Philly Olympians Show Off Their Medals

Athletes from the Philadelphia region show off their Olympic hardware after they won medals in London.

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Jordan Burroughs lived up to the hype when he took home gold in the Men's Freestyle 74 kg Wrestling on Day 14 of the London Games.
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The London Games wrapped up with the U.S. Men's Basketball team taking home their second-straight gold medal.
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Lower Merion's Kobe Bryant took home his second gold as a member of the team.
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Andre Iguodala, who started the Olympics as a member of the Sixers but was traded during the Games, was a first-time medalist.
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A day earlier the U.S. Women's Basketball Team took home gold of their own for the fifth-straight Olympics.
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It was a third gold for Tamika Catchings who was born in Stratford, N.J.
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Jordan Burroughs lived up to the hype when he took home gold in the Men's Freestyle 74 kg Wrestling on Day 14 of the London Games.
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In the gold medal match Burroughs defeated silver medalist Sadegh Saeed Goudarzi of Iran. And Burroughs beat bronze medalist Denis Tsargush of Russia (right) in the semis. Soslan Tigiev of Uzbekistan took home the other bronze.
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Burroughs, who uses the Twitter handle @alliseeisgold now has an Olympic gold to add to the trophy case.
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On Day 13 the United States Women's Soccer Team -- with four local women on the squad -- took home the gold medal after defeating Japan by a score of 2-1.
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Delran's Carli Lloyd (left) scored both goals in the deciding game. And N.J.'s Christie Rampone (center) and Philly's Heather Mitts (right) also took home gold.
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It was Lloyd's second-straight Olympic gold.
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The gold is jump-for-joy worthy.
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Browns Mills, N.J.-native Matt Emmons took home bronze in Men's 50m Rifle 3 Positions Shooting on Day 10 of the London 2012 Olympic Games.
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South Korea's Jonghyun Kim won silver in the event while Italy's Niccolo Campriani took home gold.
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Wayne's Lisa Raymond teamed up with Mike Bryan to earn bronze in Mixed Doubles Tennis on Day 9 of the London Games.
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Raymond, an 11-time Grand Slam Doubles champion, entered the Games saying a medal was the only thing missing from her trophy case. She finished fourth in Women's Doubles but took home the bronze in Mixed Doubles.
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Victoria Azarenka and Max Mirnyi of Belarus took home the gold while Laura Robson and Andy Murray of Great Britain (left) took home silver in the event.
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Havertown's Brendan Hansen (left) won his second medal of the Games on Day 8. Hansen, Matthew Grevers, Michael Phelps and Nathan Adrian won the Men's 4x100m Medley Relay.
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It was a sixth medal (third gold) for Hansen, a native Havertown, Pa.
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What other local Olympians are thankful?
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Sarah Hammer along with Villanova grad Dotsie Bausch and Berks County's Lauren Tamayo took home silver in the Women's Team Pursuit Track Cycling on Day 8.
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Tamayo, Bausch, and Hammer are joined by fellow medalist Jennie Reed.
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The United States lost to gold medalists Great Britain in the final while Canada pedaled to bronze.
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Roxborough's Glenn Ochal (right) and the rest of his Men's 4 rowing team won bronze on Day 8 of the Games.
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Ochal and the boys pose with gold-medalists Great Britain and silver-medalists Australia.
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also on Day 8 of the Games, Lebanon, Pa.'s Jamie (Beyerle) Gray took home gold in shooting.
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Gray easily held off challenges from silver medalist Ivana Maksimovic of Serbia and bronze medalist Adela Sykorova of the Czech Republic.
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N.J.-native Rebecca Soni set a new world record time of 2:19.59 in the Women's 200m Breaststroke Final earning her first gold of the Games.
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Soni easily beat silver medallist Satomi Suzuki of Japan and bronze medallist Iuliia Efimova of Russia.
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The U.S. Women's Eight featuring Abington, Pa.'s Susan Francia (second from left) and New Jersey transplant Caroline Lind (second from right) earned their second-straight Olympic gold medal as they cruised to victory on the water in Day 6 of the Olympics.
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It was a second gold for Francia (second from left).
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It was a second rowing gold as well for New Jersey-transplant Caroline Lind.
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Hansen won bronze in the Men's 100m Breaststroke during the second day of Olympic competition.
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Hansen is joined by silver medallist Christian Sprenger of Australia and gold medallist Cameron van der Burgh of South Africa.
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Freehold, N.J.'s Soni took home silver in the Women's 100m Breaststroke on Day 3 of the London Olympics.
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Soni won silver while Ruta Meilutyte of Lithuania won gold and Satomi Suzuki of Japan won bronze.
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The U.S. Women's Quad Scull bronze medal team of (L to R) Clearville, Pa.'s Natalie Dell, Kara Kohler, Megan Kalmoe and Adrienne Martelli. they won their medal on Day 5 of the Olympics.
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Dell and company finished third to gold medal-winning Ukraine team (bottom) and silver medal-winning Germany.
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Third place is still victory lap worthy.
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