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Old Aug 17th, 2008, 10:25 AM   #516
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Gold medal winner Elena Dementieva of Russia is flanked by silver medalist Dinara Safina , left, and bronze medalist Vera Zvonareva at the Beijing 2008 Olympics in Beijing, Sunday, Aug. 17, 2008.


Gold medal winner Elena Dementieva (C) of Russia, Dinara Safina (L) and Bronze medalist Vera Zvonareva (R) also from Russia, display their medals on the podium after competing in the women's singles tennis competition at the Olympic Green Tennis Centre in Beijing on August 17, 2008. It was the first one-two-three in any tennis event since 1908, when Great Britain also collected all three women's singles medals


Gold medal winner Elena Dementieva (C) of Russia, Dinara Safina (L) and Bronze medalist Vera Zvonareva (R) also from Russia display their medals and the Russian flag after competing in the women's singles tennis competition at the Olympic Green Tennis Centre in Beijing on August 17, 2008. It was the first one-two-three in any tennis event since 1908, when Great Britain also collected all three women's singles medals


Elena Dementieva from Russia celebrates after winning the Olympic gold in the women's singles tennis match against Dinara Safina from Russia at the Olympic Green Tennis Centre in Beijing on August 17, 2008. Elena Dementieva beat fellow Russian Dinara Safina 3-6, 7-5, 6-3 to win the Olympic Games women's singles gold medal on Sunday.
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