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Suggestion that Hamm Return Gold Angers U.S. Officials

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Suggestion that Hamm Return Gold Angers U.S. Officials

Suggestion that Hamm Return Gold Angers U.S. Officials

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NPR's Howard Berkes reports on U.S. athlete Paul Hamm. Ten days ago, he won the men's gymnastics all-around gold medal due to a judging error. A South Korean gymnast should have won. The International Federation of Gymnastics has asked Hamm to voluntary turn in his gold medal, and U.S. Olympic officials are furious.

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