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TARGETING GOLD
Brian Cazeneuve
February 20, 2012
The seven gold medals for the U.S. at last week's World Archery Indoor Championships in Las Vegas bode well for London, where world No. 1 Brady Ellison, 23, aims to end a 16-year U.S. gold medal drought in the sport. These are some other U.S. losing streaks that could end this summer.
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February 20, 2012

Targeting Gold

The seven gold medals for the U.S. at last week's World Archery Indoor Championships in Las Vegas bode well for London, where world No. 1 Brady Ellison, 23, aims to end a 16-year U.S. gold medal drought in the sport. These are some other U.S. losing streaks that could end this summer.

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MEN'S INDIVIDUAL ARCHERY

Brady Ellison (last U.S. gold 1996)

WOMEN'S SWIMMING/200-METER BACKSTROKE

Missy Franklin (1972)

WOMEN'S JUDO

Kayla Harrison (never)

WOMEN'S TRACK/100 METERS

Carmelita Jeter (1996)

WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL

Team USA (never)

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