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Last Updated: Thursday, 7 August, 2003, 12:55 GMT 13:55 UK
Sydney's stars
Alexei Nemov
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Lord of the Rings: Russian gymnast Alexei Nemov won a bronze for his efforts on the rings plus five other medals
Dara Torres
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Dara Torres reached a tally of five medals, including two golds and three bronze medals to add to the USA's formidable total
Ian Thorpe
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Australia's Ian Thorpe, known as the Thorpedo, became the latest Olympic phenomenon after winning three gold and two silvers
Lenny Krayzelburg
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Lenny Krayzelburg reinforced America's dominance in the pool by winning three gold medals
Inge de Bruijn
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The Netherlands' Inge de Bruijn's performance was more than just OK - her medal haul included three golds and a silver
Leontien Zijlaard
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More medals for the Netherlands - Leontien Zijlaard's took three cycling golds and one silver
Marion Jones
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Marion Jones did not quite get her record five gold medals - just the three plus two bronze medals.
Jason Queally
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Jason Queally was delighted with his cycling gold and silver - the only Briton to gain double honours

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