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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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[Gold] Germany
[Silver]U.S.
[Bronze] Russia
U.S. women have never won an Olympic 4 x 4 on foreign soil

20-km walk

[Gold]Liu Hongyu, China
[Silver]Wang Yan, China
[Bronze]Tatyana Gudkova, Russia
Chen Yueling won '92 10-km gold for China; now she walks for U.S.

High jump

[Gold]Kajsa Bergqvist, Sweden
[Silver]Inga Babakova, Ukraine
[Bronze]Monica lagar-Dinescu, Romania
Only Bergqvist has cleared two meters indoors and out this year

Long jump

[Gold] Marion Jones, U.S.
[Silver]Fiona May, Italy
[Bronze]Tatyana Kotova, Russia
Jones's day: raggedy form, chopped steps, foul, foul, 24 feet

Triple jump

[Gold]Tatyana Lebedeva, Russia
[Silver]Olena Govorova, Ukraine
[Bronze]Tereza Marinova, Bulgaria
World bronze medalist Marinova appears recovered from foot injury that cost her much of '99

Pole vault

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