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SYDNEY 2000 / SUMMER OLYMPIC GAMES | Inside the Olympics

Medal Winners

September 17, 2000

CYCLING

Men, time trial

* Gold--Jason Queally, Britain; Silver--Stefan Nimke, Germany; Bronze--Shane Kelly, Australia

Women

500m time trial

* Gold--Felicia Ballanger, France; Silver--Michelle Ferris, Australia; Bronze--Cuihua Jiang, China

FENCING

Men, individual epee

* Gold--Pavel Kolobkov, Russia; Silver--Hugues Obry, France; Bronze--Lee Sang-Ki, South Korea

JUDO

Men, 60 kg

* Gold--Tadahiro Nomura, Japan; Silver--Bu-Kyung Jung, South Korea; Bronze--Manolo Poulot, Cuba and Aidyn Smagulov, Kyrgyzstan

Women

48 kg

* Gold--Ryoko Tamura, Japan; Silver--Lioubov Brouletova, Russia; Bronze--Anna-Maria Gradante, Germany, and Ann Simons, Belgium

SHOOTING

Men

Trap (125 targets)

* Gold--Michael Diamond, Australia; Silver--Ian Peel, Britain; Bronze--Giovanni Pellielo, Italy.

Women

10-Meter Air Pistol

* Gold--Tao Luna, China; Silver--Jasna Sekaric, Yugoslavia; Bronze--Annemarie Forder, Australia

SWIMMING

Men, 400 Freestyle

* Gold--Ian Thorpe, Australia; Silver--Massimiliano Rosolino, Italy; Bronze--Klete Keller, Phoenix

400 Freestyle Relay

* Gold--Australia (Michael Klim; Chris Fydler; Ashley Callus; Ian Thorpe); Silver--United States (Anthony Ervin; Neil Walker; Jason Lezak; Gary Hall Jr.) Bronze--Brazil (Fernando Scherer; Gustavo Borges; Carlos Jayme; Edvaldo Silva Filho)

Women, 400 Individual Medley

* Gold--Yana Klochkova, Ukraine; Silver--Yasuko Tajima, Japan; Bronze--Beatrice Caslaru, Romania

400 Freestyle

* Gold--United States (Amy van Dyken; Dara Torres; Courtney Shealy; Jenny Thompson); Silver--Netherlands (Manon van Rooijen; Wilma van Rijn; Thamar Henneken; Inge de Bruijn); Bronze--Sweden (Louise Joehncke; Therese Alshammar; Johanna Sjoeberg; Anna-Karin Kammerling)

TRIATHLON

Men

* Gold--Simon Whitfield, Canada; Silver--Stephan Vuckovic, Germany; Bronze--Jan Rehula, Czech Republic

Weightlifting

56 Kg

* Gold--Halil Mutlu, Turkey; Silver--Ivan Ivanov, Bulgaria; Bronze--Wenxiong Wu, China

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