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BEIJING – Defending Olympic champion Shawn Crawford moved several strides closer to bringing home another gold medal in the men's 200-meter race at the Beijing Olympics on Monday.
Crawford, 30, the reigning 200-meter Olympic champion, came in second in the semi-finals, behind the favored Usain Bolt of Jamaica. Crawford's time was 20.12 seconds, the third-best overall in the semi-finals.
Crawford's U.S. teammates, Walter Dix and Wallace Spearmon, also made the final. Dix's semi-final time was 20.19 seconds, and Spearmon's was 20.14 seconds.
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