Alex Morgan (13) celebrates with teammates Sydney Leroux (11) and Abby Wambach (left) after she scored in extra time to push the U.S. past Canada and into the gold medal match.
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Lolo Jones debuted Monday morning during the 100-meter hurdles qualifying. After a disappointing ninth place finish in 2008, Jones will be the center of attention for the finals.
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Jennifer Suhr of the U.S. wins gold at the women's pole vault.
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Behind in his opening match against Bulgaria's Ivo Angelov, U.S. Greco-Roman wrestler Ellis Coleman tried his signature Flying Squirrel move -- to no avail. Angelov went on to win 3--1.
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Jeff Powers and the U.S. applied pressure to Hungary in their preliminary round water polo match but lost, 11--6. The Americans will face Croatia in a quarterfinal.
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All-around gold medalist Gabby Douglas stalled on a hand stand and finished last in the uneven bars competition on Monday.
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Tyson Chandler gets the job done for the U.S. against Argentina's Andres Nocioni (13) and Carlos Delfino.
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The women's 1,500 meter race kicked off with three preliminary races to determine the semifinalists.
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Hasan Aliyev of Azerbaijan and Revaz Lashkhi of Georgia wrestle during the Greco-Roman 60kg semifinal. The match ended 3-1 in Lashkhi's favor; he advanced to the gold medal match with the victory.
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Lolo Jones took an easy first in her heat to qualify for Tuesday's semifinals.
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Gold-medal hopefuls competed Monday in qualifying heats for the 100-meter hurdles semifinals.
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Richard Lambourne of the U.S. passes during the team's match against Tunasia on Monday.
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The Australian volleyball team rose to the ovation after rising to the occasion and beating favorite Poland 3--1 in preliminary play. The Volleyroos nevertheless failed to advance to the final eight.
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Ruslan Nurudinov of Uzbekistan offered a Jordanesque celebration on his way to finishing fourth in the 105-kg (231-pound) weightlifting class.
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Olympians compete in the women's 100 meter hurdles preliminary race.
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The U.S.'s Kellie Wells was in finals form as she cruised to victory in 12.69 seconds in her 100-meter hurdles heat and advanced to Tuesday's semis. Wells, Dawn Harper and Lolo Jones were the three American hurdlers to qualify for the semifinals.
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A Greco-Roman wrestler celebrates after his victory.
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Martina Strutz of Germany reacts after clearing the bar in the Pole Vault final.
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