What’s it take to become an Olympian? More hard work than you and I can even imagine.
Freestyle Wrestler Jordan Burroughs is hoping his intense training and brutal workouts pay off with an explosive performance in London.
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U.S. Olympic judo teammates Travis Stevens and Kyle Vashkulat talk about their experiences at previous Olympic Games, their expectations for London and the influences that other teammates have on them.
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