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Oh gives South Korea another gold

Oh Jin-hyek of South Korea won the gold medal in men's individual archery on Friday, topping Takaharu Furukawa of Japan in a one-sided final. Oh won the gold matchup, 7-1. Dai Xiaoxiang of China won the bronze medal, beating Rick van der Ven of the Netherlands 10-8 in a shoot-off tiebreaker. No. 1 Brady Ellison of the United States was ousted earlier this week in the early...
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August 03, 2012  |  Discuss

Avitia beats Lorig for bronze

Mexico's Mariana Avitia won the bronze medal Thursday in the women's individual archery at the Olympics, denying American Khatuna Lorig a second medal 20 years after her first. Avitia won six sets to two in the third-place match at Lord's cricket ground. Both women lost their semifinal matches earlier in the day. The No. 2-ranked Ki Bo-bae of South Korea and another...
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August 02, 2012  |  Discuss
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