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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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Single sculls

[Gold]Ekaterina Karsten, Belarus
[Silver]Rumyana Neykova, Bulgaria
[Bronze]Katrin Rutschow-Stomporowski, Germany
The medal stand will look the same as it did in Sydney.

Double sculls

[Gold]Evers-Swindell & Evers-Swindell, New Zealand
[Silver]Boron & El Qalqili, Germany
[Bronze]Winckless & Laverick, Great Britain
Kiwi twins Caroline and Georgina try for their nation's first medal in this event.

Lightweight double sculls

[Gold]Burcica & Alupei, Romania
[Silver]Jones & Milne, Canada
[Bronze]Reimer & Blasberg, Germany
Constanta Burcica has two golds, Ange Alupei one, in this event.

Quadruple sculls

[Gold] Great Britain
[Silver] Germany
[Bronze]U.S.
German scullers have won all four previous golds.

Pairs without cox

[Gold]Grainger & Bishop, Great Britain
[Silver]Andrunache & Susanu, Romania
[Bronze]Bichyk & Helakh, Belarus
Cath Bishop has a Masters in politics and a Ph.D. in German literature.

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