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MEET TEAM USA
Brian Cazeneuve
July 28, 2008
America's new set of Olympians, nearly 600 strong, hails from 47 of the 50 states and includes identical twins, soldiers, teenagers, a cancer patient, a 58-year-old CEO and the daughter of a Super Bowl champion
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July 28, 2008

Meet Team Usa

America's new set of Olympians, nearly 600 strong, hails from 47 of the 50 states and includes identical twins, soldiers, teenagers, a cancer patient, a 58-year-old CEO and the daughter of a Super Bowl champion

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BEST REVENGE

World 200-meter-dash champion Allyson Felix, whose schoolmates at Los Angeles Baptist High used to call her Chicken Legs, was featured in both Vogue's Shape Issue and Glamour's 11 Greatest Bodies on Earth.

TV GIGS

Paul and Morgan Hamm, the twin-brother gymnasts and returning medalists, were contestants on the Japanese obstacle-course game show Ninja Warrior. (Neither won.)

Dara Torres, swimming, worked as a reporter for ESPN and Fox News and hosted a sports segment on the Discovery Channel science and technology show The Next Stop.

Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh, the reigning Olympic champions in beach volleyball, played themselves on an episode of CSI: Miami.

Shawn Crawford, the defending 200-meter gold medalist, raced a zebra and a giraffe on Fox's reality show Man vs. Beast. He beat the giraffe but lost to the zebra.

OUTTA HERE

Softball pitcher Jennie Finch appeared on the celebrity edition of The Apprentice and was fired by Donald Trump in the fourth week.

PEACE FIRST

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