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Danell Leyva wins bronze (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)
Danell Leyva wins bronze (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)
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Chad’s Olympics Preview for Thursday, August 2nd

 

Wednesday was another HUGE day for Team USA.  Sure we suffered some unexpected upsets in archery and fencing (world #1 Brady Ellison went down in the Round of 16 in men's archery and two-time defending Olympic gold medalist Mariel Zagunis was bounced in the semis of women's fencing), but all in all it was a good day.  U.S. gymnast Danell Leyva made an inspired comeback to take bronze in the men's individual all-around.  Missy Franklin and Allison Schmitt gained additional golds in the women's 4x200 meter relay by upsetting Australia by nearly two seconds.  And Nathan Adrian clinched gold in the men's 100 meter freestyle in a thriller!  He won by .01!  So, what does Thursday have in store for us in London?

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USA Gold Medalist Missy Franklin (Photo by Adam Pretty/Getty Images)
USA Gold Medalist Missy Franklin (Photo by Adam Pretty/Getty Images)
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Chad’s Olympic Preview for Wednesday, August 1st

The United States needed yesterday.  We have been toe-to-toe with China in the overall medal count, but our biggest stars, like Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte, hadn't quite been living up to their billing so far in London, though they rocked it out for gold last night in the mean's 4x200 meter freestyle relay!  It just seemed like Team USA needed a great big jolt.  And they got one last night, as the U.S. Women's Gymnastics Team just put a virtual beat-down on the rest of the world in the team competition.  They won gold by over 5 points, a margin of victory rarely seen in a sport usually decided by tenths of a point instead.  So, what can Team USA look forward to today?

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(Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
(Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
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Women’s Gymnastics Team Event Always Dramatic [Video]

In my Olympic preview for Tuesday, I am going to focus on the Team Event in Women's Gymnastics.  Tuesday night, the U.S. women's team will go for their first gold since the Atlanta games in 1996.  And everyone remembers that night, right?  That's the night Kerri Strug caused the lights to go out in Georgia with a clutch vault she nailed on just one foot!  Take a look . . .

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(MIGUEL MEDINA/AFP/GettyImages)
(MIGUEL MEDINA/AFP/GettyImages)
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Chad’s Olympic Preview: Monday, July 30th!

Ya'll know I am a huge Olympic fan.  In fact, I seriously have an addiction.  I'm a full-fledged junkie.  So, I have decided to give you guys a sneak peak into each day's Olympic highlights.  And, now that I have recovered from the Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw concert in Indy Saturday night (and, yes, I had to miss Ryan Lochte swimming to gold in the Men's 400-meter IM), I am ready to "let the games begin."  Here's what to expect on Monday, July 30th!

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