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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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78 kg (172 lbs.)

[Gold]Noriko Anno, Japan
[Silver]Yurisel Laborde, Cuba
[Bronze]Ednanci Silva, Brazil
[Bronze]Claudia Zwiers, Netherlands
Anno, a four-time world champ, has never won an Olympic medal.

78+ kg (172+ lbs.)

[Gold]Sun Fuming, China
[Silver]Tea Donguzashvili, Russia
[Bronze]Maki Tsukada, Japan
[Bronze]Karina Bryant, Great Britain
Sun, the champion in 1996, failed to make the Chinese team in 2000.

MODERN PENTATHLON

U.S. OUTLOOK: No medals are likely. Chad Senior, the leader after three events in Sydney, returns. West Point grad Anita Allen paces the women.

Men

[Gold]Gabor Balogh, Hungary
[Silver]Andrejus Zadneprovskis, Lithuania
[Bronze]Lee Choon-Huan, South Korea
Zadneprovskis led the 2002 worlds before falling off his horse.

Women

[Gold]Zsuzsanna Voros, Hungary
[Silver]Georgina Harland, Great Britain
[Bronze]Kate Allenby, Great Britain
Voros also trains a competitive show dog named Juice.

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