursomes have run nine fastest times in history

20-km walk

[Gold]Roman Rasskazov, Russia
[Silver]Vladimir Andreyev, Russia
[Bronze]Jefferson P�rez, Ecuador
P�rez, the '96 Olympic champion, works out at the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, Calif.

50-km walk

[Gold]Valeriy Spitsyn, Russia
[Silver]Robert Korzeniowski, Poland
[Bronze]Curt Clausen, U.S.
U.S. walkers haven't fared better than bronze since 1920

High jump

[Gold]Vyacheslav Voronin, Russia
[Silver]Charles Austin, U.S.
[Bronze]Konstantin Matusevich, Israel
Back from cocaine exile, world-record holder Javier Sotomayor of Cuba is wild card

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