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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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48 kg (106 lbs.)

[Gold]Ri Kyong Ok, North Korea
[Silver]Ryoko Tani, Japan
[Bronze]Alina Dumitru, Romania
[Bronze]Frederique Jossinet, France
Ryoko Tamura's wedding to baseball star Yoshitomo Tani was on national TV.

52 kg (114 lbs.)

[Gold]Amarilis Savon, Cuba
[Silver]Xian Dongmci, China
[Bronze]Annabelle Euranie, France
[Bronze]Lee Eun Hee, South Korea
Savon moved up in weight to win 2003 worlds after becoming a mother.

57 kg (125 lbs.)

[Gold]Yurisleidis Lupetey, Cuba
[Silver]Kye Sun Hui, North Korea
[Bronze]Yvonne Boenisch, Germany
[Bronze]Deborah Gravenstijn, Netherlands
No North Korean athlete struck gold at the Sydney Olympics.

63 kg (139 lbs.)

[Gold]Driulis Gonzalez, Cuba
[Silver]Ylenia Scapin, Italy
[Bronze]Daniela Krukower, Argentina
[Bronze]Anna Von Harnier, Germany
In three Olympics, Gonzalez has won gold, silver and bronze.

70 kg (154 lbs.)

[Gold]Masae Ueno, Japan
[Silver]Anaisis Hernandez, Cuba
[Bronze]Qin Dongya, China
[Bronze]Edith Bosch, Netherlands
World No. 2 Regla Zulueta is ineligible after defecting to the U.S. from Cuba.

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