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DISappointing U.S. Olympic Photo Shoot

Brendan Hansen of the US Swimming Olympic team

Shot putter Jillian Camarena-Williams of the US Track and Field Olympic team

Lashinda Demus of the US Track and Field Olympic team

Olympic Team Media Summit in Dallas. Over 100 athletes came through the photo area over a three day period.

Like speed dating, each photographer is given 4 minutes or less.

Trampoline gymnast Dakota Earnest

Fencer Alexander Massialas


Siblings Diana Lopez and Steven Lopez of the US Taekwondo Olympic team

Nastia Liukin of the US Olympic Gymnastics team

Sarah Robles of the US Olympic Weightlifting

Kayla Harrison of the US Judo Olympic team

Tony Gunawan of the US Badminton Olympic team

Cassidy Krug of the US Diving Olympic team

Gaby Douglas of the US Olympic Gymnastics team

Lindsey Berg of the US Olympic Volleyball team

Debbie Capozzi of the US Women’s Olympic Sailing team

Michael Phelps of the US Olympic Swimming team

Rebecca Bross of the US Olympic Gymnastics team

Jonathan Horton of the US Olympic Gymnastics team

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