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English: From the DoD site: Left side, front view of International Olympic Committee President Juan Antonio Samaranch (Middle). He was visiting the Sydney International Shooting Centre on September 23rd, 2000, where US Army Sergeant First Class James Graves (Not shown) won the Olympic Bronze Medal in the Skeet Competition during the 2000 games.
Date 23 September 2000
Author Tech. Sgt. Rick Sforza, U.S. Air Force.
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