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|Shoot-offs and records abound Sunday|
Olena Kostevych needed an extra shot to win her gold medal. Russia's Alexei Alipov ended the suspense early in his victory.
|Three Olympic records set in air rifle, air pistol|
Two Russian shooters set Olympic records during qualification in air rifle and air pistol events Saturday.
|Li Du of China wins Games' first gold|
Li Du of China won the Summer Games' first gold medal Saturday, setting an Olympic record in the women's 10-meter air rifle.
|Road to Athens: Shooting|
At 52, Elizabeth Callahan is the oldest Olympian on the American roster. A former police captain, she competes in shooting.
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|Athens Insider: No kidding |
Brian Church, our Athens Insider, offers a little slice of what life's like in the host city. And he swears all of it is true.
|Ratto: Greece is for ...|
With the Games barely weeks away, the Greek Olympic Committee must market this puppy as never before.
|Straight shooter: Emmons qualifies in third event|
Matt Emmons became the first American to qualify for one Olympics in three shooting events, when he won the three-position competition at the U.S. trials on Monday.
|Holland, Saathoff qualify at U.S. shooting trials|
Koby Holland and Adam Saathoff qualified for the Athens Olympics in running target after taking the top two spots at the U.S. shooting trials Sunday.
|Four qualify for Athens in U.S. shooting trials|
Matt Emmons qualified for the Athens Olympics in a second event Thursday when he finished first in prone rifle at the U.S. shooting trials.
|Four earn berths on Olympic shooting team|
Jason Parker earned a spot on his second straight Olympic team, and Matt Emmons, Sarah Blakeslee and Morgan Hicks each qualified for their first at the U.S. shooting trials on Sunday.
|Redefining Athens identity|
In 1896, Athens had just about 100,000 people. Today, greater Athens is a concrete carpet of more than 4 million people.
|The uneasy guarantee|
Officials promise there will be safe Games in Athens this summer.
|Swifter. Higher. Scarier.|
The threat of terrorism has some athletes concerned for their safety, while others still look forward to competing in Athens.