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Some, like Phelps, come out on top

Posted: August 14, 2012 at 3:38 a.m.

Former Arkansas Razorback sprinter Veronica Campbell-Brown (right) won a silver medal as part of Jamaica’s 400 relay team and a bronze medal in the 100 meters during the Olympic games in London. Campbell-Brown was the only athlete with Arkansas ties to take home more than one medal.

Former Arkansas Razorback sprinter Veronica Campbell-Brown (right) won a silver medal as part of Jamaica’s 400 relay team and a bronze medal in the 100 meters during the Olympic games in London. Campbell-Brown was the only athlete with Arkansas ties to take home more than one medal.

After 17 days glued to the television, the post-Olympics hangover surely has set in. No more track and field on prime time. No more swimming.

Athletes leave Olympics

Athletes were bidding London farewell Monday after the 2012 Olympics wrapped up, most with happy memories. But a doping decision stripped a gold medal from a Belarus shot putter. (By The Associated Press)
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