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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]Jorge Guti�rrez, Cuba
[Silver]Utkirbek Haydarov, Uzbekistan
[Bronze]Zsolt Erdei, Hungary
[Bronze] Jeff Lacy, U.S.
Australia's Raul Miller could win medal before home folks

81 kg (179 lbs.)

[Gold]Alexander Lebziak, Russia
[Silver]Troy Amos Ross, Canada
[Bronze]Isael Alvarez, Cuba
[Bronze]Hugo Garay, Argentina
U.S. team dropped world champion Michael Simms for bad behavior

91 kg (201 lbs.)

[Gold] F�lix Sav�n, Cuba
[Silver] Michael Bennett, U.S.
[Bronze]Soultan Ibraghimov, Russia
[Bronze]Vladimir Schanturia, Georgia
Ex-con Bennett won '99 worlds without fighting the great Sav�n

91 + kg (201 + lbs.)

[Gold] Calvin Brock, U.S.
[Silver]Alexis Rubalcaba, Cuba
[Bronze]Mukhtarkhan Dildabekov, Kazakhstan
[Bronze]Paolo Vidoz, Italy
The 6'2" Brock has a finance degree and works as a banker

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