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Uchimura 'Fed Up' With Team Silver
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Though he is the heavy favorite for the all-around title at this summer's Olympic Games in London, Kohei Uchimura says his main goal is to lead Japan to first place in the team competition. Japan was second to China at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, and only narrowly lost the team title at the past two world championships. "I'm fed up with being second in the team event and that's what we have to overcome," said Uchimura, the only man to win three world all-around titles. "The team is a special event and winning it is in many ways more rewarding that the individual event." Click here to read more.

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