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Jan 30, 2013 12:17am
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American Missy Franklin added an Olympic record and a second gold to her medal
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opening leg of the womens 4×200-metre relay, setting up teammates Dana Vollmer ,
Shannon Vreeland and Allison Schmitt to claim gold. Their final time of seven
minutes, 42.92 seconds lowered the Olympic record by 1.39 seconds. “I just tried
to get to the wall as fast as I could,” Franklin said. The medal was her third
of the Games; she won gold in the womens 100m backstroke on Monday and
contributed to Team USAs third-place finish in Saturdays 4×100m freestyle relay.
Franklin is the first female American swimmer to have qualified for seven
Olympic events. Wednesdays gold also marked Vollmer and Schmitts second win of
Londons Games. Australia finished second, while France was third. Canadas young
4×200-metre freestyle relay team fell just short of the podium, finishing fourth
in 7:50.65. Competing with an average age of under-20, the four Olympic rookies
—Barbara Jardin , Samantha Cheverton , Amanda Reason and Brittany MacLean—
swam to Canadas best-ever Olympic finish in the event. “Third place would have
been really great but at the same time we were fourth at the Olympics,” said
Jardin, who swam Canadas opening leg. The team finished seventh-place swim at
the World Championships last year. “We definitely took a step up, there,” Jardin
added. “I think were all really happy with the time.” The Americans and
Australians battled it out for much of the race, trading positions at almost
every turn. “I knew it was going to be close,” said Allison Schmitt, who swam
the anchor leg for the United States. “I was just trying to swim my own race and
save legs on that first 50m… and bring it home strong for the U.S.” She pulled
away at the last, winning gold by almost two seconds. The medal marked the
eighth swimming gold for the United States.   “I knew Allison was going to pull
off something amazing and the rest of us had to be at least even with everyone
else,” Vollmer said. “Knowing that, I fought as hard as I could that last 50m to
either get ahead or at least stay even with the field so every person diving in
would have the best chance they could.” Australias team of Bronte Barratt ,
Melanie Schlanger , Kylie Palmer and Alicia Coutts posted a time of 7:44.41 for
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.  Considering the circumstances, though, the Blue Jays probably expected to
come home at least 6-4 or maybe even 7-3 after winning the first two games of
the journey against the Angels. Limited Terrell Suggs Jersey . Baltimore
scored two runs in the 10th and Johnson atoned for his first blown save of the
season by putting Boston down in order to end a wild 8-6 win for the Orioles
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in the best-of-five series, the Marlies will face B. SEATTLE —The whirlwind of
playing games on two continents and three states to begin the 2012 season had
Brendan Ryan so confused he legitimately didnt know the Seattle Mariners had an
off-day at home coming on Monday. Ryan will get the needed break after
accomplishing a first in his time with Seattle: actually hitting a home run at
home. “I didnt know that. Are you serious?” Ryan asked. “I dont have to show up
tomorrow? Thats a really happy off-day then.” Ryan hit a two-run homer in the
second inning, Justin Smoak added a solo shot in the third and the Mariners beat
the Oakland Athletics 5-3 on Sunday. Snapping streaks was the tone of the
afternoon. Ryan hit his first homer before the home crowd after all three of his
homers last season came on the road. Then Smoak snapped a skid of 11 straight
at-bats without a hit when he lined a solo homer to right field with two outs in
the third off Graham Godfrey (0-2). Blake Beavan threw seven strong innings,
making just one mistake in the fifth when Oaklands Eric Sogard hit a three-run
homer. But Beavan recovered to retire nine of the final 10 batters he faced and
Brandon League pitched the ninth for his fourth save in as many chances. Homers
are expected to come off the bat of Smoak, who was one of the key pieces in the
trade that sent Cliff Lee to Texas during the 2010 season. But Ryan might be the
last person in Seattles lineup expected to go deep. After fouling off three
straight 2-2 pitches, Ryan hit a shot over the hand-operated scoreboard in left
field. Ryan circled the bases so quickly there was barely a chance for the crowd
to acknowledge the home run. Asked if he thought his ball was out when it left
the bat, Ryan emphatically expressed his doubt. “Never here. No, not ever. Not
even from second base. No. No. So, yeah, thats it. Just no,” Ryan said. Even
with the homers, Seattle still needed a clutch double from Ichiro Suzuki in the
fifth inning to snap a 3-all tie, and the Mariners took