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Medal Picks
Brian Cazeneuve
July 28, 2008
Who'll reach the winner's podium in all 302 events
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July 28, 2008

Medal Picks

Who'll reach the winner's podium in all 302 events

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Synchronized springboard
Guo & Wu, China
Pakhalina & Pozdnyakova, Russia
Cole & Stratton, Australia
Guo Jingjing's dating life is always news in China.

Synchronized platform
Wang & Chen, China
Wu & Cole, Australia
Ortiz & Espinosa, Mexico
China has more golds in diving (20) than in any other sport.

EQUESTRIAN

Individual three-day event
Nicolas Touzaint, France
William Fox-Pitt, Great Britain
Lucinda Fredericks, Australia
New Zealand's Mark Todd came back at 52 but won't win a medal.

Team three-day event
France
Great Britain
Australia
Brits miss royal Zara Phillips, whose horse injured a leg.

Individual dressage
Anky van Grunsven, Netherlands
Isabell Werth, Germany
Andreas Helgstrand, Denmark
Van Grunsven was pregnant when she won gold in Athens.

Team dressage
Netherlands
Germany
U.S.
Germany's only (nonboycott) loss since '56 came in Munich.

Individual jumping
Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum, Germany
Beezie Madden, U.S.
Eric Lamaze, Canada
U.S.-born Michaels wed German equestrian Markus Beerbaum.

Team jumping
Germany
U.S.
Canada
Upstate New Yorker Madden led U.S. to gold in '04.

FENCING

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