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TARGETING GOLD

Feb. 20, 2012
Feb. 20, 2012

Table of Contents
Feb. 20, 2012

LEADING OFF
GOLF PLUS
THE MAIL
Inside: THE WEEK IN SPORTS
PHIL VS. TIGER
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
COUNTDOWN TO MADNESS
PRO BASKETBALL
PRO HOCKEY
WES LEONARD
  • You may have heard about the Michigan high schooler who made a game-winning basket and then died. Here's the rest of the story: a violent car crash, a bone-shaking tackle, a near-perfect season, a reluctant substitute and a search for the will to carry on

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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.

MEN'S INDIVIDUAL ARCHERY

This is an article from the Feb. 20, 2012 issue

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)

MEN'S TRACK/5,000 METERS

Bernard Lagat(1964)

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