Davenport hopes to drape Olympic gold around her neck once again

Since her return, Lindsay Davenport has a singular goal: to return to the Olympics, draped in red, white and blue, and return home with new hardware. And no one understands the road necessary more than the 1996 gold medalist.

Originally Published: February 6, 2008
By Sandra Harwitt | Special to ESPN.com

When Lindsay Davenport determined that her plan to give up tennis for full-time motherhood was a bit premature shortly after giving birth to her son, Jagger, last June, her mind was already steadfastly focused on one major goal.

"One of the goals is trying to win a medal at the Olympics," said Davenport, leaning down to kiss the top of 7-month-old Jagger's head as he nestled into her lap. "And my motto is any color, any event."

It seems Davenport, 31, has been around ...

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