Jordyn Wieber of the U.S. vaults during the first rotation of Olympic team finals today. All three gymnasts -- Wieber, Gabby Douglas and McKayla Maroney -- nailed their vaults to help Team USA clinch the gold.
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The U.S. team began its quest for gold all-around with a series of vaults. Going into the final rotation, Team USA lead Russia by 1.3 points. After some errors by the Russian team during floor exercise, the U.S. women won the gold medal in team finals.
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The Fab Five clinched a team all-around gold medal for the U.S. for the first time since 1996.
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The strain of their task came through loud and clear on the faces of the competitors in the women's 63-kilogram weightlifting event. Maiya Maneza of Kazakhstan (top row, second from right) took the gold with an Olympic record total of 245 kilograms.
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Paddling in his fifth Olympics, Michal Martikan of Slovakia pulled in a bronze in the men's canoe single to add to his golds from Atlanta and Beijing and silvers from Sydney and Athens.
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A canoeist fights against the rapids during the men's canoe slalom single semifinal and final.
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Miles Chamley-Watson of the U.S. was seeing stars (and stripes) during a loss in his round-of-32 individual foil match against Egypt's Alaaeldin Abouelkassem.
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American fencer Alexander Massialas lunges at his opponent, Etienne Lalonde Turbide of Canada, during Round 32 of the Individual Foil.
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The women's 63kg Weightlifting competition took place on Tuesday, with Maiya Maneza of Kazakhstan claiming gold for her division.
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Riding (fittingly) High Kingdom, Zara Phillips, granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II, completed her showjumping round on the way to a silver medal for Great Britain in team eventing.
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Novak Djokovic returns the ball to Andy Roddick during the second round of their match during the London Olympic Games at Wimbledon. Djokovic won easily, 6-2, 6-1.
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Sebastian Sole of Argentina spikes during a match against Italy, ending in Argentina's 3-1 loss to Italy.
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Louise Bawden of Australia returns the ball to the Netherlands during a preliminary match on Day 4 of the London Olympics.
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Great Britain's Andy Murray backhands to return the ball to opponent Jarkko Nieminen of Finland during Murray's 6-2, 6-4 victory in the second round.
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Belgium's Gaelle Valcke dives for the ball as opponent Baorong Fu of China slips by her during their women's field hockey match that ended in a 0-0 tie.
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Venus Williams dives for a shot against Canada's Aleksandra Wozniak during the second round at Wimbledon. Williams won in straight sets.
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