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Medal Picks
Brian Cazeneuve
August 02, 2004
Here's the outlook for all 301 events, as well as the U.S. prospects and a gallery of international stars
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August 02, 2004

Medal Picks

Here's the outlook for all 301 events, as well as the U.S. prospects and a gallery of international stars

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Platform

[Gold]Emilie Heymans, Canada
[Silver]Li Ting, China
[Bronze]Lao Lishi, China
Belgian-born Heymans edged Lao on her last dive to win worlds by two points.

Synchronized springboard

[Gold]Guo & Wu, China
[Silver]Ilyina & Pakhalina, Russia
[Bronze]Lashko & Newbery, Australia
Vera llyina graduated from Texas and once worked for Enron.

Synchronized platform

[Gold]Lao & Li, China
[Silver]Espinosa & Luna, Mexico
[Bronze]Folauhola & Tourky, Australia
Israeli-born Loudy Tourky won synchro silver at worlds after tearing a triceps.

EQUESTRIAN

U.S. OUTLOOK: This is the most balanced team the U.S. has fielded in international competition. Medals are likely in every discipline and possible in each event.

Individual three-day event

[Gold]William Fox-Pitt, Great Britain
[Silver]Pippa Funnell, Great Britain
[Bronze]Linda Algotsson, Sweden
This competition includes a round of night jumping, a new twist for eventing horses.

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