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Wrestling
From left: Randi Miller, Henry Cejudo

The American dream came alive for the U.S. wrestlers in Beijing. Twenty-one-year-old Henry Cejudo was ranked 31st in the world going into the Olympic Games. One of six children born to Mexican immigrants, he made a meteoric rise to gold and became the youngest men's wrestling champion in U.S. history! Randi Miller brought home the only medal for the U.S. women, rounding out an unforgettable performance for Team USA™.

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