FORECAST: More of the same, with a high of 88 degrees, partly
cloudy skies and a 40% chance of rain.

HOT TICKET: Women's basketball quarterfinals, afternoon session
(BK23231). Competition enters the medal round, and the heavily
favored U.S. faces a Japanese team that was 2-3 in round-robin
play. In the second half of the doubleheader, Russia (4-1) meets
Australia (3-2).

DOUBLE DOWN ... After an off day, track resumes in earnest when
Gail Devers, winner of the women's 100 meters, goes for her
second gold, in the 100 hurdles. And 400 winner Michael Johnson
is scheduled for a pair of 200 qualifying runs.

TODAY'S GOLD RUSH

ARCHERY (1)
(2 p.m.) Stone Mountain Archery Center

WOMEN'S INDIVIDUAL
Pick: Natalia Valeeva, Moldova

BADMINTON (2)
(9 a.m.) Georgia State University

MEN'S DOUBLES
Pick: Subagja-Mainaky, Indonesia

WOMEN'S DOUBLES
Pick: Ge-Gu, China

CYCLING (1)
(8:30 a.m.) Buckhead

MEN'S ROAD RACE
Pick: Lance Armstrong, U.S.

DIVING (1)
(10 p.m.) Georgia Tech Aquatic Center

WOMEN'S SPRINGBOARD
Pick: Tan Shuping, China

TABLE TENNIS (1)
(3:30 p.m.) Georgia World Congress Center

WOMEN'S SINGLES
Pick: Deng Yaping, China

TRACK AND FIELD (5)
(6:35 p.m.) Olympic Stadium

WOMEN'S TRIPLE JUMP
Pick: Inessa Kravets, Ukraine

MEN'S DISCUS
Pick: Lars Riedel, Germany

WOMEN'S 400M HURDLES
Pick: Kim Batten, U.S.

MEN'S 800M
Pick: David Kiptoo, Kenya

WOMEN'S 100M HURDLES
Pick: Gail Devers, U.S.

WRESTLING/FREESTYLE (5)
(3:30 p.m.) Georgia World Congress Center

105.5 POUNDS
Pick: Alexis Vila, Cuba

125.5 POUNDS
Pick: Kendall Cross, U.S.

149.5 POUNDS
Pick: Vadim Bogiev, Russia

180.5 POUNDS
Pick: Elmadi Jabrailov, Kazakhstan

220 POUNDS
Pick: Kurt Angle, U.S.

YACHTING (2)
(1 p.m.) Wassaw Sound

LASER
Pick: Robert Scheidt, Brazil

EUROPE
Pick: Kristine Roug, Denmark

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COLOR PHOTO: MIKE POWELL/ALLSPORT [Lance Armstrong on bike]

SPOTLIGHT ON...

LANCE ARMSTRONG

The U.S.'s top cyclist pedals for gold in the 137.7-mile road
race, which winds through the streets of Buckhead. Armstrong,
24, who dropped out of this month's Tour de France with
bronchitis, will also compete in Saturday's individual time
trial, a four-lap race run over the same 8.1-mile course.

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)