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BREAKING NEWS: U.S. Women's Quad Wins Bronze
August 01, 2012
The U.S. women’s quadruple sculls claimed a bronze medal today in the rowing competition this morning at Eton Dorney. The team of Adrienne Martelli (University Place, Wash.), Megan Kalmoe (St. Croix Falls, Wis.), Kara Kohler (Clayton, Calif.) and Natalie Dell (Clearville, Pa.) recorded a time of 6:40.63, finishing 4.70 seconds behind the winning boat from Ukraine.
The only previous medal for the U.S. in this event came in Los Angeles in 1984 when the team won the silver medal.
Results of the Women's Quadruple Sculls Final
1. Ukraine, 6:35.93
2. Germany, 6:38.09
3. United States, 6:40.63
4. Australia, 6:41.67
5. China, 6:44.19
6. Great Britain, 6:51.54
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