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London Olympics 2012 - Wednesday Preview, Medal Count

Michael Phelps' huge day on Tuesday made him the most decorated Olympic athlete of all time, but there is still plenty of Olympic swimming to go to help him add to his already well adorned medal cabinet. Lots of swimming highlights the end of the day on August 1, with plenty of other event finals as well as a host of soccer matches to keep the day full.

The United States has pulled back into the overall medal count lead with 25. China is still their biggest competitor for the most medals, holding 23 including the most Golds.


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Here's a list of all the events that will find gold medalists on Wednesday:

  • Men's K-1 (kayak)
  • Women's individual time trial (cycling)
  • Men's individual time trial (cycling)
  • Men's synchronized 3-meter springboard (diving)
  • Men's individual epee (fencing)
  • Women's individual sabre (fencing)
  • Men's individual all-around (gymnastics)
  • Women's 70 kg (judo)
  • Men's 90 kg (judo)
  • Women's pair (rowing)
  • Women's quadruple sculls (rowing)
  • Men's eight (rowing)
  • Women's 25-meter pistol (shooting)
  • Men's 200-meter breaststroke (swimming)
  • Women's 200-meter butterfly (swimming)
  • Men's 100-meter freestyle (swimming)
  • Women's 4x200-meter freestyle relay (swimming)
  • Women's 69 kg/152 lbs (weightlifting)
  • Men's 77 kg/170 lbs (weightlifting)
  • As usual, streaming is available on NBC's website if you have the proper credentials and the games are being shown on tape delay as well across the NBC network of channels.

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