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|Escobedo eliminated by Huseynov|
Vicente Escobedo became the fourth U.S. fighter to be eliminated from the Olympics on Friday.
|U.S. boxer Ward advances to quarters|
Andre Ward is through to the quarters, but welterweight Vanes Martirosyan was eliminated Thursday.
|U.S. boxing suffers first loss, but Vargas rolls|
Moments after the American boxing team's winning streak ended, Devin Vargas started a new one.
|U.S. 3-0 in prelims wiht Escobedo's win|
Vicente Escobedo's punishing 30-10 victory over Colombia's Jose David Mosquera on Monday kept the United States unbeaten in the preliminary round.
|Martirosyan batters Algerian for second U.S. win|
Vanes Martirosyan erased any doubts about the legitimacy of his spot in Athens, battering Algeria's Benamar Meskine in a 45-20 victory in the preliminaries Sunday.
|U.S. boxer Dirrell scores win in first bout|
Middleweight Andre Dirrell got the U.S. boxing team off to a strong start Saturday, beating China's Ha Dabateer 25-18.
|Dirrell to lead Americans' boxing hopes|
Middleweight Andre Dirrell will meet China's Ha Dabateer in the second match of the Olympic boxing tournament, according to the draw announced Friday.
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|Road to Athens: The boxing brotherhood|
Ron Siler and Rau'Shee Warren bonded in a Cincinnati gym and are now bound for the Athens Olympics.
|Living the American dream|
Boxer Vanes Martirosyan, an Armenian immigrant, is eager to pay back the United States by winning Olympic gold.
|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.
|Inexperienced Americans look to challenge Cubans, Russians|
United States to rely on a pair of Andre's
|Boxer anixous for Athens and the future|
Super-heavyweight is favorite for gold medal
|MaxBoxing: Olympic dreams|
The U.S. Olympic boxing team is ready for Athens, but who will we be watching five years from now?
|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.
|Afghani athletes first since '96 at Olympic Games|
Five young athletes from Afghanistan have set out on an adventure -- to the 2004 Summer Games in Athens.