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Americans Grab More Gold In Swimming, Gymnastics

American swimmers Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte faced off for the last time Thursday at the London Summer Olympics. Phelps won that race, the 200-meter individual medley. Meanwhile, gymnast Gabby Douglas competed in the women's individual all-around final and took the gold. Tom Goldman talks to Audie Cornish.
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Missy Franklin A Reason For Aurora, Colo., To Cheer

The city of Aurora, Colo., is relishing the opportunity to cheer for its hometown Olympian, Missy Franklin. Franklin is a 17-year-old swimmer.
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Michael Phelps Wins Record 20th Medal; Soni Sets Record In Breaststroke

Michael Phelps has won the men's 200-meter individual medley at the 2012 Summer Games, winning his 20th Olympic medal — and his first individual gold medal in London. And Rebecca Soni won the women's 200-meter breaststroke, in a race she led from the start. Tyler Clary won gold in the 200m backstroke.
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U.S. Gymnast Douglas Wins Gold In Individual All-Around

American gymnast Gabby Douglas has won her second Olympic gold medal of the London Summer Games, winning the individual all-around event to match her performance anchoring the U.S. team's gold-medal performance earlier this week. Teammate Aly Raisman finished fourth.
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Summer Movies: Olympic Medal-Winning Favorites

The Olympics make for great spectator sport. They also make for great movies: Miracle and Cool Runnings, to name just a couple. TOTN's favorite movie buff Murray Horwitz picks films about the Olympic Games that score a perfect ten, and those that land in the consolation bracket.
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Women's Sabre Teams: No Medal For You

It's hard to find a discipline that Team USA has dominated more than the women's sabre. The team is anchored by two-time medalist Mariel Zagunis. But there's no way the Americans — or any team — can win a women's sabre medal in this year's Olympics. Because there isn't one.

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